Friday, July 29, 2011

“After the Choice” with Georgette Forney

While prochoice and prolife dialogue continues, let’s acknowledge that no matter how you feel about the issue, in the U.S. alone there are 3,250 abortions every day and each woman involved has her own unique reaction at the time and as time goes on. What do you do with the feelings, the fears, the questions and what if’s? Georgette Forney had an abortion when she was 16. Nineteen years later she experienced healing, forgiveness and reconciliation after going through the Forgiven and Set Free healing program. Through her restoration, she began to understand more about the negative impact abortion has on women and on society. Now, her passion for helping women find peace after abortion is matched only by her desire to see young people make positive life choices.

Georgette serves as Director of the National “Silent No More” Awareness Campaign. She’s addressed groups like the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children’s annual conference in England and Princeton University’s Organization of Women Leaders Conference. I believe this gentle Woman to Woman® conversation will empower anyone who’s discovered that abortion did not solve the problem and will offer hope for the same kind of breakthrough that Georgette had. Please recommend this show whenever you can.