Long, sad, day for family from Morro Bay
On their way to Bakersfield, Kristina’s daughters kept sending text messages to their friend encouraging her not to go through with the abortion. Kristina and her family are committed Christians, and their friend is also a Christian, so they were encouraging her from God’s Word and offering to adopt her baby. The primary motivation for the abortion appeared to be the mixed race of the baby.
The pregnant girl’s mother drove her to the abortion chamber, explaining that “she is stubborn, so she would do it anyway.”
By the time Kristina and her family arrived in Bakersfield, their friend was already inside. It was a long, busy, day at the abortion chamber, with abortionist Kenneth Wright being on site for about 11 hours. Amy gave Kristina a teddy bear with a booklet “The Story of a Perfect Love” (containing the Book of John from the Bible) and post-abortion literature to give their friend when she came out. Almost six hours after they arrived, Kristina and her family looked across the dark parking lot to see their friend finally exiting the abortion chamber.
“I’m sorry, I’m so, so, sorry,” she sobbed, as the whole family cried with her.
May God bless this Morro Bay family for their act of love. Too many in their situation would have rationalized their inaction because of the distance involved.
“And whoever gives one of these little ones only a cup of cold water in the name of a disciple, assuredly, I say to you, he shall by no means lose his reward.”
- Matthew 10:42