Once America's largest abortion clinic, 4600 Gulfcrest Street in Houston Texas. It is time for America's hopes and prayers to be answered and this deadly "altar to molech" replaced by a Rebirth Park where love and forgiveness mean Abortion Healing. Lost babies are named and eternal relationships with them are restored. Only a section of fence and sidewalk remain; testimony to the 50 years of prayers that finally ended the greatest holocaust in human history.
After confiscation and transfer to The Memorials, the mega-clinic is replaced with a serene counseling and Rebirth Park for those suffering the grief of abortion and other losses of children. The doors of the Chapel open to pour out the sounds of a pipe organ, shofar trumpets and singing onto the memorial pond and baptismal. Testimonies and babies' names are first projected onto a granite wall and then up into heaven by 5 color laser cannons.
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After the property is acquired, all current structures are removed except a section of sidewalk, driveways and iron fence where so many faithful sidewalk heroes labored and prayed mankind's greatest holocaust out of existence. The very building that once housed America's largest abortion clinic, will prayerfully be replaced with a memorial pond in America's largest "spiritual re-birthing center".
Signature structures include a 1,200 foot stone wall, wading pond with central baptismal, Memorial Building, Chapel and support facilities to the south. Video testimonies and baby's names project onto the wall at night and then a bright laser beam shoots each name upward into the night sky.
A 3 to 4 day forgiveness and freedom encounter is provided for moms, dads, grandparents and others in need of healing from abortion's pain. Beginning in temporary facilities during construction, opportunity is given to understand God's forgiveness, to name each baby and record a short video testimony for that baby. Families can return any time in the future to see their baby's name projected onto the wall and beamed up into heaven.
The shofar sounded inside this Mega-Clinic in 2010, just two months before Houston's Mayor cut the ribbon to open it. In a two-day trial, the District Attorney retaliated brutally on behalf of Planned Parenthood and assaulted those who came to pray. The courtroom transcripts tell the story.