Social Justice Begins in the Womb

Social Justice Begins in the WombIt’s only three days until Christmas. Do you have all your shopping done? If not, here’s a great gift idea: Bryan Kemper’s new book, Social Justice Begins in the Womb. It will be available in print next month, but pre-orders are being taken now. I’ve known Bryan for a few years now, and he’s a great guy. His 18+ years working in and helping found the modern youth pro-life movement give him some great perspectives and insights that he shares in this book. So far, it’s gotten rave reviews:

Ryan Dobson, Son of Dr. James Dobson from Focus on the Family

“For Bryan Kemper social justice isn’t a new way to raise money, it’s not a fad or a trend it’s in his DNA. This is a way of life. You’re not going to want to put this book down and if you let it, it will become a part of your DNA too. It has for me.”

Jeff Gilbert from the band Kutless

“I encourage anyone in the belief of pro-choice to read this book. You won’t find a more loving and intellectual debate on the courage it takes to choose an alternative to abortion. Absolutely impacting from life changing into life renewing.”

Fr. Frank Pavone, National Director, Priests for Life

Social Justice Begins in the Womb by Bryan Kemper provides the reader with an overview of the pro-life position and with effective responses to pro-abortion assertions. I am grateful to my friend Bryan for his pro-life leadership and for this contribution to a key theme: that social justice cannot be divorced from the right to life.”

Bobby Schindler, Brother of Terri Schaivo

“I first meet Bryan when he came to Florida during my sister, Terri Schiavo’s, two-week dehydration death in March of 2005. Bryan freely provided my family with much needed help during that horrible time. Since then, Bryan and I have stayed in touch and have become good friends. The account of Bryan’s struggle and subsequent journey to Christ is one that we should all know. Through Bryan’s personal story, you will not only realize how important it is to never lose hope in the grace of God, but more importantly how Bryan has turned a potentially tragic situation into a ministry that is now using that grace to protect the value and dignity of our most vulnerable. Bryan is a devoted father, a friend, and a witness to how God’s unconditional love for all of us is never-ending.”

Pre-order it today!

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