Former NFL player Herb Lusk restores hearts with hope through his Crisis Pregnancy Center in the City of Brotherly Love. Better known as the tailback of the Philadelphia Eagles, he was the first to kneel in the end zone and give thanks to God for scoring. He eventually left the NFL to start giving back and helping those in need in his community.
Tuesday September 26 Lusk will be in Birmingham to share about his life’s mission to help women, men and babies seeking help in a world turned upside-down and to support local efforts in our community to do the same. Lusk will be the keynote speaker at the Sav-A-Life Shelby County annual fundraising banquet, “Celebrating Everyday Heroes for Life.” The Center located in Pelham restores hope to those in need, and the free event will shed light on what is happening both in Philadelphia and our local area. Learn how the Center is working to change hearts and minds and help the most helpless in our society: unborn babies and their families.
Sav-A-Life Shelby’s mission is to develop a culture of life where abortion is unnecessary and undesirable in Shelby County, Alabama while offering the hope of the Gospel. Since the opening of its doors in 1985, thousands of lives have been saved. The non-profit center provides free and confidential pregnancy testing, ultrasounds, abortion information, pregnancy/parenting classes, and material assistance to empower women and men to make a life-affirming decision.
The banquet will be held at 7 p.m. September 26 at the new Noah’s Event Venue, 2501 International Park Place, Hoover. The event is free but seating is limited and reservations are required. For tickets visit www.savalifeshelby.org or call Sav-A-Life Shelby, 205-664-1667. †