I received this email from pro-lifer Tom Dekker of Sunnyside, WA, a little while ago:

You have been such an encouragement to me and my family, I want to pass along the events of my morning to you in hopes that it will be an encouragement to you.

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I stopped by the gas station down the street from my office to buy a soda. There was an Asian woman at the counter asking for directions in broken English.
I recognized the street name from a new business development in town.
There are 3 businesses on the street, and the only one open is Planned Parenthood [pictured left], but I offered to drive there and have them follow me….

When we got to the intersection, I stopped to ask what business they were looking for, and the young mother explained to me that she was pregnant and “needed” to have an abortion. I told her that my mother couldn’t keep me when I was born, but instead gave me up for adoption. I asked her to please not have an abortion, and to follow me to a better place with more choices for her.
She, her husband and 18-month-old boy followed me 10 miles to Life Options, our local CareNet pregnancy center. (We stopped by the local office, but they were closed, so I asked them to follow me to the Grandview office.) By the grace of God, they followed a complete stranger. I got all 3 of them inside, and as I left, the nurse was coming out to give them counseling.
I have absolutely no doubt that the events of this morning were orchestrated by God. Please keep the young mother (Judy) in your prayers.

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And, at least for this morning in Sunnyside, WA, the score is Life, 1; Planned Parenthood, 0.

Tom’s email was indeed a wonderful encouragement to me, and he gave me permission to encourage you with it, too. Please keep Judy, her baby, and their family in your prayers.
Some lessons: Always have your antennae up, and bloom where you are planted.
Good work, Tom. Today, all across the country, pro-lifers like Tom are helping mothers and saving babies in all sorts of ways. This post is dedicated to them.
[Flower graphic via LiveAction.org]

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