Sanctity of Life

Once at risk for being aborted herself as her mother struggled with an unplanned pregnancy, and then losing her own child to abortion at age 15, Shadia captures the hearts of her audience as she illustrates, through personal experience, God’s love, faithfulness, and power of redemption. Her story has been featured on the Online for Life podcast (now Human Coalition), KFAX Radio, and her Bible study Worthy of Love: A Journey of Hope and Healing After Abortion has ministered to countless of women (and touched the hearts of quite a few men as well). Shadia serves on the Board of Directors for RealOptions Pregnancy Medical Clinics and is a passionate keynote speaker for pregnancy center fundraisers and other sanctity of life events.

What People Are Saying About Shadia

God blessed us with your message of encouragement and the largest banquet donation amount to date. Thank you!
Amanda Weglinski
PRC Board President
 We had Shadia as our banquet speaker this year. She did an amazing job. Thank you, Shadia for a wonderful night!
Tim Chapman
Chairman of the Board
Pregnancy Choices
 Immediately after reading her book, I knew I had to have Shadia come share her story … she is gifted, educated, and moved by the Holy Spirit. I highly recommend her as a speaker.
Evelyn Konig
Executive Director

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Shadia’s first book, Nameless No More, has been endorsed by Georgette Forney of Silent No More and serves as the foundation for her Bible study, Worthy of Love: A Journey of Hope and Healing After Abortion, endorsed by Brian Fisher, President of Human Coalition and recommended by Pastor and best-selling author Chip Ingram and his wife Theresa.

To read Shadia’s miraculous story of her heavenly encounter with the child she lost to abortion, simply scroll to the bottom and subscribe to updates. You will receive an email with a link to download your FREE eBook.

Shadia has also written a position paper on abortion including a formidable in-depth biblical argument that all human life is sacred as well as a discussion of the three commonly debated exceptions to abortion: rape, severe disability of the child, and saving the life of the mother.

Download Shadia’s Position Paper on Abortion

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