Note from Pastor Kevin Lea:  I saw this movie on Sunday, Oct 31, 2018 with my wife and some friends.  When they asked me what my thoughts were, I responded with, “When judgment comes to America, it will be just.”  This is a must see movie for all, and I pray that it will lead many to repentance and forgiveness that can only be found by having humble submissive faith in the biblical Jesus.

By Micaiah Bilger

Oct 31, 2018

Missouri lawyer Adam Mill was “agnostic” about the abortion issue before seeing “Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer.”

But like many others who have watched the film, Mill said he changed his mind after learning about the reality of the abortion industry in America today.

“Gosnell,” which opened Oct. 12, follows the true story of Kermit Gosnell, a Philadelphia abortionist who murdered newborn babies and committed numerous other crimes inside his “house of horrors” abortion facility. It stars Dean Cain (“Lois & Clark”) and is directed by Nick Searcy (“The Shape of Water,” “Justified”). It broke into the top 10 films in its first weekend.

Writing for The Federalist, Mill said the film “shattered my sheltered agnosticism over abortion.”

“When the sounds of a crying baby can be heard in an abortion clinic, I am forced to admit that abortion stalks the edges of the definition of murder,” he wrote.

What was eye opening for him was how Gosnell killed the babies. According to the grand jury report, Gosnell often induced labor and late-term babies were born alive, then he or one of his staff would take a pair of—-

To read this article in its entirety, go to:

Attorney Becomes Pro-Life After Watching “Gosnell” Movie: “At Some Point It’s Not Abortion, It’s Murder”

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