I have. Years ago, a subcommittee in the Oregon State House of Representatives was considering the merits of crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs). A pro-abortion group had called into question the work of CPCs and was attempting to shut them down--permanently.
People on both sides were invited to testify.
Representatives of Planned Parenthood and other pro-abortion groups testified first and did their level best to condemn the centers and their staff of "deceptive and misleading practices."
When they had finished, the chairman of the House subcommittee invited representatives of the other side to speak.
One by one former clients of CPCs calmly testified that they'd found:
You could tell that many of these women felt intimidated testifying before this august legislative group. Yet when it came to defending the truth about organizations that had helped them in difficult times, these gentle souls were bold as lions.
The same thing is happening across the land with women who have experienced abortion firsthand. After years of suffering pain and remorse of post-abortion stress, they have found the courage to join the Silent No More Awareness Campaign and are boldly proclaiming the truth about abortion . . . warning others not to participate in it.
This is holy boldness in action!