After meeting my biological mother, I dedicated myself full time to bringing my message to conferences around the world. Whether as a keynote speaker or a workshop leader, I help break through the boundaries that are limiting teams and get them ready to shape the future. Let me help you move from the world of yesterday's regrets to the world of tomorrow's victories.
We are only limited by the things that we allow to limit us. The keys to success and productivity are already in our pocket. You just need someone to show you the lock and encourage you to open the door.
Advocacy can bring change, understanding, discussion, and new perspectives. It is important to recognize, especially within the pro-life movement, that all lives have value. In cases like my own, it is not just about changing hearts and minds outside of the pro-life movement, but also within. It is estimated that nearly 60 percent of individuals who say they are pro-life will make an exception for someone who conceives from rape or incest. In reality, this is simply misplaced compassion. Children such as myself still have immense value. It is about helping both mother and child, not one over the other.
The March for Life in Washington DC is a great opportunity to learn and participate in the largest pro life gathering in our country. Many cities across the country also offer a march to participate in. There are many other activities to get involved in throughout the pro life movement as well.
Monica Kelsey has the heart and passion to connect with audiences in any venue to convey the immeasurable value of every human life. Conceived in rape, Monica’s biological mother not only made the courageous decision to give her life but also instilled in Monica the compassion and courage to tell their story. Monica is a spark plug not only talking about the life issue but also investing many hours as a volunteer on the front lines to save unborn boys and girls in danger of losing their lives to abortion.
—Cathie Humbarger, Director of Allen County Right to Life
It was a pleasure to have Monica Kelsey from Safe Haven Baby Boxes, Inc. as our keynote speaker at the 39th March for Life in Little Rock on Sunday, January 22nd. Her personal story of the rape of her biological mother that resulted in Monica's conception to the rejection of abortion but ultimate abandonment of Monica just after her birth has led Monica to be a powerful voice for the Safe Haven Laws that protects the lives of both mother and child. She is a staunch advocate for children conceived in rape that are often given the "death penalty" of abortion for the crime of their father. Monica has devoted her life to defend and protect newborns who are abandoned so that they may survive and thrive by adoption into a loving home with adoptive parents. She is a living witness for the dignity of life as she shares her courageous story with the world. Monica Kelsey is a life-saver!
—Rose Mimms, Executive Director of Arkansas Right to Life
We don't always know the plans that Christ has for us, and sometimes the heartache is too much to bear. But when you take a tragic event, and turn it into a teachable moment, Christ will give you the path.
This is the tragic story of Monica's son and his best friend Casey.
What began as a typical evening around a bonfire at a small-town graduation party, ended in unthinkable tragedy and a crime scene.
“Never Leave a Brother Behind” follows two best friends who decide to push the limits after drinking a few beers and ends with one pinned under a vehicle while the other, all alone, desperately attempts to save his best friend's life.
This documentary will take you through the worst night of one young man’s life, a mother’s worst fear and the consequences of a decision that will follow everyone involved for the rest of their lives.