Exodus 2013: Helping Workers Escape Abortion Clinics
by: Caleb Parke
This day is a call for employees of: abortion clinics: to leave their: jobs in: pursuit of newcareers, knowing they have support. The organization,: And Then There Were None, is ready to provide these brave people with financial, legal, emotional and spiritual: assistance: as they transition out of the abortion industry and into a new line of work.
Do you work at an abortion clinic? Please read: this letter: from Abby Johnson, a former Planned Parenthood employee who was the Planned Parenthood 2008 “Employee of the Year.” She found healing and so can you.
I am a college student passionate about this, because I could have been aborted. My mom chose life, and it angers me to no end to see innocent lives taken and people: deceived, burdened with the pain that abortion causes. I want to see our generation step out of darkness and into the light and find the healing on the other side.
If this is a cause you care about, please join me in prayer and help raise awareness. May we encourage a culture of life and be the generation to end abortion.
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