Bryan Kemper

Bryan Kemper speaking at the 2011 Bringing America Back to Life Symposium on: “Social Justice Begins in the Womb: Reaching the Next Generation.” This session is especially for students who would like to learn how to impact their environment with the pro-life message.  As the founder and president of Stand True Ministries and Rock for Life Bryan brings a unique perspective to the symposium. Stand True Ministries is a Christ-centered pro-life group determined to awaken the youth of this country and share the message of life and the Gospel of Christ.

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In 1987, Bryan started his work in the Christian music industry. He was determined to be a rock star, to stand on a stage and share his testimony between songs, but God had other plans. In 1993, Bryan combined his passion for music and pro-life into one organization, Rock For Life.

A passionate and compelling orator, he has spoken at high schools and colleges across the country, including Harvard, Princeton, Rutgers, Notre Dame, Ball State and many more. He has also spoken to audiences as far away as Ireland and Austria and was in New Zealand in January of this year.

In the past, he was a regular guest on the television show Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher and cohosted his own call-in cable show in Portland, Oregon. Bryan has been featured on MTV, radio shows, newspapers, and magazines including the cover of the New York Times and a six-page layout in Swing Generation. He has also been featured in three documentary movies.

Aside from his speaking, Bryan also writes. His articles have appeared in many magazines and pro-life publications.

Kemper’s efforts to engage the youth and encouraging this generation to get involved, caused him to start another ministry – Stand True Ministries. Stand True is an organization that believes the only way to stop abortion is to call out to Jesus and share His love with the nation. It is an organization that asks of young people, “Will you stand?”

Bryan has certainly chosen to Stand, and we can only hope and pray that others will too.