Abby Johnson uses first hand testimonies by many individuals who used to work in the abortion industry. Many of them are post-abortive themselves. The stories are horrific and describe in details some of the most troubling aspects about the abortion industry.
One woman comes to the abortion centre for her ninth abortion and apparently has no regrets. She is joking and jovial in her approach. She asks the abortion workers if she can see the remains of her aborted child. She is allowed to, and says, “That’s a baby. That was my baby.” She begins to cry uncontrollably repeatedly saying “What did I do?”
The book also has stories of a 16 year old clutching a teddy bear as she heads for an abortion… the frantic face of a young woman coerced into aborting quadruplets by her controlling boyfriend not to mention an abortion centre worker reassembling baby body parts in a ‘products of conception’ laboratory.
In many of the stories, the workers are eventually shocked about what is happening inside the walls of the abortion centre. Many of the workers are post abortive themselves, but find themselves in a situation where their conscience is enlightened.
These stories should enlighten the conscience of different pro-lifers to the reality of many who work in the abortion industry and hope that more individuals may have a change of heart and mind over abortion. The stories are told anonymously not for fame or scandal, but to shed light on the reality of abortion. The stories are very hard to read because of the brutal reality of an act of violence that ends the life of an unborn child. But the stories offer hope and show that nobody is beyond forgiveness. Those who have forgiven much, loves much.
Nobody knows the ins and outs of the abortion industry better than those who have worked in it. This is something that needs to be exposed. Brace yourself for a serious reality check and call for action.