An abortion center employee has been talking to the 40 Days for Life prayer volunteers outside of her workplace - and she wants out!Hopefully, their colleagues join them sooner or later. It would be great to see those abortion mills shutting down due to the lack of staff.
Her message was simple - she just couldn't take it any longer. It was time to look for a new job.
She asked the vigil participants to pray for her. She said she couldn't simply quit her job, because she needs the income. Her prayer request was that she be able to find a suitable position elsewhere so she could give her notice at the clinic.
She also said the prayers of the vigil participants have a definite impact at the clinic. "When there are prayers happening outside, she said the tone of what happens inside changes," the local campaign coordinator told me. "Everyone is aware of their presence, and she for one, can no longer pretend that what is happening is OK."
There are women in Carson City, Nevada who "can't take it any longer" either. Because of 40 Days for Life, they've learned the shocking truth that the ob/gyn practice they go to for routine health care also does abortions.
Friday, April 3, 2009
Thanks to the 40 Days for Life vigil, she just can't take it any more. And, as it turns out, she's not the only one who doesn't want to stay in the abortion business: