Gianna by Jessica Shaver Renshaw

Gianna, Jessica Shaver Renshaw, Abortion, Biography, Abortion Survivor, Pro-life, Books For Evangelism, evangelism, book review, Gianna: Aborted, and Lived to Tell about It is an incredible true story of a girl’s journey from abortion to defender of life. Gianna’s 17-year old mother was desperate and too young to understand things and believed that abortion was the best thing for her. On April 16, 1977, Tina sought for a saline solution procedure but due to some unexplainable reasons, things didn’t go according to plan. In the early hours of April 7th, Tina went into labor and gave birth to Gianna. She was placed in a foster care and as a result of the injuries from the saline solution that was injected in her head, she was diagnosed with cerebral palsy.

This inspirational biography is a powerful account of how Gianna Jessen survived abortion and battled both the emotional and physical scars that she received from this horrible event. Gianna believes that it was because of the sheer power of Jesus Christ that she survived the saline abortion1.

  • This interesting book makes one think differently about abortion!” -Marry, Goodreads2
  • “Gianna’s book will help others understand why abortion is wrong.” -Donna3
  • A book that wakes you up and makes you realize every one of these children who are aborted are real people and not just products of pregnancy.”4
  • “I am really blessed by Gianna’s work. After all  I have read and heard about abortion, Gianna changed my life. She gave me a greater passion to help others and to protest strongly against abortion and to use the life that God gave me for His glory.” -Angela K5  

At present Gianna travels to share her story and to defend the value of life.

ISBN 1589976398, 224 pages, Publisher – Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.


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