Holding On

Independent

Later in life, very few people fail to question an act that can never be undone. The finality of abortion can threaten the human mind with devastating consequences. This work does not judge anyone because every circumstance is unique to the parent or parents. HOLDING ON IS THE TALE OF A MAN HAUNTED BY A BOTCHED ABORTION THAT HE DID NOTHING TO PREVENT. AS HE WALKS AN EMPTY BEACH HE MEETS A MYSTERIOUS STRANGER WHO SEEMS TO BE A FUTURE VERSION OF HIMSELF. THE STRANGER GRADUALLY RELATES EVEN DEADLIER NEWS. IF YOU HAVE TO STOP SOMETHING, SURELY THAT MEANS THAT WHATEVER IT IS YOU ARE TRYING TO STOP, HAS ALREADY BEGUN?
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Publisher
Independent
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Published on
Dec 8, 2018
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Pages
112
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Language
English
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Genres
Body, Mind & Spirit / Unexplained Phenomena
Fiction / Christian / Suspense
Fiction / Mystery & Detective / General
Fiction / Thrillers / Psychological
Religion / Christianity / Catholic
Social Science / Abortion & Birth Control
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This book narrates the harrowing and life-changing experiences of former abortion clinic workers, including those of the author, who once directed abortion services at a large Planned Parenthood clinic in Texas. These individuals, whose names have been changed to protect their identities, left their jobs in the abortion industry after experiencing a change of heart. They have come forward with their stories, not for fame or notoriety, but to shed light on the reality of abortion. They want their stories to change the lives of others for the better.


These stories are difficult to read, because an abortion is an act of violence, harming not only the obvious victim—the unborn child-- but also the mother, the father, the doctor, and everyone else involved. But these stories also offer hope, for they show that anyone, no matter what part the person has played in an abortion, can start anew, can make amends for past mistakes. They demonstrate that the first step on that journey is telling the truth, as these courageous individuals do in these pages.

"Those of us that have worked in the abortion industry all live with a constant burden. We can't let our burden slide off of our shoulders; it is what keeps us on fire. It reminds us of why we fight so hard. We have seen death and evil in a way that most haven't—and we participated. But we are forgiven. He who has been forgiven much, loves much. And we love a lot. I am eagerly awaiting the day when we can call all abortionists and clinic workers former and repentant abortion providers."

— Abby Johnson, author

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