Abortionist's tardiness saves babies
In Lubbock, Texas, last Thursday, the local abortionist was two hours late
for his abortion appointments. And as a result, babies who were scheduled
to die remained alive.
As one couple approached the abortion mill, a sidewalk counselor gave them
an information packet, which included information on the local crisis
pregnancy center. The couple tried to get in to the abortion chamber, but
the four employees and security guard inside didn't bother to open the door.
So, the couple drove away, waving to the pro-lifers, and went to the
crisis pregnancy center.
Two other women who were scheduled for abortions also left, and didn't
Woman refuses to exit her car for abortion
A man and woman drove up to an abortion facility north of Los Angeles last
Saturday. A sidewalk counselor handed them pro-life literature and
encouraged them to choose life for their baby, and then left them alone.
The man got out of the car, walked to the passenger side, and opened the
woman's door, but she refused to get out. For about 30 minutes, he
tried to coax her out. At first he tried to be kind to her; he even got
back into the car and cuddled with her for a while. But when that
didn't work, he started swearing at her. Meanwhile, the pro-life
Christians on the
sidewalk continued to pray. The woman refused to budge.
Finally, he gave up, and they drove away from
the abortion center, with their baby still alive.
Fort Worth baby saved by the preaching of God's Word
Last Saturday in Fort Worth, Texas, a young couple drove up to the Westside
Clinic, intending to abort their baby. As they approached the
killing center, they noticed several large pro-life posters.
The girl covered her head with a blanket to keep from seeing the signs,
but her husband took a pro-life information packet from Dan, a local
counselor. After he parked the car, they didn't get out, so Dan began
preaching to them, sharing God's concern for them and their baby.
spoke of God's laws, and talked about how a person goes to Heaven or Hell,
and then he shared the Lord's love and mercy.
After about 45 minutes,
the husband waved for Dan to come over to the car. The man had tears in
his eyes, and his wife was sobbing. He took Dan's hand and thanked him
for being there, and for sharing the words of the Lord. He said that
those words saved his baby.
Woman almost tricked into helping to abort her grandchild
A pro-life woman almost unintentionally helped to abort her grandchild
last Tuesday. Her son's fiance told her that she needed a ride from the
small town where they live to Bakersfield, California, to see a doctor
because of bowel problems.
But as her future daughter-in-law
entered the waiting room, the woman noticed a Christian woman handing out
pro-life literature, and a pro-life sign on the sidewalk. "Is this an
abortion clinic?" she asked. She marched upstairs, and asked the girl
"what are you really here for?"
Then she brought the crying girl downstairs, and across the street to the
a pregnancy help center. After they saw a video about abortion, the girl
said that she is definitely keeping the baby.
Man drives in circles to save his baby
A man tried to save his preborn baby's life by intentionally
driving around the block a few times in Bakersfield, California, last week. Why was he driving in circles? Because he saw a large picture
of an aborted baby outside an abortion facility. He knew his wife might be pregnant, and that she would want to abort the baby, so he wanted her to see what abortion really was. While they drove around, he noticed a "free pregnancy test" banner outside the LifeHouse pregnancy help center (which is across the street from the abortion chamber). He brought his wife to the LifeHouse, and they saw a video about abortion. And then she found out that, yes, she is pregnant. But the abortion pictures she saw got through to her. When a counselor called her a few days later, she said she was keeping the baby: "I'm not God, to take a baby" she explained.
Harley Davidson dad rescues his baby
Yesterday in Bridgeport, Connecticut, as about 60 Christians (including two senior pastors) prayed outside the "Summit Women's Center" abortion mill, a Harley Davidson motorcycle pulled in, and the "wild" man who was riding it rushed into
the death camp to rescue his baby. "God uses all kinds," sidewalk counselor Marilyn Carroll commented with a smile. By the end of the day, at least three women had changed their minds, deciding not to abort their babies. Ten second trimester babies were apparently killed inside the abortion chamber.
Reckless driving incident helps couple to see the truth
A young man was cited for reckless driving near Appleton, Wisconsin yesterday
outside a Planned Parenthood abortion mill. His car had come within inches
of hitting a pro-life missionary and a pastor, in an apparent attempt to
intimidate them, because they were reading scripture, praying,
and talking to women who were entering Planned Parenthood. The young man
was also cited for driving without a license.
But the pastor and the missionary agreed not to pursue a complaint
against the young man if he brought his pregnant girlfriend to a local
pregnancy counseling center instead of Planned Parenthood. The young man
agreed, and after he and his girlfriend saw a video about abortion, and
a counselor at the center showed his girlfriend the body of an actual
7-week baby in
a bottle, he thanked the
missionary and they agreed to see a local obstetrician for an ultrasound.
He told the missionary "I had been looking for a quick fix, and I
need to slow down and think about what we've learned."