Kim Ketola on Todd Friel’s Wretched Radio

What’s so funny about being pro-life?

KIm Ketola

Kim Ketola

Back in the day, Todd Friel and I were colleagues in local Twin Cities radio. Todd was the same then as he is now, but pro-life truth was just dawning in my heart when he invited me to come to his home church and share my testimony of healing in Christ after abortion. His great gift was to make that visit welcoming.

That was a bold move and I will always be grateful to Todd and the few others who took me at my word when I shared how deep the problem goes in our churches. Many others remained skeptical or uninterested in 2003 and right up until today.

But Todd gets it.

Since then, his platform has grown through Wretched, national radio and TV broadcasts and podcasts. And he was instrumental in producing the definitive training material on making the case for life, Life is Best. I was once again grateful to be invited by Todd to share the perspective of one wounded by abortion for that project. It is truly humbling to be lifted up into the company of Scott Klusendorf and other such strong advocates for the unborn.

When he invited me to guest on Wretched last year, Todd showed his great talent for honoring God’s law while offering God’s grace–with many laughs along the way.

So, for these reasons and more, this interview Wretched Radio from last year was just a delight. Hope you like it too!


Cradle My Heart, Finding God’s Love After Abortion provides affirmation and hope after abortion from the Scriptures. Here are more resources for help and healing. If you are pregnant and need free, confidential help call 1-800-712-HELP. If you’ve had an abortion and need immediate help call 1-866-482-LIFE. Join us on Cradle My Heart Radio. Call 1-800-811-3003 LIVE from 9:30-10 pm ET Sundays on Faith Radio or voicemail 24/7. Ask a question at kim @ kimketola. For a list of radio stations or for live streaming, go here. Podcast on iTunes and archived here.

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