Can hearts really be changed on the issue of abortion?
This film tells the powerful true story of the conversion of a dedicated Planned Parenthood director to a leading Pro-life Activist. Abby Johnson was the director of the abortion facility that was the launching pad of the bold new pro-life effort - 40 Days for Life.
Abby believed that she was helping women by working for the nation's largest abortion operation, Planned Parenthood. She quickly rose in the ranks to become the director of an abortion facility and was even given an "Employee of the Year" award.
But one Fall morning everything changed.
Abby suddenly she found herself on the other side of the fence, facing the truth about abortion. The real question now was, in her time of crisis, what would she do and who would help her?
This film reveals what happens when people pray, fast, sacrifice, love their enemies and take a stand on the most controversial issue of our time - abortion. Fences come down, hearts change, and the love of God shines light in the darkest, most unexpected places. And the evil of abortion is exposed and defeated.
The film includes exclusive interviews with those Abby encountered while she was on both sides of the fence including - the activists who prayed for her daily, the secular media who broke the big story of her conversion, the attorney who won the massive lawsuit that Planned Parenthood tried to silence her with and more.
Plus great "bonus" material featuring Fr. Frank Pavone, David Bereit, Shawn Carney, Peter Kreeft and former abortion provider Carol Everett!
After reading Unplanned and being very impressed, I was certain I’d want to watch Changing Sides the documentary DVD made about how a pro-life presence changed the heart of a Planned Parenthood director.
In much the same way that Unplanned included Abby Johnson’s thoughts and feelings about Planned Parenthood over the years, not just since she has changed sides, the DVD covers the span of her journey as well. It’s quite eye-opening and humbling to see the care and concern she had for women which inspired her to volunteer and later work for Planned Parenthood. < Full Review...