Standing with workers exiting the abortion industry

This weekend,  several people who are choosing to leave jobs in the abortion industry will be on a retreat sponsored by And Then There Were None.  Those of us who support these women and men, and who want to support ATTWN but are short on financial resources, can do so this weekend by answering their calls for prayer. Here’s a Facebook post from Abby Johnson that explains the need.

“So often people will ask, “What can I do to help your ministry?” Well, I have something for you! This weekend, And Then There Were None – Prolife Outreach will hold one of our former clinic worker healing retreats and we want it to be covered in prayer during every hour we are there. If you would like to sign up for a prayer hour, please post your name in this document. But please ONLY write down your name if you are COMMITTED to pray during that time. Make sure to set an alarm on your phone or something to remind yourself!”

The signup sheet for prayer times has a tab showing the prayer requests for individual workers.

For H who has received an incredible amount of backlash from friends and former co-workers…For J who has received death threats and was assaulted when she quit…For K who is a single parent struggling with bills and needs a job soon to support [her] family…
Other requests are in the same vein.
Stand by these workers. If your faith is in God, please participate in the prayer support by signing up on the ATTWN sheet referred to in the Facebook link here. If you are not a praying person, you can still hold in your thoughts these women and men as they come together this weekend.
The nation’s largest abortion provider recently emphasized its I-Stand-With-You-Know-What social media campaign with a #Solidarity hashtag. Standing with the ATTWN retreatants is genuine solidarity. No hashtag required.

Author: Ellen Kolb

New Hampshire-based writer, pro-life activist, hiker.