Andrew Glenn lives in Germantown, MD with his wife and three children. He is passionate about protecting the lives of the unborn. Andrew has volunteered at the Rockville Pregnancy Clinic for several years and has recently become involved with the 40 Days for Life campaign. After late-term abortionist Leroy Carhart moved to Germantown, Andrew became the Campaign Director of the Germantown 40 Days for Life and the Regional Director for the MD Coalition for Life. The Germantown 40 Days for Life has been instrumental in uniting the local churches to take action and publicly pray for an end to abortion. Along with his pro-life work, Andrew works for a local biotech company developing cutting edge treatments and vaccines for unmet medical needs.
Dennis Donnelly – Media Director
Dennis is a Television Producer/Director/Editor/Videographer with over 600 television programs that have been broadcast locally on Anne Arundel Community Television, and across the country! Living Hope For Life With Michael Martelli is an outreach ministry of Living Hope Church and the Maryland Coalition for Life that uses television to inform the public of the current issues and progress of the Pro-Life Movement and Pro-Life Organizations around the State of Maryland and America. This interview/talk show showcases guests that are instrumental in furthering the Pro-life movement across the state, and the country. The show is not only informative and educational, but an all important resource for pre- and post-abortive women.
Dennis, a father of five and grandfather of nine, says he became involved with this project because the purpose and goal of the show is to reach those women and families and direct them to the many resources and agencies that are available to assist them in a loving, forgiving, non-threatening and non-accusatory manner in their most vulnerable time of need – “to GOD be the glory”!
Ginnie Robertson has been active in the Pro-Life Movement since 1980, protesting at abortion mills, working with St Gabriel’s Project, then lobbying against stem cell research. She works for an Environmental Management company that disposes of hazardous chemical and medical waste in an ethical manner. She is a technical specialist. Ginnie recently moved into St. Mary’s of the Mills in Laurel.