Saturday, April 4, 2015

The Good Friday We Spent Praying Inside the Abortuary!

Good Friday always takes me back to the sweet cross which Christ willingly laid his life down upon, so that we may have life. It is a time to contemplate the tremendous sacrifice HE made so many years ago.  

This year as I headed down the road for our Good Friday Hour of Prayer & Praise, I thanked the Lord for the opportunity to go and sing praises to HIS name, read scripture and pray in front of a dark place of death; the Woman Care abortuary, owned by abortionist Ralph Bundy.

Upon arriving there was construction everywhere, but this did not stop us as we stood in the dirt
with tractors and trucks driving all around us as we sang to the King and read His precious word.  It wasn't a pretty place to be, it was dirty and noisy, but it didn't matter, we knew we were where we were supposed to be!

We had many people let us know they were thankful we were there, along with opportunities to really speak to people, even a precious Christian married couple who had a business in the complex with this abortuary.  They were horrified at the thought of this place of death being there, and shared how they had been wanting to get out of there because business wasn't good.  I was able to explain to them that when there is a place where little baby boys and girls are being sacrificed on the altar of Molech, there would be a curse on that building and nothing would prosper.  This couple got it and really understood what I was talking about.  I gave them all kinds of information and made plans to go out to lunch to talk more, another time.

Toward the end of our service, as we were singing Amazing Grace, I felt compelled to go to the door of the mill and pray right there.  I asked my friend Allura who was standing next to me if she would want to join me, and she immediately said, "Yes, I would love to do that!"

So we began to head up that way and soon, others were following.

As Allura and I were walking toward this place of death, I then felt compelled to go inside the abortuary and pray, so I shared this with her, and again she said, "Yes!"

When we walked up to the door, it looked as though they were open (normally they are closed on Friday).  Sure enough as the door knob was turned, they were open!  We looked inside and no one
was at the receptionists desk and one woman was sitting in this small waiting room.

We looked at each other and walked inside, with the other 5 fellow warrior friends following us! We all sat down and immediately began to pray in this very evil place!  We pleaded with the Lord to remove the strongholds which has kept this dark and wicked place in bondage.  We cried out for this place to be closed.  We prayed for conviction to fall on the employees.

It was a moment I will never forget, a Good Friday that will never be forgotten!

The whole time we were there, God kept us hidden as not one employee came to the front, we were left to completely pray as long as we felt led!

Allura & Amber talking with woman!

When were finished, we began to file out except for a couple of us who stayed to speak with a woman that was sitting in the waiting room and heard our prayers!  Her daughter was in the back, to which we encouraged her to go and get her out.  We gave her literature and really talked with her.  We did not see her go back, but we pray she did when we left.

Allura, Irene, Pat, Me, Amber, Terra & Russ!

As we walked out of those doors of death, we were all in a sense of awe at what God had just done! We all just really looked at each other and thanked the Lord for hiding, protecting, and allowing us to go inside that abortuary and pray for it's closure!

There are those times when you know deep down inside that God is prompting you to do something; yesterday was one of those times for me.  I thank God I did not shove that prompting down and ignore that still, sweet voice of the Lord.  I thank God for the friends HE has placed around me that are filled with Him, and filled with the courage and boldness that can only come from the Lord.  For in our flesh, we would not have wanted to walk into that dark and dank place that makes it's money off of killing little baby boys and girls.

I pray now that we will see this place closed, this I pray Lord, please close this place of death down!

"For in the time of trouble He shall hide me in His pavilion: in the secret of His tabernacle shall He hide me; He shall set me up upon a rock. And now shall mine head be lifted up above mine enemies round about me: therefore will I offer in His tabernacle sacrifices of joy; I will sing, yea, I will sing praises unto the Lord."  Psalm 27:5-6

****Photo Credit of Prayer & Praise picture & You Tube Video to Amber Carroll


  1. Thank you for sharing this unique opportunity the Lord provided to pray against the evil of abortion and for the pre-born babies, their mothers and this grandmother. Bless you for answering his call. No one should fear but welcome promptings like these. Blessed Good Friday, Hallowed Resurrection Day!

  2. You should all be charged with trespassing and violating FACE I hope you go to jail. I have no issue with you praying outside THAT is your right. It is not your right to try to disrupt a place of business with your "need" to "rescue" people who already rejected your so called help. I hope you get over yourselves and learn healthy boundaries.

    1. And if your neighbour, in the privacy of his back yard was beating his toddler to death, would it be okay with you if I trespassed in an attempt to save this child? Even if the husband told me to mind my own business and get off his land? Are these the healthy boundaries you wish we would learn?

  3. Not sure how anyone can call it trespassing. It is a business that is open to the public. When they were asked to leave, they did. Actually, they showed more respect than those "Black Lives Matter" crashers who keep invading restaurants or the union protesters who descend upon Walmart shoppers. Oh, sorry, those are liberal causes so therefore are not considered to be trespassing! And what about "healthy boundaries" for the babies in the womb? Like maybe leaving them there until they are ready to be born?

    1. Yes, and Mary Wagner spent 2 years in jail for doing exactly that: interfering with a business, that business being the killing of children and the maiming of women. She is in jail again in Toronto, called by God to rescue those whose lives are being forfeit. We need more courageous women like Mary. Maybe these ladies will remain in place the next time they go in; in solidarity with the babies and with Mary and Linda Gibbons who are in prison for Christ.

  4. The babys' 'place of residence' is being invaded by anyone trying to do them harm. They are hidden from sight in order to grow and develop in God's time. 'NO TRESPASSING' means do not disturb MY place in MY home.
    There will be no peace in the world until there is peace in the womb!

  5. Keep your religious nuttery to yourselves. I find it ironic you bow and scrape to a middle-east god that slaughtered every pregnant woman and "innocent child" in the supposed global Noah's Flood. There is no logic to the religious brain.

  6. As a Catholic I was taught to spend Good Friday in private prayer. Only the Pharisees made a big deal of public displays of devotion.

    1. As a Catholic, we are expected to spend Good Friday walking Calvary with Christ. This is exactly what these brave ladies did. Bravo!

  7. Thank you for your courage in standing up against the great evil of abortion. You were not trespassing; it is a place of business open to the public. Sadly, the business is death, so if you can interfere with that, it is God's work. The anger of those enmeshed in the sin of abortion calls out to us for greater prayer: for their souls, for mercy on us all, for compassion on those caught up in such great sin.