Responses to the 180 Movie: “What I Do With My Body Is Between Me and My God!”

At the time of this post, we have received more than 700 emails via the “feedback” feature of the website. The vast majority of the messages are extremely positive, with some of them being so moving as to bring me to tears–messages like this one:

I once thought the same way as the others in this movie but through those like you that planted the seed God took over and has been changing my life ever since. I have had abortions, yes more than one. I wish so much now that it would’ve been illegal. I was pushed into it by sexual sin. I had so many people tell me it was the right thing to do. Big mistake. I have a wonderful nine-year-old son, now, and just the thought of him never having a voice, never making it into my arms, brings me to tears. God has rules for our own good. God always makes a way for us, and my son has changed me for the better, and he has changed my life. When I had my son I realized what a huge sacrifice God made for us, to send his only Son to be tortured, and made to die on a cross . . . I choose life with the guidance of my Savior, I chose to follow the God that knows my sinful heart and loves me anyway . . . When I’m am asked about my beliefs, my religion, I simply say, “I am forgiven and grateful, thank you Jesus–the only one who died for me.”

Or this one:

I’ve had multiple abortions and I’ve heard abortion compared to the Holocaust before. But, I’ve never understood why. I’ve avoided discussing or advocating on any side of the issue for many years. This video has been popping up all over Facebook. I finally clicked on the link. I am a history buff with a passion for WWII. My attention was immediately grabbed. As soon as the switch to abortion began I wanted to stop watching, but I couldn’t. Part of me needed to keep watching. I don’t know what to do with this information, but I think it is changing the way I view these things. I might need to watch it again. That’s something I never thought I’d say.

Note: when we receive emails like the one above, we make contact with the person via email to provide encouragement and to share the gospel with them.

We also receive messages that leave you scratching your head, as the ignorance of people around the world is brought into plain view…


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