Abby Johnson Webcast to Expose Abortion Industry Secrets

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Jun 7, 2012   |   1:13PM   |   Washington, DC

Abby Johnson will hold a national webcast on Monday to highlight her new ministry And Then There Were None, a nonprofit organization she has started that ministers specifically to abortion clinic workers.

And Then There Were None will emotionally, spiritually, legally, and financially assist former abortion clinic workers as they transition out of the abortion industry and into a new line of work.

On Monday, June 11, Johnson will highlight the new ministry in a webcast with former abortion workers who are joining together to publicly reveal the shocking secrets they discovered behind the closed doors of the abortion industry … and how their insider knowledge uncovers what it will really take to end abortion. The one-time-only webcast event takes place on Monday June 11, at 8:00 p.m. ET.

“During the online event, you will discover a) how workers are the weak link in the abortion business, and how their unique knowledge and experience provides a road map for how to close down abortion facilities from the inside, b) why people go to work in the abortion industry — and what can be done to help them experience conversions and quit their jobs, c) the growing number of abortion workers who feel betrayed and want out — and what is already being done to assist them, d) the brand-new ministry that is being launched to help many more abortion workers find hope and healing — and share the truth about what they experienced inside Planned Parenthood and other abortion operations, and how you can help make this a reality,” Johnson explained.

David Bereit, the director of 40 Days for Life, who was instrumental in helping Johnson leave the Planned Parenthood abortion business, highlighted the webcast in an email to supporters of the pro-life prayer campaign.

“I just got word from Abby Johnson — the former Planned Parenthood abortion center director (and the abortion chain’s 2008 employee of the year) who experienced a conversion during a 40 Days for Life campaign after she witnessed an ultrasound-guided abortion — that she is launching a new effort to dismantle the abortion industry from the inside,” he said. “Next Monday, June 11, Abby and other former abortion workers are joining together for a worldwide webcast event to publicly reveal the shocking secrets they discovered behind the closed doors of the abortion industry … and how their insider knowledge uncovered a step-by-step blueprint to stop abortion.”

Johnson told LifeNews that ATTWN seeks to assist former abortion clinic workers through these four integral aspects: emotional, spiritual, legal, and financial.  She said emotional support will be readily available for these former clinic workers as they need it and they will be connected to a spiritual guidance counselor of any religious denomination of their choosing for the process of spiritual healing.

Full legal protections of an attorney will be available to former clinic workers at no cost for any abortion facility staff considering quitting their jobs and they will obtain financial support as they receive assistance in finding a new job outside of the abortion industry.



Aside from prayer, Johnson says, the most crucial aspect of this new ministry is garnering funds so these clinic workers can literally afford to leave the abortion industry and still be able to provide for themselves and their families.  This is where pro-lifers can truly be active in their convictions: as there is no other outreach program like this one, it will need support, she explained.

“It is not always easy to convince people to give to a ministry where you may never meet the people you help,” Johnson said.  “You may never know their names. You may never see them face to face. But your support is saving them…saving them from a road of darkness, of pure evil. Your support is bringing them into hope.”

“If you or someone you know wants to leave the abortion industry, there is free, confidential help available,” Johnson says. “Visit or to contact ATTWN and receive guidance and assistance through your transition out of the abortion industry— every step of the way.”