2 August 2013

Christan Concern:

BREAKING NEWS: Baby saved!:
Earlier this week a baby was saved in Brighton after pro-life volunteers were able to speak with a woman considering an abortion.

Abort67 volunteers Pauline Peachy and Kathryn Attwood were outside the Wistons abortion clinic in Brighton. Pauline tells the story:

“A taxi stopped and a young woman got out alone. I thought she might stop but she hurried past, not looking at me. However she came out less than half an hour later. She stopped and listened then. She hadn't taken the pill. She took some leaflets, but when I showed her the little feet pin she started to cry. We talked together for a while. We asked her what help she needed to keep the baby, said that whatever it was we could provide it (God has never let us down!). We decided to go to a cafe where we could talk. 
"She was afraid; her husband was afraid… She was a Catholic who believed in God. She wanted to have an early abortion because she thought it wasn't really a baby yet.” 
Kathryn added:
"After our conversation with her she was adamant she would keep the baby no matter what anybody said.

"I think that baby was saved through a combination of factors. Firstly, the Holy Spirit softening her heart through prayer. Secondly, our obedience to God to stand outside the clinic and openly share with her the reality of abortion.”
Saving lives
Find out more about the
Clarkson Academy >

Abort67's work of educating people about what abortion does to babies is having a real impact - and saving lives in the process.

We support Abort67 because we know how important their work is. Abortion laws won't change unless the truth about abortion is exposed.

We provide Abort67 with legal assistance, PR advice and are now pleased to help run a two day pro-life training conference.

The Clarkson Academy will take place from 5-7 September in central London and offers participants a chance to hear talks from some of the foremost pro-life campaigners and thinkers from the US. If you'd like to find out more, visit www.clarksonacademy.org 

Please help us keep supporting the Abort67 team and the crucial work they're engaged in by visiting our donate page and making a contribution. Just click here.

No comments:

Post a Comment