Women Pro-Life Leaders

Pro-choice people always like to complain about pro-life leaders being men, and saying things like “they will never be pregnant!” First of all, an abortion affects a child-one that is not only the mother’s, but the father’s as well. Abortion affects men as well. But for all of those women out there who hate pro-life leaders being men, I’d like to point out a few brave, amazing pro-life women:

Kelly Clinger

“Kelly Clinger has been singing and playing piano for many years. Once an extra on the Mickey Mouse Club and a background vocalist for Britney Spears, Kelly turned her life over to the Lord in 2003 after years of heartache and pain caused by the music industry, divorce, and addiction. Now, at 32 years old, Kelly is married to Matt Clinger and has 2 children, Evin (age 12) and Logan (age 7).

Kelly is passionate about worship…teaching it, leading it and revealing God’s heart through it. With a strong prophetic gifting and a revelation of Jesus’ returning for His bride, Kelly has many gifts to share.
In Your Delay is a collection of songs that the Lord has given her to tell stories, ask questions and hasten the second coming of Jesus Christ.

Kelly has a heart for hurting women and wants to share the power that the blood of Jesus Christ has had on her life. Her songs are healing and poignant. She currently lives in McDonough, Georgia and travels frequently to tell her story and use the giftings that the Lord has given her.”

Clinger herself has had an abortion, and works to help other women who are post-abortive like herself. She is a pro-life leader dedicated to the cause.

Abby Johnson

“Abby Johnson has always had a fierce determination to help women in need. It was this desire that both led Abby to a career with Planned Parenthood, our nation’s largest abortion provider, and caused her to flee the organization and become an outspoken advocate for the pro-life movement.”

Abby Johnson has also had abortions herself, and helps other post-abortive women. A former Planned Parenthood worker, she has completely turned around and is now a strong leader of the pro-life cause.

Jill Stanek

“Jill was a registered nurse in the Labor & Delivery Department at Christ Hospital in Oak Lawn, IL. She discovered not only were abortions being committed there, but babies were being aborted alive to die without medical care.

When hospital leaders said that they would not stop, Jill went public and has become a national figure in the effort to protect both born and pre-born infants.”

Stanek was brave to give up her job in the name of life. She continues to be a wonderful pro-life leader, standing up for unborn children.

Kristan Hawkins

“Since high school, Kristan Hawkins has been an advocate for the unborn and pro-life speaker/trainer. Her pro-life career began when she was asked to volunteer at a Pregnancy Resource Center during her sophomore year of high school. After spending 3 months counseling women not to abort their children, Kristan started the first pro-life group at her high school and eventually was asked to be the West Virginia Teens for Life President. It was during high school, where Kristan organized her first political protest and events aimed at educating students about abortion.”

Hawkins continues to protest abortion and works with Students for Life of America.

Norma McCorvey

Does this name sound familiar to you? Probably so-Norma McCorvey was Jane Roe in the 1973 Supreme Court case of Roe v. Wade. I’m not sure if you know, but McCorvey, a leader of abortion rights in 1973, is now 100% pro-life. That’s right, the woman who started it all is PRO-LIFE. Even the Roe in Roe v. Wade is pro-life, so does that tell you yet that abortion is a bad idea?

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4 responses to “Women Pro-Life Leaders

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