Rachel's Vineyard offers post-abortion healing retreats for women & men who are suffering from the effects of abortion.

Bishop Choby: A Dear Friend of Rachel’s Vineyard

Rachel’s Vineyard mourns the loss of a dear friend, Bishop David Choby of the Diocese of Nashville.  Some years ago, while hearing confessions in his cathedral, Bishop Choby saw the tremendous grief, trauma and guilt than many people suffer with following an abortion.  As a result of this experience, Bishop Choby came and made a Rachel’s Vineyard retreat with us in Western Kentucky, and then supported our team conducting retreats in the Diocese of Nashville (Middle Tennessee) as well.

Here is a short video, from a few years ago, of Bishop Choby giving his endorsement of Rachel’s Vineyard retreats for those suffering as the result of past abortions:

If you, or someone you love, is suffering from a past abortion, please join us for our next retreat, held near Owensboro, Kentucky, on the weekend of November 10-12, 2017.

For more information, contact: Debbie: 270-570-4717
debbie@hopeafterabortionky.com
or Jennifer: 931-242-5506
jennifer@hopeafterabortionky.com

 

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