“I Can’t Work Here!” Woman Heading to Abortion Clinic for a Job Changes Her Mind

State   Shawn Carney   Oct 21, 2015   |   8:51AM    Nashville, TN

We’ve seen 121 abortion workers have a change of heart and quit their jobs during 40 Days for Life campaigns.

Many of those workers tell us they’d spent years being deceived by the abortion industry … and had deceived themselves about the reality of the work they were doing. They justified it every day. But eventually, your prayerful presence helped them find a way out.

Your presence can also speak to potential workers … and get them away from the abortion business before they ever start.

During a week in which a new Gallup poll showed that Planned Parenthood’s brand is at an all-time low, it seems appropriate to share a story about how a would-be employee turned around at the last moment.

Your prayerful presence represents the last hope for the babies; but it can also be a sign of hope for the workers as well.

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In Nashville, Tennessee, as three vigil participants prayed outside Planned Parenthood in Nashville, they watched as a woman drove into the lot and parked. About a minute later, she backed out of her parking space and headed towards the driveway.

One of the volunteers offered her a pamphlet and asked if she was there seeking information about abortion. “No,” she said. “I was going to apply for a job.”

The woman said she was a health care professional. “But I saw the signs and you all praying … I changed my mind. I can’t work here!”

LifeNews.com Note: Shawn Carney is the campaign director for the 40 Days for Life pro-life prayer campaign against abortion.

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