by Steven Ertelt | Washington, DC | LifeNews.com | 2/3/14 2:53 PM
Abby Johnson, the former director of a Planned Parenthood abortion business, made national news when she quit her job years ago and became pro-life. Since that time, the Planned Parenthood abortion facility where she worked has closed down.
Now, Johnson, in an effort to help women and children, is heading a new pregnancy center in the area. Johnson announced today that the new center will begin serving the women of the Brazos Valley in early 2014.
“I left Planned Parenthood because I realized that I wasn’t helping women there. I wasn’t empowering them. I became pro-life but I have never stopped being pro-woman,” she told LifeNews in a statement. The Guiding Star Project, with their vision for community based Guiding Star centers, has finally given me the opportunity to do what I have wanted all along – to help and serve women, while respecting their dignity and the dignity of the unborn as well.” [Read the full article here: Pregnancy Resources]