A born-again Christian who had two abortions during her teenage years is the featured speaker at this evening’s Marshall County Right to Life banquet. Angela Minter is the founder and executive director of Louisville-based Sisters for Life.
She and her husband, Parnell, have been married for more than two decades, according to her biography on the nonprofit organization’s website. They have three children but lost two to abortion while teenagers. Sisters for Life takes a holistic approach to advocating for preborn babies and mothers and fathers faced with an unplanned or crisis pregnancy. The organization also advocates for God’s family values and believe He has a good plan and purpose for every life and family. Visit www.sisforlife.org for more information.
This evening’s banquet starts at 6:30 p.m. EDT at the Christo’s Banquet Center in Plymouth. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., and tickets are $20 each.