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The Story of Two (Three) Doors

Posted in post-abortion with tags , , , , , , on March 29, 2016 by saynsumthn

Guest Editorial by Julie Woodley.

Julie Woodlee

Julie Woodlee

In July, 1985, my husband and I paraded through the front door of Methodist Hospital (MH) of St. Louis Park, MN. We came to give birth to a beautiful baby girl, Bonnie Joy. Six years prior to that, I had quietly slipped into the back door of the MH which is also known as Meadowbrook Women’s clinic (MWC). I was single, lonely; frightened at that time in 1979 when I went to the (abortion) clinic…This is the STORY OF TWO DOORS.

When I entered through the front door of the MH, they insisted I ride in a wheel chair. The nurse called me Mrs. Woodley and wheeled me past a nursery room brimming with living, breathing, crying babies. Babies carefully tended and wrapped in pink and blue blankets.

In stark contrast, I entered the back door of MWC. There was no wheelchair. I was given a number for ID and directed to a waiting room after I paid the bill. Anything baby-like was strictly forbidden.

Shortly after I entered the front door my nurse strapped a monitor to my belly. Her relaxed eyes and gently touch were her offerings as she reassured me with “don’t worry; we don’t take any chances with babies.”

For 20 hours three nurses took turns recording and analyzing a rapid little heartbeat. During prenatal classes I learned that at 3 weeks after conception my baby’s heart began to beat and pump blood. Brain waves were present at 8 weeks and at 10 weeks Bonnie Joy was closing her delicate eyelids, puckering her lips and responding to touch.

When I entered that back door in 1979, the baby became an intruder-a formless, featureless blob and a dangerous one. The attitude was simple and single minded: let’s remove it.

Behind the front door, Jody, my nurse, summoned the doctor to my room to review my charts. Papers and printouts. Her eyes didn’t quite meet mine when she said that things weren’t going according to plan. After 20 hours of labor, the baby was in distress and in a difficult position for delivery. “We need your permission to do an immediate C-Section.” The doctor sensed our fear and quickly added, “We will do everything possible to protect mom and baby. We have the resources to keep both of them safe.”

The entire staff worked with only one thing on their minds: “a mother and baby are in distress; we need to save lives.” When I went through the back door, a mother and baby were also in distress, but NO ONE came to save us.

After the procedure was over I rested in the bed at the clinic. A poster in bold stark letters taped to the ceiling read. “If it weren’t for Planned Parenthood where would you be today?” That poster nauseated me more than the abortion. Filled with anger and frustration I began to weep. “You didn’t help me, “I thought. “You had the resources but you didn’t protect me or my baby.”

Today Bonnie Joy is 28 years old. Despite complications in my delivery, my family, society, and MH found resources to save our baby. They spared no expense and employed cutting edge technology to preserve the tine life. That’s what they do inside the front door.

Less than 100 feet away. A few doors down, and one wing over, tiny lives are quietly and matter-of-factly destroyed. That’s what they do behind the back door. I left the front door with a beautiful baby girl who now is a beautiful woman.

It took a third door to heal my back door wounds. Jesus said, “I am the Door. If anyone enters by me, he will be saved. And will go in and out and find pasture.”

Now I spend my life pointing confused young women to the Door of life and freedom: Jesus Christ. By entering through this third door, we join a radically different community: a fellowship committed to protecting the lives of both mother and baby.

Julie is a licensed therapist, filmmaker and speaker. She founded a ministry that helps people heal from various types of trauma, including post-abortion called Restoring the Heart Ministries. Julie has developed a film project to help others recover from post-abortion. It is a 10-part video series with accompanying curriculum targeted at counseling professionals and lay people to lead them through the forgiveness journey after an abortion. It is called Into My Arms.

Responding to the claim that pro-life is just “pro-birth”

Posted in Carole OpEd, OP-Ed, Pro-life is Pro-Birth with tags , , , , , , , , on September 24, 2015 by saynsumthn

I read with great interest an opinion piece by Ashley M Gorman who wrote quite convincingly about the need for pro-life Christians to care about the born as well as the unborn.

Ashley Gorman Planned Parenthood

The piece, entitled, “What would really happen if we defunded Planned Parenthood and ended abortion” seemed to be separating those who picket, protest, and riot ( why she used that term I have no idea) with those who are committed to helping women in crisis and the children they deliver. Gorman makes some compelling arguments about the role of Christians who are called to care about those in need and I would generally agree with those points. But where she loses me is when she claims most pro-lifers are “pro-birthers”, writing:

    Christians want the baby to be born, sure. They care about the birth of the baby. But do they really care about the actual life of the baby or mother?

    It seems most pro-lifers are really just pro-birthers. They simply want the baby to be born, but when it comes to involvement in the quality of life for the baby or the mom, the majority of Christians don’t really care in an obvious or measureable way.

You see, as a long time pro-life activist, I have heard this very false accusation many times, mostly by the opposition.

Gorman claims because of her Christian beliefs she is opposed to abortion and Planned Parenthood and I have no reason to doubt her sincerity. But her accusation is without merit.

As I regularly tell the pro-choice community there is simply no possible way to document the claim that pro-life people are not helping the born. How could Gorman pretend to know the majority of pro-life Christians in the nation? How could she know how they spend their time, money, and who they minister to, help and lay their lives down for?

But, even if it was true that pro-life people only care about the baby being born – why would that be wrong? In a world where many Christians I speak with tell me that fighting abortion is my ministry but not theirs, is there not room for the reverse to be true? Why is it that pro-life people, with all the abuse they face on a regular basis, with the lack of help to minister outside abortion clinics and where every abortion clinic is not yet manned by a Christian, why must the needs of the world or as Gorman puts it “the born” rest squarely on the shoulders of pro-lifers?

Why doesn’t Gorman ask, where the Christians are generally to meet all these other needs?

However, if it satisfies Gorman ‘s curiosity, as a “pro-life Christian” I have personally helped many born people. A few of the ways I have done so, include taking women into my home, paying for an operation for a young teen with a financial need, feeding the homeless, the elderly, and the poor, visiting the sick, the downcast, the disabled, and the mentally impaired and personally giving away thousands of my own hard earned dollars to help the so-called born in this world.

And, if her curiosity is not yet satisfied, I know hundreds of pro-lifers who have done the same time and time again. It is an amazing thing that happens when people get out of their homes and onto the streets – God will bring people to you to minister to. Such is the case with every pro-life activist who speaks against abortion and offers help to women on the public sidewalk week after week after week.

Gorman continued:

    If we really want Planned Parenthood defunded or abortion to end, then we better get really familiar with our age-old buddy Isaac Newton. Every action has a reaction, remember? Both abortion and birth have consequences.

    If the action is abortion, the reaction or consequence is the loss of 1,050,000 human lives per year in the U.S. (This is the total amount of abortions in the U.S. annually. Planned Parenthood’s contribution is 327,000 abortions last year.)

    If the action is birth instead of abortion, the reaction or consequence is the gain of 1,050,000 human lives per year.

    If you are holding up a pro-life sign, then you’d better be ready for 1.05 million new babies in our country on a yearly basis, and you’d better have a better plan than just “have the baby and see you later.”

Really? Only those who hold up “a pro-life sign” need a plan? Not the pastors, the church leaders who often ignore the blood running in our streets from the children as they are crushed and dismembered in the womb? Just the over-worked, often tired, and maxed out pro-life needs to “be ready?” What nonsense !

Ashley Gorman PP

This lecturing from Gorman is patronizing and uncalled for. Of course, pro-life people know that if the baby is not aborted the child will be born. Come on, we’ve been in the trenches doing this for 40 plus years – where has she been?

But, to assume that the exact same number of babies will be born that are aborted is just ignorant to many facets of this very complicated issue. However, it is reasonable to assume the number will be substantial. What is not reasonable is to also assume that every woman who gets pregnant and is unable to access abortion needs help. Stats show that many married women and those of normal financial means seek abortion.

According to Planned Parenthood’s research arm, the Guttmacher Institute, the rate of unintended pregnancy among poor women (those with incomes at or below the federal poverty level) in 2008 was 137 per 1,000 women aged 15–44. But that rate drops exponentially for the same demographic having an abortion: 52 per 1,000. Interestingly, that same report dated July of 2015, claimed there was an increase of women with unintended pregnancies – this with all the contraception, chemical and surgical abortions available.

However, according to the abortion group’s latest stats, 40% of unintended pregnancies (excluding miscarriages) ended in abortion and 60% ended in birth. A reduction from 2001, when 47% ended in abortion and 53% ended in a birth.

What the numbers also showed is that women with higher incomes have abortions far greater than those with lower incomes:

    “Compared with higher-income women, poor and low-income women are less likely to end an unintended pregnancy by abortion. Consequently, poor women have a relatively high unintended birth rate,” Guttmacher states.

To her credit, Gorman points out the need for Christians to adopt children now and in the future.

“This will mean a lot more mouths to feed and mothers to mentor, and a lot less time for excuses on how busy we are
,” Gorman writes and I agree.

Gorman then rightly challenges both herself and the Christian, writing:

    This personally challenges me when I look around at my life, at my house even. We have an extra bedroom. It was originally intended for guests to have their own separate room and bathroom. But guess what? If the end of abortion ever comes, then I’d better be ready to have that room permanently filled with a mom in crisis or an adopted child. Sorry guests, you may have to—gasp!—travel a few extra feet to the bathroom next time or maybe even—how insane!—stay in a hotel for the weekend.

    See, this abortion thing is more than just opening up a sign at a protest. It’s opening up your home, your whole life.

But, I would disagree with Gorman for giving herself permission to wait for abortion to end before taking action, while criticizing “pro-life Christians” for being “pro-birth.” Gorman must lead by example – she must act on her own convictions first as Jesus tells us in Matthew 7 (NIV), “How can you say to your brother, ‘Let me take the speck out of your eye,’ when all the time there is a plank in your own eye? You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother’s eye.”

There are many points which Gorman makes which I would not disagree and you can read her words and judge for yourself here.

But, I am growing weary of the pro-life movement and specifically, those who tirelessly work to rescue children from the grip of death, being a scapegoat for the lack of participation in the church generally.

Look, pro-life people to their credit, are some of the most giving and selfless people I know. We are more than willing to do our share and despite what our critics claim, we have shown this to be the case by our very lives. To us, abortion ends every time a mother chooses life – for those babies, abortion is over.

It is true, that we need to care about the born in society. But, just because that is a true statement does not make the accusation that pro-life people who speak on behalf of the unborn don’t care about the born. For goodness sake, we can walk and chew gum at the same time. What we recognize is the need to promote a general culture of life where we care about the weakest member of society, and the elderly, the poor, and others in need. This will never happen as long as we advocate for abortion or ignore the cause of the unborn.

To Gorman and others like her, I say I agree with most of their words but I disagree with what I feel is the spirit behind the words. The spirit that points fingers at some of the hardest working and most devoted and giving people I know. I lovingly suggest that she lead by example and that the next opinion piece she writes on this subject detail her personal efforts to help the needy now and not just once abortion ends.

Undercover at a pro-choice lunch: Mission accomplished !

Posted in Pro-Life, Stories from front lines series with tags , , , , , , , , on August 6, 2015 by saynsumthn

I bent down, my heart was racing, as I whispered in her ear…

No, this is not the first sentence of a romance story.

Well…maybe.

I was young and outspoken against abortion and I was new to town.

While at my sister’s house we heard that Planned Parenthood was attempting to get a program through the school sports department.

Sneaky, huh?

So, I agreed to go to the school board meeting to oppose Planned Parenthood. I was not alone, as hundreds of other concerned citizens filled the school auditorium that evening.

It was odd how the podium faced away from the board members who were to the back of anyone speaking. And I watched as one by one people spoke against the program while the board members talked and giggled from their table behind them.

I was outraged.

Now, it was my turn.

As I started speaking, I turned to see who in the school board was listening and there she was, the biggest offender of all, a known Planned Parenthood advocate who was laughing and talking and unaware I was starring her down.

As I turned completely around to face the board, and stopped talking, it got very quiet in that auditorium.

Silence is loud and soon the entire audience was looking at her- she finally looked up and I said, “I thought you were supposed to listen to us? If you want to talk, I can wait.”

The school board member turned three shades of red and remained quiet the rest of the night!

Fast forward a few years.

I came across an advertisement, from Voices for Choice, holding their monthly luncheon.

Topic is Planned Parenthood and the CHPA program – a children’s health insurance program for low income families.

Hmmm, I thought, I need to go to this.

So, I asked around for someone to go with me and…no one is available.

This mission – should you choose to accept it….

top-secret

Well, okay then. It’s just me in a room full of pro-choice people, I guess that’s an even match.

As I made my way up the stairs, I got nervous. I entered the room and looked around.

I need to remain inconspicuous, I thought as I sized up the room.

Where can I sit?

There she was, an old lady in a wheelchair. I headed her way. She looks harmless enough.

I walked up to her, she said , “Would you like to sit here?”

Yes,” I replied.

And I sat down next to her and took a deep breath thinking- “great- so far so good.”

Not so fast…

Turns out, my new elderly friend was a professor, I mean a feminist professor from the University of Miami, I believe she described herself as the “Matriarch of the South Florida Feminist Community.”

GULP!

She immediately saw me as “new blood’ a potential convert to her cause and she wasted no time in shoving her propaganda at me beginning with an article from the magazine, “American Atheist” talking about how all Christians and pro-lifers should be thrown in prison…for good!

Did I mention we were officially sitting at the head table?

Did I forget to mention one of the speakers was none other then that county school board member I had embarrassed a few years prior?

Double Gulp!

Honey, can you get me a cup of coffee?” the sweet elderly feminist professor in the wheelchair who wanted pro-lifers put in prison asked me.

“Sure, no problem
,” I said.

One by one the notables arrived and I was in the center of the “in-crowd” of “Voice for Choice.”

My new elderly friend had opened all sorts of doors for me that day.

As the school board member arrived, I tried to hide my head slightly – and she looked at me- and kept…WHEW!

She did not recognize me.

And there I was, with their permission, I tape recorded the entire lunch.

Mission accomplished.

Or…so I thought!

Honey, would you mind taking me to the restroom?”

“Can you grab me another coffee?

“I need the restroom again.”

Seemed I had become the elderly feminist matriarch’s personal assistant/servant.

As the hours passed by, I never did become totally comfortable.

I was one glance away from someone remembering me from the sidewalk of the local abortion clinic where I regularly sidewalk counseled.

By the end of the meeting, I had the Intel I came for.

“Sweetie, would you mind taking me downstairs to my van?”

No, not at all,” I said.

And, I did.

We entered the elevator, 3rd floor…2nd floor…1st floor…bing…bing…bing…the door opened.

As we made our way outside the building I noticed a van with one of those hydraulic lifts.

“There it is
,” she said.

I was almost out of there…almost safe.

As I wheeled my new elderly feminist matriarchal friend who hated Christians to her van, I said a silent prayer to myself.

Then I bent down, my heart was racing… as I whispered in her ear, “It was a pleasure serving you today. Jesus loves you and so do I. Have a great day.”

And with that, I walked away and never looked back.

That day has always been a bitter-sweet memory for me.

As I reflected my first thought was “God, you have a real sense of humor.

And then I realized He had set me up.

He placed me in that meeting all alone. He had me see who I thought would be the least likely person to be aggressive, then placed me at the head table, and had me serve an elderly lady who despised Christians and pro-lifers all day.

As I further reflected, I had to wonder how much God loved her to send me in there to tell her so.

And, I knew at that moment how much He must also love me!

Mission accomplished.

This is one of many soon to be published in my “stories from the front lines” series. Stay tuned for more.

Pastors sign open letter to SCOTUS over Marriage

Posted in Church, Gay Marriage Opposed, homosexuality, Supreme Court with tags , , , , , , , on June 19, 2015 by saynsumthn

A broad coalition of Protestant, Catholic, Orthodox Christian, and Jewish leaders joined by civic and business leaders from around the nation have signed an open letter to the U.S. Supreme Court vowing they will not honor any decision by the Supreme Court that would force them to violate the biblical understanding of marriage as the union of one man and one woman.

Pastors sign letter against Homosexual Marriage Texas

The letter was published in an ad in the Washington Post and was signed by many prominent pastors and Christian leaders, many from Texas, including: Pastor Robert Jeffress at First Baptist Church Dallas, Pastor Robert Morris at Gateway Church in Southlake, Pastor Charles Hagee at Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Pastor Gregg Matte at Houston’s First Baptist Church, and Pastor Steve Riggle at Grace Church in Houston.

Here is a portion of the letter:

We are Protestant, Catholic, and Orthodox Christian pastors, clergy, lay leaders and Jewish leaders, who collectively represent millions of people in our specific churches, parishes, denominations, synagogues and media ministry outreaches. Marriage transcends our various theological differences and unites us together in one voice.

We affirm that any judicial opinion which purports to redefine marriage will constitute an unjust law, as Martin Luther King Jr. described such laws in his letter from the Birmingham Jail.

We are Christians who love America and who respect the legitimate rule of law.

However, we will not honor any decision by the Supreme Court which will force us to violate a clear biblical understanding of marriage as solely the union of one man and one woman.

See more at: http://txvalues.org/2015/06/18/pastors-tell-supreme-court-we-must-obey-god-rather-than-men/#sthash.9zv0a1sy.dpuf

and http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/penny-starr/religious-coalition-vows-not-accept-supreme-court-decision-favor-same-sex

The letter is sponsored by the non-profit Common Good Foundation.

Black “Christian’s” rant claims she’s never shed tears for Black babies killed by abortion

Posted in Black Lives Matter, Black Women, Church pro-abortion with tags , , , , , , on June 11, 2015 by saynsumthn

Nikki Brooks, a Black woman who claims to be a Christian and to have held leadership rolls in several churches, has published an astonishing video stating she has no sympathy for the unborn black baby targeted for abortion.

Nikki Brooks

“What I am about to say, I am a Christian, I’ve served in a Pastoral capacity in three churches, I uh, I am an active minister, and um, I don’t make apology for what I am about to say,” Brooks states in her vid.

She is apparently upset that the Black community, which is being targeted for abortion by racist eugenics groups like Planned Parenthood, is also being criticized because they are not speaking out for the unborn in many Black Lives Matters protests.

Nikki Brooks FB

I have never, not one time ever, shed a tear for another woman’s unborn child that she chose to abort. I never have,” Brooks states emphatically.

Aborted Baby

“I don’t have a conviction about it. I uh believe that life is important to God but I also know that’s why he’s God and I’m not.’

She goes on to state: “I have however shed meany tears for the three I chose to lay up and have.”

Here is what she cries over:

    Being in a classroom with one teacher and 28 students and only a few knew how to read.

    Her Junior High students whose only meals come from the school.

    Children deserving of probation who got prison.

Nikki Brooks YouTube

Nikki Brooks calls the Black Lives Matters abortion connection a bogus argument saying she won’t be boxed in to anyone telling her she cannot advocate for one thing if she doesn’t advocate for another.

“I have never cried over a woman’s unborn fetus…I believe that the lives that are here right now and the quality of those lives, that’s what matters,” she says again.

Of course, in Matthew 25:31-46, Jesus himself told us to care for the “least of these,” which of course includes the poor and downtrodden but does NOT exclude the unborn child.

In fact in Proverbs 24:11 commands us to, “Rescue those being led away to death; hold back those staggering toward slaughter.”

The Psalmist pays tribute to the personhood of the unborn child in the womb, “For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb.”

So, why would Nikki Brooks say that Black people especially professing Christian Black people, should have no concern for abortion?

Your guess is a good as mine.

Watch her rant below:

According to an online group, 4.4 million Blacks have been killed by abortion over the 22 years between 1990 and 2011.

A report just released by the Center for Disease Control dated November 28, 2014 reveals that in 2011 almost 56% of all abortions reported for race were done on minority women.

The history of legal abortion is based in eugenics racism.

Anyone who thinks otherwise should watch the powerful documentary film, Maafa21 Black Genocide in 21st Century America.

Christian man dating Planned Parenthood worker asks what abortion has to do with him

Posted in Black Neighborhood, Church pro-abortion with tags , , , , , , , , , , on May 28, 2015 by saynsumthn

A man outside a San Diego Planned Parenthood who said his girlfriend worked at the abortion facility was confronted because he claimed to be a Christian.

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He tells an activist from Abolish Human Abortion (AHA) that he works for a Christian organization called, “Uplift, for intercity youth and children…for Urban people living in faith and trust.

He even gives him a business card.

Mans GF PP Uplift

When told by AHA activist, Todd Bullis that Planned Parenthood rips the arms and legs off unborn babies and crushes their skulls he responded by asking, “What does that have to do with me?

Bullis asked the Christian man if he believed he was his brother’s keeper.

Mans GF PP

Okay, but let me ask you one question,” the man replies.

“If they are doing what you say they’re doing in here-what does that have to do with me?” the man asks Bullis.

You live in a town that sacrifices children. God says you are accountable for what happens in your town, Biblicaly,” said Bullis.

Until I witness something, until I actually see it, I can’t be compelled to do something that I don’t know if it is true or not,” the man replied.

He claims he doesn’t know what his girlfriend does at Planned Parenthood and he thinks all she does is answer the phone.

Bullis points out that she probably makes the abortion appointments.

He asks again,”Going back to what I said – what does that have to do with me?”

One thing that I know, I don’t even know what goes on in abortion clinics. Okay, but hypothetically say you’re right, that’s exactly what goes on in there. The best thing I can do is just pray about it,” the man surmises.

That’s not true,” said Bullis,”You can expose it.”

You do your part, I gotta do my part, I’ve got other things to do,” he says.

Sadly, this “see no evil” attitude is prevalent in many who claim to be Christians.

It’s not rocket science for anyone with a little heart and compassion for innocent children.

Planned Parenthood is the largest abortion clinic chain in the United States.

What they do is no secret.

In fact, it is written right on the website where the man’s girlfriend works:

Planned Parenthood San Diego

In 2013 Planned Parenthood boasted that they slaughtered 327,653 unborn babies through abortion nationwide.

In 2012-Planned Parenthood reported performing 327,166 abortions.

In 2011, Planned Parenthood reported performing 333,964 abortions.

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That San Diego Planned Parenthdood abortion clinic kills unborn babies up to 24 weeks. Or as they describe it on their website, “In-clinic abortion is offered up to 23 weeks and 6 days.”

The abortion clinic is operated by Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest.

In 2012, they performed 14,357 abortions and in 2011, 16,309 babies died.

Woman says mother who works at abortion clinic “knows Jesus”

Posted in Abortion Worker, Church with tags , , , , , on May 26, 2015 by saynsumthn

A woman whose mom works at FPA abortion clinic told a pro-lifer that she believes that her mom knows Jesus.

The conversation shows how watered down the Gospel of Jesus Christ which commands us to “take up our cross and follow Him daily” has become to some people who do not read it in the fear of God.

In the video the driver is asked by the pro-lifer, “Do you know Jesus?

I know Jesus,” she replies.

“And, your mamma works at an abortion clinic,” she is asked.

MOther works abortion clinic knows Jesus

And here is her answer:

    You know what, its a way of living for her. But she knows Jesus too. But it’s just a way of living for her. I mean, she’s trying to make money doing it, unfortunately, you know, when you work. We’re in a sinful world. You can’t live above sin because we’re living in sin. So, not that I support whatever this place is doing, but, you know what I mean? We’re all living in sin.”

    “You know, on judgement day because no sin is greater than the other one. We God decide, you know what I mean?”

Sadly, this way of thinking is antithetical to scripture where Jesus tells us to “go and sin no more.”

He never tells us to make excuses for “living in sin” because we “live in a sinful world”

Quite the contrary, Jesus, who this woman is supposed to know, died for this world. He calls us to lay our lives down for it as well. Scripture is clear that we are in the world but “not of it.”

As for judgement day, that is a day where He will decide and a healthy Christian will seek scriptures on how that could possibly go down:

    Matthew 7:22, “Many will say to Me on that day, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in Your name, and in Your name cast out demons, and in Your name perform many miracles?'”And then I will declare to them, ‘I never knew you; DEPART FROM ME, YOU WHO PRACTICE LAWLESSNESS.’

The woman continues, “So, I’m sure she goes home and repents every night.”

All I have to say is that maybe her mother is “making a living” the same way the slave owners did it or the guards in the Nazi concentration camps or even the employees of Kermit Gosnell who stated over and over again that they were just doing their job.

I encourage this woman and her mother to read: Abortion just like the Nazi Holocaust is the “Sin of the Innocent Bystander”

In the words of this woman, “If you don’t know Jesus you better get to know him.” Start today by leaving this child killing center and repenting and giving your life completely to Jesus.

Please pray for this woman and her mother the abortion clinic worker that she meets the real Jesus.