Upcoming webcast to reveal testimonies of former abortion clinic workers

This is just the beginning.

The webcast “Exposing the Lie” will be broadcast on Monday, June 11, at 7:00pm Central.

It will feature former Planned Parenthood abortion clinic director Abby Johnson, as well as several other former abortion clinic workers who became pro-life during their time working in the abortion industry. The webcast site will give pro-lifers a better understanding of “why people go to work in the abortion industry — and what can be done to help them experience conversions and quit their jobs.”

This webcast is held in conjunction with the launch of “And Then There Were None,” a newfound nonprofit that ministers to abortion clinic workers. Known as ATTWN, this ministry offers financial, legal, emotional, and spiritual support to former clinic workers as they transition out of the abortion industry and into a new line of work. ATTWN is also available on Facebook and Twitter.

ATTWN will help clinic workers out of the abortion industry.

Registrants can reserve their spot to listen to the live webcast by clicking here. The webcast promises to reveal “how workers are the weak link in the abortion business, and how their unique knowledge and experience provides a road map for how to close down abortion facilities from the inside.”

If there is no one willing to work in the abortion industry, the abortion industry itself collapses. So far, seventeen abortion clinic workers have come forward, wanting out of the abortion business. It’s true that their positions within the abortion industry may be filled by new employees, but it is only a matter of time before former abortion workers speak up about what they saw behind the closed doors of these abortion clinics…so this is just the beginning.

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