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From Planned Parenthood to Pro-Life


The Brody File normally talks faith and politics but let me just share a compelling story with you. Watch below as my CBN News collegue Wendy Griffith brings you the story of Abby Johnson. She left her position at Planned Parenthood after watching an abortion ultrasound. Her comments are just fascinating to watch.

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# RE: From Planned Parenthood to Pro-Life

Hallelujah!
Left by Joshua on Nov 14, 2009 8:08 AM

# RE: From Planned Parenthood to Pro-Life

A special thanks to Abby Johnson, the ex-director of the Bryan Texas Planned Parenthood office on 29th Street:

Abby Johnson now encourages thinking and loving individuals to place a special value on others who are (also humans made in the image of God) and in the same stage of development that "They were"!

The thoughts that dance in the mind of humans, is conceived in their heart and hinges on the pivotal question that ushers in the undeserved "Death penalty" for the unborn; or the joyous excitement, anticipating the soon coming birth of a child.

The question that answers the complex motive for a person's actions after conception is "Is the pregnancy and baby wanted or rejected by one or both parents (or families) of the child"?!!!

And if most women-with-child was loved by the child's father,
she would smile and happily say "No abortion" why bother.

Ask God and the person you mated with to forgive you,
forgive yourself and live the abundant life.

Sincerely,

A
Left by ArthurPro-Baby on Nov 21, 2009 2:10 AM

# RE: From Planned Parenthood to Pro-Life

Parenthood

We start off early watching television and then envisioning our American dream. As a child, we play with our babies, doll houses, and writing in our diaries. We start at the tender age of 4 or 5 looking for our prince charming to marry. Over time, we replace our crushes of princes and other Disney characters with real boys. Sometimes it is the boy that sits next to you in class or a movie star. Either way, it is getting you ready for that all important task called LOVE.........


http://www.richlymiddleclass.com/parenthood

Thanks
Left by dithi88 on Jun 21, 2012 6:30 AM