Rebecca had just signed a dancing contract with the Washington National Opera when she found out she was pregnant. As a single woman, taking time out for a pregnancy would likely have a crippling effect on her career. And then there’s finding childcare to match a dancer’s erratic schedule. Rebecca was a Christian but felt totally overwhelmed, so she went into an herbal store to try to attempt a holistic abortion. What she found was a pro-life saleslady who directed Rebecca to a local pro-life women help center. What changed her mind about the abortion wasn’t the ultrasound, but a revealing conversation with a post-abortive woman. Rebecca didn’t keep her appointment at Planned Parenthood that morning. Instead, with the help of a friend, she broke the news to the soon-to-be grandparents, and it all worked out.
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