Rebecca Hagelin, WorldNetDaily columnist and vice president of the Heritage Foundation, has been named one of 12 evangelical women of the year by Concerned Women of America.
“CWA set out to find women whose contributions make the world a better place and we had a very difficult time narrowing down to a dozen choices,” says a statement from the organization. “Our women range in age, locale, occupation and in numerous other ways are very different from each other, but they all share a commitment to biblical Christianity, and all are pro-life, pro-marriage and pro-family. These are women whose deep faith is reflected in their priorities, their lifestyles and in their contributions to the world around them.”
Hagelin is the author of “Home Invasion: Protecting Your Family in a Culture That’s Gone Stark Raving Mad,” and handles communications and marketing for the D.C.-based Heritage Foundation.
Other honorees include, among others, Gianna Jessen, a pro-life activist was left with cerebral palsy as a result of surviving an abortion, Lisa Thompson, the liaison for the abolition of sexual trafficking for the Salvation Army, and Dr. Charmaine Yoest, creator of the blog “Reasoned Audacity” and vice president of external relations for Family Research Council.