Sometimes in the pro-life movement it’s difficult to see first-hand the results of one’s efforts to restore protection for unborn babies. Every so often you meet someone who has changed their mind on abortion or hold a baby whose live was saved from an abortion, but often times the pro-life seeds that are planted may never be seen when they grow and come to fruition.
But the Texas-based Planned Parenthood abortion business where pro-life activist Abby Johnson once worked is a different story. As LifeNews has chronicled countless times, Abby came to the pro-life perspective after managing the abortion center and following much prayer and personal interaction from the folks at 40 Days for Life.
The Planned Parenthood building eventually closed down as the abortion business closed up shop in the Bryan/College Station area.
Today, 40 Days for Life director Shawn Carney released three amazing pictures. The first shows the sign at the Planned Parenthood abortion business. The second shows the sign after it was toppled when it closed down and a third shows the new pro-life sign that has bee erected to provdie the location of the new 40 Days for Life office.
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“These photos show the former Planned Parenthood abortion center in Bryan/College Station, Texas — the site of the first-ever 40 Days for Life campaign back in 2004 ,” says Carney. “And now, that building will now include: The new headquarters of the worldwide 40 Days for Life movement, A lab and clinic for a local pregnancy center and Medical services provided by two former abortionists who had conversions and have become outspoken pro-life advocates.”
“This is the kind of story only God can write … and yet it’s not an isolated occurence,” Carney told Lifenews. “This is one of 60 abortion centers that have CLOSED when 40 Days for Life prayer vigils have been held outside their doors.”
“Could your city be next?” Carney asked. “You can help make that happen by joining the 40 Days for Life campaign that begins tomorrow, September 23, in 307 locations.”