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RIGHT TO LIFE

DAVIESS COUNTY, INDIANA

 

2014 Daviess County Right To Life Banquet

Answers In Genesis's Steve Ham Addresses Large Crowd

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Shown above is Steve Ham who is the Senior Director of Worldwide Outreach for Answers In Genesis, a Creationist ministry well known for its Creation Museum near Cincinnati. Mr. Ham addressed a record breaking crowd of close to 700 attendees at this year’s Right To Life Banquet. A native of Australia, Mr. Ham moved his family to the United States in 2009. Using PowerPoint/video presentation, Mr. Ham showed that the earth’s origin comes from a Creator God not a mindless big bang. It was his position that since mankind was created by God in God's image, than all human life is sacred from the moment of conception to the moment of death. He went on to say that the evolutionist sees man as nothing more than a collection of random molecules, therefore the evolutionist view of human life is subjective depending on such factors as a person' ability, development, race, contribution to society and age. In contrast, the view that all men are in God's image results in the objective conclusion that all men are of equal value. Therefore the life of a developing baby in the womb is just as valuable as the adult who contributes to society. Likewise, the disabled and impaired are no less important than the able and unimpaired. (Picture by Tyler Lengacher)

Marvin Arvin Presented with Donna Gentry Pro-Life Award

Pictured above is Marvin Arvin (left) former President of Martin County Right To Life as he is presented the 2014 Donna Gentry Pro-Life Award by Daviess County Right To Life President Louis Kavanaugh Jr.. The presentation was made at the Annual Daviess-Martin-Pike County Right To Life Banquet held this past Thursday night at the Simon J. Graber Building. Arvin has served as President of Martin County Right To Life for much of the last 30 years and has also served in various capacities for the Organization. Marvin and his Wife Virginia live in rural Loogootee. It was announced that State Senator John Waterman was the other recipient of the Pro-Life Award but was not able to attend the Banquet. The Banquet was attended by 600-700 people and was one of the Largest Crowds ever for the county groups. (Picture by Tyler Lengacher)

Jerry & Patti Schnarr Family Honored as the Adoptive Family

2010 Pro Life
2010 Pro Life

Pictured above is the Schnarr Family of Shoals after they were Honored by the at the Annual Right To Life Banquet this past Thursday night. Showed here is (Right to Left) President of Daviess County Right To Life Louis Kavanaugh Jr. who made the presentation, to his left is Jerry Schnarr, His wife Patti, adopted Children Anthony (front) John (back) and Joanna. Patti and Jerry Schnarr both spoke of the adoption of their children and it was Patti who said that "Adoption is not just for cute, little babies, It doesn't matter how old you are. You still need a family." The Schnarr's not only adopted two young children but also adopted their oldest son John who was 25 years old at the time of his adoption. The Schnarr's said it was tough to start with but they have all come together and now they are a family. It was truly a heart warming story and the complete story written by the Schnarr's is published in the 2014 Right To Life Banquet Book. (Picture by Liz Kavanaugh)

Another Well Attended Banquet

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