The organizers of the 6th Annual Tulsa March for Life have given me the opportunity to do what I love to do the most: Speak for the basic and fundamental right to life of all human beings, particularly the babies.
Every time I get the opportunity to do something for life, it is a gift of unmerited grace.
Years ago, when I was on my knees with grief over what I had done in my pro choice/anti-God years, my dear and wonderful friend Susan Lepak said, “Don’t you know the babies are praying for you from heaven?”
That was one of the most healing sentences I’ve ever heard.
Katie Gordy, another wonderful and dear friend, gifted me — blessed me is really what she did — with a listening ear and her loving friendship during those days.
They, along with many other forgiving and saintly pro life people, helped me heal so that I could be of use in the fight for life. The beautiful thing is that the fight itself healed me, as well.
I am going to be the keynote speaker for this year’s 6th Annual Tulsa March for Life. It’s tomorrow night at 7 pm at 8th and Boulder in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
If you’re an Okie, or an Arkie, or a Kansan, (or anyone else) come on by. I would love to see you there.