One night I walked around the abortion facility crying to God with frustration about my inability. I was praying that God would make a way for me to rescue the babies. I came home and poured my heart out into what would become my first article describing my failure to save a black baby who’s siblings were waiting with their dad in the car. I then hit the wrong keyboard button and lost the finished story. I cried again. I took it as a sign from God to give up. My anger and stubbornness, however, pressed me to rewrite it. I then taught myself how to use Weebly to make a website and wrote my second article about the woman (Julia Upton) who was responsible for facilitating this black baby’s death. Writing, which I hadn’t done since I was at school, was helping me to vent my frustration and give me a voice now that I was banned from radio. I even wrote about being rejected from fostering due to being a Christian.
In September Rachelle Holman donated a guest article which proved more popular than anything I could write. In October I wrote about Dr Barnardoes little-known prophecy coming true in my lifetime and in November exposed the scandal of the missing children linked to Mission Partnership.
Things only got worse when in December I exposed the ‘abortion-friendly’ Christian Cafe; January saw me write about the Christian Creche that has a less than friendly record towards children and in February I voiced my unbelief that our local Vicar could be found working at the abortion facility whilst being Director of the Milton Keynes Christian Foundation who teach children how to sodomise and get an abortion without their parents knowledge. Where’s the public outrage? How dare we ever sing ‘Onward Christian Soldiers’ again!
March 2017’s article: The Sin of Saving Babies from Abortion brings me to the year-end bemoaning the compromise of the ‘secretly Christian’ abolitionists around the world who leave their Ephesians 6 ‘Armour of God’ home in their wardrobes whilst joining with secular abolition groups who refuse to share the Gospel on their websites, literature, sandwich boards, humongous banners [His banner over us is… secular?] or even verbally. This article created a big stir as Abort67 rightly albeit unrepentantly identified themselves as one of the groups I was alluding to. Their UK leader, Andrew Stephenson quickly ‘unfriending’ me via Facebook and his parents hurried to do the same. The more Biblical one’s walk becomes: the