Gianna Jessen Asks Congress: “If abortion is about women’s rights, then what were mine?”

“Instead of dying, after 18 hours of being burned in my mother’s womb, I was delivered alive in an abortion clinic in Los Angeles on April the 6th, 1977. My medical records state: “Born alive during saline abortion” at 6 am.”

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Gianna Jessen survived a saline abortion 38 years ago. She is a living miracle and a pro life advocate. She asked a House Judiciary Committee a powerful question. “If abortion is about women’s rights, then what were mine?”

Listen to her powerful story here. Life matters.

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Esther Laurie
Esther Laurie is a staff writer at ChurchLeaders.com. Her background is in communication and church ministry. She believes in the power of the written word and the beauty of transformation and empowering others. When she’s not working, she loves running, exploring new places and time with friends and family. It’s her goal to work the word ‘whimsy’ into most conversations.