A pro-life leader credits God's grace for the recent success in blocking a new Planned Parenthood facility from opening.
Because of the coronavirus, the abortion clinic in Sioux Falls, South Dakota closed its doors, but nearby pro-lifers learned that Planned Parenthood had decided to open a telemedicine shop across the border in the tiny town of Luverne, Minnesota.
"The pro-life people in Luverne responded so well, so fast," shares Brian Gibson, executive director of Pro-Life Action Ministries. "We learned who the building owner was that was going to lease to Planned Parenthood, and they, under pressure from the community, decided that they were going to discontinue that lease and not allow Planned Parenthood to come in and do these telemed abortions."
Gibson says God's grace has abounded, first of all, in that the information was discovered before the facility opened.
"That is always the best situation, because once they're in and they're established … it's much harder to get them out," the pro-lifer tells OneNewsNow. "The second area where God really through His grace intervened is through His people. The people of Luverne in the general vicinity and the area of this little town in Minnesota rose up and were quick to say, 'Don't do this.'"
But even though Planned Parenthood failed in Luverne, Gibson says the nation's largest abortion chain will be looking for another location in another town to fulfill its mission of aborting preborn children, so his organization continues to ask for God's continued grace.