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Unplanned Chapter 12, ‘A Holy Rush’

I found reading this chapter ironic because throughout the day I had a number of conversations triggered by Bryan Kemper’s recent blog discussing whether or not hearts can be changed to understand abortion as wrong without Christ being the center of this conversation.   After participating in and watching an ultrasound guided abortion (see my […]

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Unplanned Chapter 9, ‘Irreconcilable Difference’

For abortion or against abortion?   Abortion is okay at six weeks, but not at 22 weeks?  Throughout this chapter Abby shares about an inner and outer battle with her pro-abortion stance.  Whether aware at the time or not Abby would pick and choose when abortion was not okay, and when excuses were made to […]

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Unplanned Chapter 8, ‘My Enemy, My Friend’

At this point in the book Abby has taken over as the Planned Parenthood director for a clinic in Texas and the first few weeks turn out to be very eventful . . . As the new director of Planned Parenthood Abby had two goals she really worked to accomplish: Reduce the numbers of abortions […]

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Unplanned Chapter 7 ‘The Code of Conduct’

It saddens me that those who work for abortion clinics are often fearful for their safety and sometimes have threats on their life. During this chapter Abby writes about the peaceful presence outside of the Planned Parenthood she worked at in Texas. Despite the peaceful presence instituted by the efforts of Coalition for Life there […]

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Reflection on Abby Johnson’s Book ‘Unplanned’

Over the last few months I’ve been reading Abby Johnson’s book Unplanned where Abby shares about her experience of working at Planned Parenthood then converting to the pro-life side two years ago, after watching an ultrasound guided abortion.  Please join with me in reflecting upon Unplanned by commenting and sharing your thoughts about the book. Read my reflections […]