Speakers Bureau - Kimberly Ketola
To schedule a presentation with Kim Ketola contact her at 651.329.2445 or by e-mail: .
Mrs. Ketola's presentations are intended for grades six through eight, high school students, college students, and adults. Preferred settings include junior high or senior high chapels and classrooms; youth group events; college public forums; college group events; college classrooms; youth, teen, and adult Bible study classes; church organizations; public forum; and as a guest speaker during worship services.
Possible topics include:
Effects on Women and Men (post abortion syndrome)
Post Abortion Healing
Men, Women, and Relationships:
Chivalry and Purity
Impacting Today's Culture
Supporting Women in Unplanned Pregnancies
Kim Ketola is experienced and available as a keynote speaker for pregnancy help center fundraisers, school assemblies, and church and community events. Her keynote In a Pro-Choice World, You Are the Choice has raised hundreds of thousands in support of pregnancy resource centers in their work offering tangible alternatives to abortion.
Mrs. Ketola shares her testimony of healing in Christ after abortion and her experience as a peer counselor for post-abortion Bible study and support groups. Kim also brings her findings as a broadcast journalist on abortion stats and facts.
Kim also speaks on how faith changed her worldview from feminist to Biblical womanhood.
Kim Ketola (formerly known as Kim Jeffries) is a member of the Minnesota Broadcasters Hall of Fame (inducted in 2013) reflecting excellence hosting and producing programs for general market and Christian radio. She currently serves as host and executive producer of the national live weekly program Cradle My Heart Radio.
The program follows Kim's award-winning book Cradle My Heart, Finding God's Love After Abortion (Kregel, 2012). The Amazon bestseller features a Foreword by Ruth Graham and has won endorsement by Rebecca St. James, Dr. Jim Lamb and many other leading pro-life voices.
As a lay ministry leader, Kim organized and presented professionally accredited conferences to equip licensed therapists, social workers and counselors, and help individuals recover from the emotional ancl spiritual wounds of abortion. She served as a trained peer counselor and speaker with New Life Family Services Conquerors post‑abortion support groups, and she has led groups at MN Teen Challenge and elsewhere. She holds a B.S. in Ministry from Northwestern College, where she also serves as Adjunct Faculty in Communications.
Community leadership includes serving as Chair, MN Governor's Council on Faith and Community Service Initiatives, Board Member at Union Gospel Mission and volunteering with Charis prison ministry and Missionary Evangelism to Corrections jail outreach. The National Alliance for the Mentally Ill awarded Kim their 2003 Annual Media Award for her work to reduce the stigma of mental illness. Mrs. Ketola and her husband, Bruce, are parents to four adult children and are active in their home church St. Paul Lutheran in Peachtree City, Georgia.