Television Program Beyond the Dark Valley Helps Women Hurt by Abortion
by Steven Ertelt
November 24, 2008
Washington, DC (LifeNews.com) — A group that helps minister to women who are grieving a past abortion is airing a new television program this week and next to help them understand they are not alone. The Justice Foundation is behind the new documentary "Beyond the Dark Valley."
The captivating 30-minute program features stories of women and men who have suffered the devastating consequences of abortion.
It discusses the medical and scientific evidence that supports their stories and helps women who have never confronted their regret at having an abortion.
Beyond the Dark Valley refers those hurting from abortion to resources where they can find hope and healing after abortion and encourages those hurt by abortion to tell their stories.
The Justice Foundation worked with Fresh Air Media, which produces Billy Graham’s television programs and, most recently, the Saddleback Church presidential debate, to produce the new post-abortion documentary.
The Justice Foundation hopes to educate viewers concerning the devastating effects of abortion, and to let those viewers who have experienced the pain of abortion know of hope and healing available through the National Helpline for Abortion Recovery.
By working in conjunction with the National Helpline, "Beyond the Dark Valley" also offers help for women who are in unplanned pregnancies by referring them to pregnancy care centers in their area that have post-abortion ministries.
Beyond the Dark Valley will air on the National Religious Broadcaster’s Channel on Direct TV, channel 378 on Tuesday, November 25, and the following week on December 2.
Air times are 7:30 p.m. Eastern, 6:30 p.m. Central, 5:30 p.m. Mountain and 4:30 p.m. Pacific Standard Time.
Related web sites:
The Justice Foundation – https://www.thejusticefoundation.org
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