Governor Palin Keynotes Extraordinary Women Christian Conference in Birmingham, AL

Saturday, April 28, 2012

Governor Palin was the keynote speaker at the Extraordinary Women Conference in Birmingham, Alabama today. This year's theme is passionate faith, and she had an important message to share with the thousands of women gathered.

The Birmingham News reports:

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin told an enthusiastic gathering of Christian women today that they should follow Alabama's state motto and dare to defend their rights.

"I'm not just talking about our political rights, but the rights we are given as a daughter of God," the 2008 Republican vice-presidential candidate told women this afternoon at the Extraordinary Women's Conference in Birmingham.

"He trusts us with the responsibility to live big, to live bold, to live passionately and to live vibrantly so we can effect change to the world around us," she said.

Palin was the keynote speaker at the two-day gathering organized by the Virginia-based group, Extraordinary Women. Speakers discussed their own faith journeys, based on the theme "passionate faith."

Palin used examples from her political and personal life, as well as the lives of her children and grandchild, Tripp, to show why a strong faith in God is crucial to surviving life's challenges and setbacks.

She discussed how giving birth to her youngest child, Trig, who has Down syndrome, helped strengthen her faith.

"He is the most precious, amazing child," she said. "God has good plans for us. Trig shows us what really matters and how much God loves us. He only will give us the best."

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Palin also took potshots at the "leftist, liberal reporters" and "granola crunchers" who oppose gun-owners' rights. She told the audience to stick to their beliefs and values.

"It's hurt people who hurt people," she said.

But Palin's message Saturday mainly centered on the message that hope and faith are inseparable and that believers should remain strong in their faith when it inevitably is tested.

"Don't be intimidated as they try to reduce you, to mock you, to stop you," she said. "Get off the sidelines. We were created to make a difference and help others put back together their shattered lives and dreams."

If the video becomes available, I will be sure to post it so everyone can hear this message of hope and faith.

Read the full article here.

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