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  • Friday May 18 Doors open 6:30PM Show starts 7:30PM
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    Oaklawn's 19th Annual Spring Spectacular

    Oaklawn is pleased to announce that author, singer and television host Sheila Walsh will be the featured speaker at the 19th Annual Spring Spectacular on May 18.

    Walsh has sold more than 5 million books, including "Loved Back to Life: How I Found the Courage to Live Free," which details her struggle with clinical depression, and "In the Middle of the Mess: Strength for this Beautiful, Broken Life," her most recent book. She’s spoken to more than 5.5 million women across the world, including as a long-time speaker for Women of Faith. Sheila is the co-host of the television show "Life Today," which airs internationally, and a former co-host of "The 700 Club."

    In 1992, after four years co-hosting "The 700 Club," the popular Christian talk-show, Walsh left the show to admit herself to a psychiatric hospital to deal with not only her depressive feelings but also the death of her father at age 5. Amid a sinking feeling of despair, she prayed for miraculous healing. But it did not come exactly the way she expected. It came one day at a time as God led her through a slow and steady journey of hope and recovery.

    Walsh will share life-changing insights from her life’s journey and sing at the event.

    20% off groups of 5 or more

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