Cradle My Heart Radio is a safe space for listeners to connect with others who are finding God’s love—especially during unintended pregnancy and after abortion. The ministry’s outreach is a result of listening to hundreds of women and men share their stories. The Cradle My Heart online blog is a companion to the bestselling book by Kim Ketola, “Cradle My Heart: Finding God’s Love After Abortion,” released by Kregel Publications in 2012. Net proceeds from the book and CD are donated to organizations in the pregnancy help movement.
The vision of Cradle My Heart Productions, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is saving lives and healing hearts after abortion one story at a time. The mission is to effectively answer the public health crisis of abortion through education and excellence in communications. Cradle My Heart values center on the belief that defining success means reaching as broad an audience as possible with the message of the value of every single individual human life and the redemptive power of God’s love.
Because unintended pregnancy and abortion are problems which often unfold in isolation, radio is an ideal medium to reach women and men in their time of need with a message of encouragement and hope in Jesus Christ. Children are a gift from God and worthy of protection at every stage of development regardless of the circumstances of their conception. Abortion is the intentional act of destroying an innocent human life, therefore it is morally wrong. Download and print PDF…
Cradle My Heart Spokesperson
Kim Ketola is the host and executive producer of Cradle My Heart Radio, a companion to her award-winning book of the same title. Kim’s work in Twin Cities broadcasting at KS95, KTIS and WCCO while known as Kim Jeffries led to her Induction to the Minnesota Broadcasting Hall of Fame in 2013. Her debut CD Let Love Love You was released in October 2014.
Kim is active expressing her faith in community life and was appointed by Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty as Chair of the MN Governor’s Council on Faith and Community Service Initiatives in 2006. Along with her husband, Bruce, she has also volunteered in foreign missions and with ministries serving the homeless, the addicted, and those in jail and prison. Kim and Bruce are parents of four adult children, and they make their home in suburban Atlanta. Download headshot…