Former Planned Parenthood director launches new ministry to abortion workers
AUSTIN, TEXAS, May 30, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) — On June 4, 2012, former Planned Parenthood abortion clinic director Abby Johnson will launch the official website for And Then There Were None, a nonprofit organization that ministers specifically to abortion clinic workers. The purpose of the organization is to assist former abortion clinic workers as they transition out of the abortion industry and into a new line of work.
“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.”
In a press release, ATTWN said that it will seek to provide emotional, spiritual, legal, and financial support to former clinic workers.
“Emotional support will be readily available for these former clinic workers as they need it,” says the release. “They will be connected to a spiritual guidance counselor of any religious denomination of their choosing for the process of spiritual healing. Full legal protections of an attorney will be available to former clinic workers at no cost. They will obtain financial support as they receive assistance in finding a new job outside of the abortion industry.”
Aside from prayer, the new ministry will also garner funds so the clinic workers can afford to leave the abortion industry and still be able to provide for themselves and their families. “This is where pro-lifers can truly be active in their convictions: as there is no other outreach program like this one, it will need support,” explains the ATTWN release.
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ATTWN will hold its first ever international webcast entitled “Exposing the Lie” on June 11, 2012. During the webcast the pro-life community will hear from actual former abortion clinic workers who will share their testimonies and experiences inside the abortion industry. It will also be an opportunity to help fund the new ministry. More information will be available on June 4th via www.attwn.org and www.exposingthelie.com.
“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.”
If you or someone you know wants to leave the abortion industry, there is free, confidential help available. Visit www.attwn.org or www.abbyjohnson.org to contact ATTWN and receive guidance and assistance through your transition out of the abortion industry— every step of the way.