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Kentucky’s Prominent Abortion Mill Listed for Sale

“Better is the end of a thing than its beginning, and the patient in spirit is better than the proud in spirit.” – Ecclesiastes 7:8

The pro-life movement in Kentucky has great reason to rejoice all across the Commonwealth. The celebration comes with the news that Kentucky’s prominent abortion mill, EMW Women’s Surgical Center, is closing and is now listed for sale.

Since 1981, EMW has been the primary abortion mill in the Commonwealth where unfortunately thousands upon thousands of preborn children were killed in the womb. The gut-wrenching reality is that EMW is responsible for the termination of over 100,000 pre-born children. The work of EMW spanned a six-state region where the abortion mill enticed vulnerable women into ending the lives of their pre-born children.

This monumental moment of EMW closing follows the U.S. Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade which took place on June 24, 2022, and put into effect Kentucky’s pro-life trigger law that prohibits abortion. Praise be to God, the murder mill known as EMW that egregiously ended the lives of so many in the womb has not been able to perform abortions for nearly a year and it results in EMW going out of business for good.

This is an encouraging reminder that the patient prayers and actions of faithful Christians are never in vain. For the last forty-plus years that EMW has been in business, tireless pro-life advocates have been greatly influential in leading our state to this wonderful moment where life is cherished in the Commonwealth. Although much work remains to be accomplished, let us rejoice in the closure of Kentucky’s prominent abortion mill knowing it is no longer terminating the lives of innocent children in the womb.

Father, we praise You for the closure of the EMW Women’s Surgical Center that ended the lives of way too many pre-born children. Lord, we praise You that life is winning here in our Commonwealth. Father, empower us to always advocate for Your truth as we know it is never in vain. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.