Nov. 17 Benefit Breakfast Features Pro-Life Actress, Model, and Author Jennifer O’Neill
Actress, model, and author Jennifer O’Neill speaks to the Broward Right to Life Benefit Breakfast on Sat., Nov. 17 at 9 am.
A lead actress in Summer of ‘42, O’Neill appeared in a long list of popular feature movies and was a CoverGirl spokeswoman for three decades. Today, she speaks candidly about her personal pain from abortion and the freedom and healing she’s found in Christ.
Broward Right to Life Benefit Breakfast
Pressured to Abort
Excited to be pregnant in her early 20s, she told the father who immediately replied she wasn’t having a baby, but an abortion. Pressured, she relented.
“He took me to make sure I had the abortion,” she said. “And when it happened, I knew I hated myself profoundly and forever.” Years later, she came to faith in Christ and found “there is reconciliation, wholeness and healing in Jesus Christ, even for abortion.”
Jennifer O’Neill is today the spokesperson for the International Silent No More Awareness Campaign – a non-denominational, post-abortion healing organization.The National Right to Life Committee honored Jennifer with the Proudly Pro-Life Award for her work in communicating the negative impact abortion has on women and families.
She appears often on radio and TV shows on behalf of the unborn. The subjects of post-abortive hope and healing are highlighted in all eight of Jennifer’s books.
O’Neill embraces her “hope and healing” theme by sharing her life’s experiences with a passion, humor and enthusiasm that resonates with all generations.
RSVP And Mark Your Calendar
You’ll be fascinated by Jennifer O'Neill's pro-life testimony and her outspoken witness for the unborn and post-abortive women. Mark your calendar and plan to attend this special gathering to celebrate life on Sat., Nov. 17.
Pro-life actress, model and author Jennifer O'Neill, will speak to the Broward Right to Life Benefit Breakfast, Saturday, Nov. 17, at 9 am.
A lead actress in Summer of ‘42, Jennifer O’Neill speaks candidly today about her personal pain from abortion and the freedom and healing she’s found in Christ.