Sheila Luck is the author of My Baby's Feet: Choice, Death, and the Aftermath. After living in the aftermath of her own fear-based choices, Luck believes that the choices we make today have ramifications well-beyond the immediate future and into eternity. It is her goal to help others understand this connection and thereby change our culture from a culture of death to a culture of life. Her goal is to promote an understanding of the ramifications of our choices on our hearts, our lives, and the lives of others. She believes that through this understanding all people will be empowered to make healthy, life-giving choices. As a post-abortive woman, herself, Luck also seeks to help those living in the aftermath of abortion to find healing.
Luck is on the Board of Directors of Wisconsin Right to Life, and she is on the Board of The Life & Loss Institute, Inc., d.b.a. Elizabeth Ministries International. In 2011, Luck received a certificate in equipping from The Masters Institute. Luck is a monthly columnist for The Wisconsin Christian News and she is a Christian author.
In addition to speaking on topics related to her books, Luck is an attorney, helping others resolve conflict through mediation. Luck is married to Wayne and they have two daughters. Her personal and business mission is to promote positive change by helping others make quality decisions both personally and in their work-lives. Her vision is to become an amphitheater for the Kingdom of God.