“I’ve changed my mind” at the University of Central Florida


A member of The Center for Bio-Ethical Reform hands a student educational material in front of their graphic anti-abortion display by the UCF Reflecting Pond on Monday. (Photo/caption from Central Florida Future)

The CBR team just wrapped up two days at the U of Central Florida.  CBR Project Director Lincoln Brandenburg (Georgia) reported on a baby’s life saved:

Just had a student at UCF tell us in tears, “It’s so weird that you guys are here today. … I think I’m pregnant, and I was considering abortion because I don’t want kids, but after seeing these pictures I’ve changed my mind.”

We are thrilled when post-abortive women join us in this work.  Debbie Picarello of Knoxville is deeply involved in the work of Deeper Still, a ministry to women (and men) who have been wounded by abortion.  She also volunteers for GAP projects all over the US.  Debbie’s presence was noted in the article and she was also quoted:

Debbie Picarello, a volunteer from CBR and Deeper Still, a ministry that provides healing retreats for both men and women who have had abortions, has had one herself.

“After a child has been aborted there’s a mother and a father left behind,” Picarello said.

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