And Then There Were None

A new organization is reaching out to abortion facility workers, offering them hope and help. It’’s called And Then There Were None and is headed by Abby Johnson, a former Planned Parenthood abortion mill director. Lots of groups offer help to post-abortive mothers and fathers, but until now, none have existed to help abortion mill staff get out of the killing business. Abby will offer them emotional, spiritual, legal and financial help so they can afford to leave the abortion industry while providing for themselves and their families. The vision of And Then There Were None is to make it so there are no abortion mill workers so there’’ll be no abortion mills, thus no abortions. If you’’d like to know more about Abby’’s efforts, visit today’’s broadcast link [see below] at life issues dot org.

And Then There Were None

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