Women Hurt by Abortion Support Tebow and His Mom in Super Bowl Ad
February 1, 2010
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, (christiansunite.com) -- The women of Operation Outcry support Tim Tebow and his mother Pam as they share their story in an ad sponsored by Focus on the Family during Super Bowl XLIV. Tebow's mother, Pam, had a difficult pregnancy and was advised to abort her son by her physician, but she obviously chose life for him rather than abortion.
Women of Operation Outcry are also courageously speaking out, sharing their personal stories, so that our nation will know the truth, "Abortion Hurts Women."
"As a representative of thousands of women who have been hurt by abortion, like myself, I can say we are proud to support Pam Tebow and her son, Tim, for courageously sharing the beauty of her decision for life during the Super Bowl TV ad. Like so many women, we all wish that someone had been there for us in our time of difficulty to tell us the truth about abortion and to encourage us to choose life. Instead, the aftermath of abortion haunts us for a lifetime." says Lisa Dudley, National Director, Operation Outcry.
"As a woman who has experienced the pain and heartache of abortion, I am thankful for Pam and Tim Tebow's courageous message. I've spoken with many women from Louisiana and across the nation that have suffered with the life long pain and heartache caused by abortion. Pam Tebow does not have to live with an empty heart or the pain of an abortion. Instead she lives with the hugs of her son, Tim, and with a message of healing, hope and victory", stated Cindy Collins, Louisiana, Co-Host of Faces of Abortion Television Program and International Director for Operation Outcry.
Operation Outcry is an international ministry of The Justice Foundation that is touching hearts through the testimony of those who have been hurt by abortion: changing lives by helping those hurt find hope and healing; for those considering making that tragic choice, finding safe alternatives to abortion; and restoring justice by the collection of Declarations for use in courts and legislatures throughout the world. Operation Outcry continues to collect these Declarations and has collected over 4,600 testimonies from those hurt by abortion.