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Wednesday, Jan 22 2014 06:00 AM

Speaker announced for Family Life Pregnancy Center's annual banquet

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Keith Ferrin

As churches and the Pro-Life community around the world celebrated Sanctity of Human Life on Sunday, Jan. 19, we were reminded how precious and fragile life is. We are reminded of the powerful impact one decision can make for generations and how hope for better days to come, can move our hearts to serve those in unplanned pregnancies who are scared, and in need of hope for the future.

Family Life Pregnancy Centers board, staff, and volunteers strive to fight this battle with mercy, love, and a helping hand every time our doors are open. One event that helps keep the center's doors open is our annual fundraising banquet.

This year as we celebrate our 25th Anniversary it is with great excitement that Family Life Pregnancy center announces its 25th Anniversary Fundraising Banquet and speaker. On March 13 the center will bring together 250 friends as we share our accomplishments for the past year and our visions for the future. We will feature guest speaker Keith Ferrin.

Keith is a gifted presenter of God's truth in a unique style. Keith founded That You May Know Ministries, preforming dramatic presentations of Scripture in 1996. Keith graduated from Pacific Lutheran University with a degree in psychology. He also holds a Masters of Education in guidance and counseling. Keith has worked in elementary schools as a counselor, and has also been a Youth and Worship Pastor prior to founding That You May Know Ministries. Keith's practical, thought provoking and humorous style of speaking makes the word come alive for various ages and backgrounds.

As we look forward to the 2014 Banquet and the blessings it will bestow upon the Center, we thank this wonderful community for 25 years of support through prayers, donations, and gifts of talents to this much needed ministry.

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