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Former Planned Parenthood director launches ministry for abortion workers

ATTWN

No abortion clinic workers, no abortion clinics, no abortions. Simple and profound.

“And Then There Were None” is a new ministry that will emotionally, spiritually, legally, and financially assist former abortion clinic workers as they transition out of the abortion industry and into a new line of work.

The organization was founded by Abby Johnson, former director of a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in Bryan, Texas. She worked with the Planned Parenthood for eight years before her profound conversion, when she witnessed a 13-week-old unborn baby fight for and lose his life during an ultrasound-guided abortion.

Johnson was blessed to have the local Coalition for Life to turn to when she felt she could no longer work at Planned Parenthood. It didn’t take long for her to realize that there was an urgent need to reach out to those who work in abortion clinics; many of them have been lied to and hurt by abortion as well.

“We have hundreds of ministries for post-abortive women and men. There is literally nothing for these former clinic workers,” Johnson said. “We are going to change that.”

The official website for And Then There Were None will launch on June 4 at www.attwn.org. The ministry is currently available on Facebook and Twitter.

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The most crucial aspect of the new organization is financial and prayerful support from the pro-life community.

“It is not always easy to convince people to give to a ministry where you may never meet the people you help,” Johnson said. “You may never know their names. You may never see them face to face. But your support is saving them…saving them from a road of darkness, of pure evil. Your support is bringing them into hope.”

The ministry will host a webcast called “Exposing the Lie” on June 11, 2012, which will feature former abortion clinic workers and their testimonies.

No abortion clinic workers, no abortion clinics, no abortions – that is the simple but profound mission of And Then There Were None.

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