Former Gosnell clinic worker becoming pro-life?
posted at 1:01 pm on July 16, 2013 by Ed Morrissey
As Abby Johnson says, these are prayers answered. A former abortion-clinic manager herself, Abby founded the And Then There Were None ministry to help workers in this industry to escape from it. Their latest contact comes from the most notorious practice of all:
Abby Johnson, herself a former director of a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic who is now a Christian and pro-life, says a former Gosnell worker is rediscovering a relationship with God and may be converting to the pro-life perspective.
“For many months, we have been praying for Kermit Gosnell and all of the men and women who worked in his facility. We prayed for them by name. We reached out to them many times. We had not received any response…until last week,” Johnson says.
The found of the pro-life ministry And Then There Were None, which reaches out to current and former abortion clinic workers, adds: “We are so excited to tell you that we are now working with one of Gosnell’s former workers! We are not giving out personal information at this time, but we wanted all of you to know so you can be praying.”
Keep praying for her conversion, and for those who remain in the industry. This is not a practice that will end primarily through changed laws, but through changed hearts.
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