How does someone go from the youngest mayor of Detroit, to a prisoner in a cell, to a pastor starting his own ministry? Kwame Kilpatrick has done just that, and he sat down with Craig DeRoche, CEO of Family Policy Alliance, to share his inspiring testimony.
The two also discussed Proposal 3 in Michigan, a much-watched ballot initiative that, if passed, would protect a “right” to abortion and sterilization – likely including for minors. If it becomes law, the proposal even has the potential to override age of consent laws and parental rights protections.
Craig DeRoche and Kwame Kilpatrick unpack it all in today’s LIVESTREAM:
From Politician, to Prisoner, to Pastor:
A Conversation with Kwame Kilpatrick
Thursday, October 27, 2022
10:00am PT / 11:00am MT / 12:00pm CT / 1:00pm ET
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After serving in the Michigan House of Representatives, Kwame Kilpatrick became the youngest mayor of Detroit from 2002 to 2008. His time in office ended after he was convicted of 24 federal felony counts, landing him a 28-year sentence in federal prison. In January 2021, President Donald Trump commuted his sentence. Kilpatrick came to know Christ on his journey, and his faith brought him up and out of his lowest days. Today, Kilpatrick is a pastor and leads Movemental Ministries.
Kilpatrick’s story is a reminder that the Holy Spirit can transform even those who feel beyond hope. I am personally excited to share his story, and I hope to see you in the audience!
See you soon,
Communications Specialist – Producer
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