Pastor’s wife who works for abortion clinic responds to critics
As I previously reported, a pastor’s wife and youth minister in Alabama has admitted she works at a Montgomery abortion clinic.
Callie Chatman’s linkedin page says that she is a License, Ordained Minister New Elam Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama.
The news was prompted by a YouTube video uploaded by pro-life activist David Day, Sr. showing the so-called “minister” being dropped off at the Reproductive Health Services abortion clinic.
Chatman’s son Jerome is also employed by the abortion clinic as as a security guard at the location.
The news of her careers has prompted her to lash out at her critics telling them they should not judge others.
A representative for Reproductive Services, which “provides outpatient surgical abortions,” confirmed to Christian Post that Chatman works at the clinic once a week.
The Christian Post contacted the “Christian” abortion clinic employee and received this response:
“I feel that we have all sinned. None of us are perfect. No sin is greater than any sin. I don’t know why, other than that’s the only decision [abortion] that a woman could make. That’s her right to make that decision because that’s her body,” Callie Chatman, a certified medical technician who works at Reproductive Health Services, told The Christian Post in an interview Monday.
Callie’s husband is Louis Chatman, pastor of New Elam Baptist Church in Montgomery.
Chatman explained that her presence at the abortion center isn’t to pass judgement.
“I’m not there to judge anybody. I’m there to let them know that God is a forgiving God and that he will forgive them of their sin. Just like he forgives us every day for sin,” she said.
She explained that if anyone wants to know how her husband feels about her work “you’ll have to talk to him,” but was quick to declare that he has no objections to her work.