I’m Rev. Kenn Blanchard – Host, Friend and Brother
If I Died Tonight? Think About it!
The truth we all know …we are all going to die.
When? We can’t control. What if we died tonight?
“If I Died Tonight” is the new podcast by me, Rev. Kenn Blanchard
Its message is for everyone who thinks there is no hope…young, old, male and female. Think about it. We are all going to die. So, what have we done in life? Does it give us peace? Does it leave us troubled?
After a life in the military, in law enforcement, in the intelligence community, in the travails of civilian life, I saw early what the heroes in my life learned. It’s what we do here that counts. I’ve helped some. But, I want to help just one more. That’s why I want to reach you with my podcast, “If I Died Tonight.”
You can be clergy, a surgeon, just entering the dating scene, a young mother or a street running thug. Thoughts of what happens if you die tonight aren’t left to 60, 70, or 80-year-olds. They run through and frighten all our thoughts and minds.
I’m here for you. I pray I can help. Listen. Maybe just maybe, we can walk together to peace.
If you don’t consider yourself a fit within traditional religious or psychological shelters, welcome to my world. I don’t fit either. Yes, I’m a minister. But, I own firearms, I listen to and play modern music. I’m an independent thinker.
Too many of us are seeking help…To many feel alone and don’t believe help is available. That despair leaves one in five to think suicide is the answer. It isn’t.
There isn’t any situation God doesn’t know. He’s given us the strength to overcome each. I know this from the Talmud, the Torah, the Bible and Motown’s lyrics.
In April, I’m starting my new Podcast “IF I DIED TONIGHT.” Please listen. You just may be that one person I’m seeking to help.
Rev. Kenneth “Kenn” Blanchard, Sr. – Voice Actor, Storyteller, Christian pastor, podcaster. He is a former US Marine, federal police officer, Intel analyst, and gun rights activist known internationally as the Black Man With A Gun. He is the former pastor of Historic Berean Baptist Church. With two decades of gun rights activism, Kenn Blanchard has been involved in almost every pro-rights event that involved a person of color. He has lobbied the US Congress. He has testified in the state legislatures of Virginia, Texas, South Carolina, Michigan, Maryland, and Wisconsin. He has done commercials for TV against racist gun laws and been featured in five documentaries. He is the author of several books. He is an animal-loving, saltwater fisherman, motorcycle enthusiast, cigar aficionado, and lover of life.