For the last two years, Zachary Reynolds has been the leader of the TAC contingent at the Walk for Life West Coast.
Zack (second from right in the image below) is a very impressive young man. He was interviewed by Molly Smith on From the Median Radio this week.
You can listen here. Here’s an excerpt:
“We go up there with an attitude of service, that we are there in order to help the directors of the Walk for Life and that we are there to serve in whatever capacity. For some students, that means that after the Walk is over, they spend hours standing on a sidewalk directing traffic in order to help people go across the busy streets of San Francisco. That’s not something that is easy to do. It’s not something that’s convenient for them. But it’s something that they choose to do because they have a conviction that breeds action.”
The students’ conviction to the pro-life cause, Mr. Reynolds explained, is due in no small part to the ability they develop in the College’s classrooms to analyze an issue critically. ‘We hold this position because we have thought about it, because we have looked at it, because we have considered it. And once we have done that, we should be able to look at it and say, ‘I believe this, or I am convicted in this way, in such a manner that I am willing to act out on it … because it is right, and it is true, and therefore worthy of our effort.’”