Why should it matter?

They did it!!!  David, who prayed in Pittsburgh as well, was one of the prayer warriors!

Wonderful news and update from David S. , who, while temporarily working/training in Pittsburgh,  prayed with us in Pittsburgh during the 40 Days for Life campaign. He emailed me in response to the most recent email with this post. Praise and thanksgiving!  Another PP clinic is closing.  Read the letter from the coordinator of his community’s campaign.I am very excited and thankful to pass along the news that the Fishers Planned Parenthood is officially closing on July 26



What does it matter to you?  

What are you going to do?  

When you read the headlines, do you think “It’s not mine”?  

When you read of lives lost, do you think of the cost?

What does it matter to you?


The word, matter, is used in slogans these days… all lives, black lives, police lives, children’s lives  (oh, back up a moment)…. all lives (but not the aborted) black lives (but not those targeted by PP);  police lives (not those in utero who may have grown up to be police) and children’s lives (except those in utero).

Google it:  The verb, matter, means “of importance or significance”.  The noun, matter, meansphysical substance in general, as distinct from mind and spirit; (in physics) that which occupies space and possesses rest mass, especially as distinct from energy.”

Former abortion workers  did not think that other people’s lives mattered- especially the unborn child.   They took part in abortions daily.  Working as security guards, escorts, receptionists, medical support or the person who performed the abortion, what ever had to happen to get the customer to choose an abortion, they did.  The baby would die.  Many women who worked in abortion clinics aborted their own children as well.  Their own children did not matter to them.
But many have had a change of heart.
Metanoia:  change in one’s way of life resulting from penitence or spiritual conversion.
Click the link to Abortionworker.com (with printable information) website.
Former  abortion workers decided They Can Do It!  They can do better!  
                                                                               They can save lives!  
And in turn, save their own lives.

Abortionworker.com- the ministry started by Abby Johnson (second from left) used a Rosie the Riveter campaign in “Quitting Takes Courage”.

Quitting takes courage

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The unborn matter to people in Pittsburgh.

WE CAN HELP ABORTION WORKERS CHANGE THEIR HEARTS!  We can help them find the courage to quit working at an abortion mill.  We can help show them that God “loved us into being more then just matter”  because we are all made in the image and likeness of God.  

Pray for their conversion (metanoia) of heart; reach out; tell them about Abortionworker.com.  Print and reach out with the resources from Abortionworker.com (with printable information)


Abby Johnson speaks to those who work for PP.    The pro-life group,  Secular Pro-life.org  reviews Abby  Johnson’s book  The Walls Are Talking.


If you think you can’t, you won’t try.   We can do this.  We can be strong in our convictions like the women whom “Rosie” represented.  We can be the change the world needs.  We can pray, educate and help change the hearts of women and men who work in the abortion industry.                                        WE  CAN DO THIS!

40 Days for Life:

Fall 2016 campaign- September 28 through November 6

Whose lives matter to you?   What do you plan to do?  

Check out the 40 Days for Life- Pittsburgh schedule for the fall campaign.   Vigil Schedule