Quick note: local pro-life victory
Our Shreveport readers may be particularly interested in this, but others of a pro-life persuasion can cheer as well. I received the following email a few days ago from the local coordinator of our 40 Days for Life effort (links added by me):
Abby Johnson called me last night and said that one of the workers from “Hope” [Medical Group in Shreveport, one of our two local abortion facilities] quit her job! She apparently wrestled with it for a long time and finally couldn’t take it anymore. She packed everything up and moved out of town. For a while she was homeless, keeping her kids in her car while she looked for a job. She contacted Abby’s ministry “And Then There Were None“. They helped her and within days she had a place to live and a new job. She was also asking Abby for moral support from the Shreveport area. So please say a special prayer today for this woman and her family.
Please find a way to get involved with 40 Days for Life. Whether it is praying in front of a clinic, praying for those who visit the clinic, or praying for those who work at the clinic, you can see the common denominator.