“Here am I. Send me.”
Angela Minter is truly a voice for the voiceless and a servant leader. She loves the Lord her God, with all her heart, soul, and body. She declares the most important choice she has ever made is receiving JESUS as her personal savior and allowing him to be Lord of her life.
Angela is the President and Co-Founder of Sisters For Life (SFL), a Christian 501c3 nonprofit organization. Sisters For Life is assigned by God to take a holistic approach. We advocate for the pre-born babies, their moms, dads, and families faced with an unplanned pregnancy. The ministry also advocates for God’s family values. Angela says, “God has a good plan and purpose for every life and family. We are determined to assist them in fulfilling that plan and purpose.”
More about Angela – Executive Director of Sisters for Life
SFL’s mission is to awaken, train and mobilize, the whole church, particularly the historically black church, to end abortion in the community. To see families restored, change teenagers’ and young adults’ trajectory, share the gospel of Jesus Christ, and achieve a Kingdom first, Christcentered culture change that glorifies God!
SFL grew out of Angela’s personal experience with abortion. The Lord called her to this great work in 2004 by opening her eyes about the two babies she aborted while a teenager. She speaks with candor about the devastating consequences the abortions had on her spirit, soul, body, and family.
Two weeks after her eyes were opened, she began hosting a weekly Christian radio broadcast. She felt a freedom she had never experienced. Angela started to surrender the secret about her abortions publicly and educate the community about the detriment of abortion and its devastating effect on the black community in particular.
Angela has appeared on every news channel and the front page of her hometown’s leading daily newspaper after holding a press conference and accused Planned Parenthood (PPH) of targeting blacks and minorities exposing their genocidal practices.
In 2006, the Lord spoke to Angela’s heart and revealed that he had not just called her to do a weekly radio program, but he called her to do SFL full time. Out of obedience to God’s assignment, Angela resigned from Commonwealth and Providian, ending a 20-year career as a licensed sales representative. She left having enjoyed success as the first black woman named Sales Representative of the year and achieving the highest level award, the Pinnacle Club award, and the Red Jacket Award. Angela loved her company, and her colleagues were like family.
However, she quickly understood that God had a higher calling for her. God’s call opened many doors for Angela. However, the first and most important new door was to do sidewalk counseling at the abortion facility in her state. As a result of her obedience, SFL rescued over 870 babies, moms, dads, and families from abortion’s detriment. Many of which have joined her co-ed mentoring program.