Former Gosnell Abortion Worker is Finding God, Becoming Pro-Life

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Jul 16, 2013   |   10:18AM   |   Philadelphia, PA

The former employee of the late-term abortion clinic Kermit Gosnell ran saw the worst of the worst in the abortion industry.

From dilapidated conditions, to late-term abortions and from infanticide of babies born alive to the killing and injuring of patients, the employees at the Philadelphia-based abortion business likely have a significant amount of emotional distress and mental and spiritual health issues they are dealing with now.

But Abby Johnson, herself a former director of a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic who is now a Christian and pro-life, says a former Gosnell worker is rediscovering a relationship with God and may be converting to the pro-life perspective.

“For many months, we have been praying for Kermit Gosnell and all of the men and women who worked in his facility.  We prayed for them by name.  We reached out to them many times.  We had not received any response…until last week,” Johnson says.

The founder of the pro-life ministry And Then There Were None, which reaches out to current and former abortion clinic workers, adds: “We are so excited to tell you that we are now working with one of Gosnell’s former workers!  We are not giving out personal information at this time, but we wanted all of you to know so you can be praying.”

About the specific Gosnell employee, Johnson says: “We know that her road to healing will be a long one.  Many in the pro-life movement will reject her because of her work in Gosnell’s clinic.  But we are certain that God is thrilled that one of His children has come back to Him…and we know all of you are, too!”



“I wanted to share something with you that she told me when we first talked,” Johnson continues. “She said, “When the police came to arrest me, I was filled with a peace that I had never experienced before.  I knew that it was over.  I knew that I no longer had to work with that man ever again.  I knew I would finally be free.”  This woman has been on a long journey…out of Gosnell’s clinic…rediscovering Christ…now working with us.”

“We are asking that you pray for this woman.  Please pray for her family.  She is eager to share her story with the pro-life community…and I can tell you that it is a beautiful story of redemption.  We will continue to keep you updated,” Johnson concludes.

Johnson’s update comes a day after another former Gosnell employee, who worked at the House of Horrors abortion clinic was sentenced to house arrest.