Abby Johnson of "Unplanned" Puts Together Pro-Life Series
A Christian and outspoken right-to-life advocate, she continues to expose the ugly truth about America's abortion industry.
Abby Johnson is a former abortion clinic director who became pro-life when she personally witnessed an unborn baby fighting for its life during the ultrasound-assisted abortion that killed it. Her story was vividly portrayed in last year's hit movie Unplanned, which starred Christian actress Ashley Bratcher and was based on Johnson's memoir by the same name.
Johnson is now an outspoken right-to-life activist and even runs a ministry dedicated to helping abortion workers leave that business like she herself did many years ago. Her new series with the Christian streaming service Pure Flix, Beautiful Lives: with Abby Johnson, profiles other women who have done just that, including a former abortion clinic director, a nurse, and a researcher who had engaged in building a computer network to commoditize the body parts of babies killed in abortions.
Though it flies in the face of the women's-healthcare rhetoric peddled by abortion behemoth Planned Parenthood - Johnson's former employer - the money-making aspect of the mass killing of innocents is, of course, the primary driver of the industry. By exposing that fact, Johnson believes this five-part series will prove particularly impactful for those who remain ambivalent about this life and death issue.
"If you are on the fence about abortion, or want to know more about the inner workings of the abortion industry, Beautiful Lives is a must-watch series."
Johnson is a committed Believer and comes at this issue from a loving Christian perspective, not one of condemnation. While she acknowledges the subject matter the women share is "shocking," she points out that, like in her own life, each case will "reveal how powerful God's mercy and love is" and highlight His ability to bring about redemption where there is repentance.
The trailer below will give you a feel for what to expect from the program. And if you'd like to watch it, you can sign up for a free trial of Pure Flix streaming service via this link to the company's website.