Pro-life stalwart and friend Leslie, who blogs at The Passionate Pro-Lifer and comments here as well, lost one of her precious twin granddaughters, Tuesday, on January 30, to cancer.
So Leslie had been missing from the sidewalk counseling scene at the Rocky Mountain Planned Parenthood mega-abortion mill while in mourning, until this past Saturday when she ventured back. She described the following incident on her blog:
I’m not certain how long Ron has been an “escort” for evil, Planned Parenthood in Denver. But, I can say this, he has gone out of his way to be unkind to those who try to rescue those being unjustly led to the slaughter.
Today, on my first venture to CO’s slaughterhouse for some time, I was astonished to be approached by a Planned Parenthood death-scort….
Ron came across the street to speak to me today. As he approached, I recall wondering if he was coming to chastise me for some crazy regulation I was violating, or if he would yell at me for – what ever?
Nevertheless, Ron spoke to me in a completely different manner than ever before.
Ron Pringle spoke into my heart today, in a way that completely baffled my mind. He told me that he had heard about my twin grand daughter, Tuesday’s passing.
He told me today that he was a twin. He admitted that he was a grandfather.
Ron Pringle told me that he was sorry that my grand baby had died.
I couldn’t quite believe he was telling me these words.
In my choked up voice, I thanked him. But, I softly spoke these words.
“You’ve got to get out of this business.”
He leaned into me and said “What?”
“You have to get out of this business, Ron.”
He nodded his head, yes.
I can’t quite believe that he meant what he acknowledged.
Yet, I pray that the prayers of my friends and myself will bear fruit.
Many people don’t realize pro-life sidewalk counselors attempt to minister not only to mothers and families entering abortion mills but also to mill workers and abortionists. Many have abandoned that evil world with the help and support of sidewalk counselors.
I pray Ron is the next to leave. And I thank my special friend Leslie for standing in the gap despite her overwhelming pain.
[Photos of Tuesday and Ron courtesy of The Passionate Pro-Lifer]