Abby Johnson’s Ministry Has Helped More Than 100 Abortion Clinic Workers Quit

National   Steven Ertelt   Apr 14, 2014   |   6:57PM    Washington, DC

There are a number of ways of stopping abortions — whether it’s legislation, with prayer, pregnancy centers providing positive alternatives, pro-life groups working to close abortion clinics or what former Planned Parenthood abortion clinic manager Abby Johnson is doing. Johnson is working to help abortion clinic staffers quit their jobs.

What if there were no employees to staff the abortion facilities across the nation. Countless unborn babies would be saved.

abbyjohnson10bWith that goal in mind, here is the latest update from Abby:

A few weeks ago, we told you that we were very close to reaching our 100th abortion clinic worker.  I’m so happy to announce that we have now reached that mark!  We are actually at 101 workers who have joined our ministry!  Thanks to all of you who have continued to pray for us and for the workers who have come to us for assistance!  Just this week, we have been contacted by four workers who are looking for help.  We are so honored that they trust us enough to contact us.

We have always encouraged you all to send our information into your local abortion clinic.  You can find our fliers at www.attwn.org/for-sidewalk-counselors.  We know that the abortion industry is absolutely terrified of our ministry.  In fact, we have been told recently that Planned Parenthood has been calling in their employees one by one to ask questions about their possible affiliation with our organization.

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Apparently, the abortion facilities are so concerned about the material their workers might see from us, they are now instructing them to send our mail back and mark it as “refused.”  We don’t find this to be a problem.  We will continue to send our fliers into the abortion clinics…we will just have to be more creative. Thank you for your continued work with this effort.

In her update, Abby focused on the news of Marianne Anderson, an abortion clinic staffer in Indiana who quit and has become pro-life.