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In an e-mail to supporters today, 40 Days for Life Campaign Director Shawn Carney revealed that six abortion workers quit their jobs during the most recent 40 Days for Life campaign.
Carney said that this is in addition to the 789 babies saved from abortion during the campaign, that 40 Days organizers know of.
During a 40 Days for Life webcast Monday, former Planned Parenthood clinic director Abby Johnson told listeners that Planned Parenthood is â€śterrifiedâ€ť of the fact that so many of their staff are leaving....
Maybe Jim's talking about adoption, for example, as an "alternative" to abortion. Not entirely clear from his post but that's what I assume he meant. Crisis Pregnancy Center (or is it Community Pregnancy Center) is a group some of the people in our church support.
Jim Lincoln wrote: This is excellent -- especially if these women know about and have access to alternatives to abortions. I will again say Thank God! for those organizations which provide the information and alternatives to abortion. Just having abortion workers quit isn't going far enough.
Most anti-abortion groups offer alternatives for women who choose not to kill their unborn child. But the obvious alternative here is that the baby is allowed to live and not be killed. Unless I am reading this comment incorrectly that apparently is not enough for Jim.
This is excellent -- especially if these women know about and have access to alternatives to abortions. I will again say Thank God! for those organizations which provide the information and alternatives to abortion. Just having abortion workers quit isn't going far enough.
Praise God! Maybe this will be a wake up call to all of the people out there who are ready to give up on fighting social issues like this and homo marriage. "Let us not lose heart in doing good, for in due time we will reap if we do not grow weary."(Galatians 6:9 NASB)