Dr. Patricia Giebink once performed abortions for Planned Parenthood. Now she is a passionate pro-life advocate. How does a pro-choice doctor wind up on the opposite side of such an embattled issue?
Unexpected Choice is the emotional and powerful true story of how one doctor was overpowered by God’s perspective and repented before millions for her part in the abortion industry. Heartbreaking and inspiring, this memoir will give you a new appreciation for the complexity of life and the power of transforming grace.
Chronicling her journey from pro-choice to pro-life, this book uncovers:
- The reality and risks of abortion
- How God pursued Patti throughout her journey
- Quotes and verses to encourage and inspire
- Prayers for the reader at the end of each chapter
Be encouraged by the amazing story of one woman’s decision to break free from the abortion industry and help women choose life – a testament to the power of prayer, and the greatness of God’s love and forgiveness.
“One of the most captivating, inspiring, and eloquent books I’ve read in a long time. It’s a deeply personal journey that sheds light on both sides of the abortion issue.”
– David Stevens, MD, MA, CEO emeritus of the Christian Medical & Dental Associations
“The heart-wrenching and beautiful real-life story of transformation. The world needs more women like Patti.”
– Lila Rose, president and founder of Live Action
“As a fellow OBGYN, I have the highest respect for Dr. Patti Giebink and her dedication to women’s health. This book is a must-read for all who want to understand the phenomenon of abortion.”
– Donna J. Harrison, MD, CEO of American Association of Pro-Life Obstetricians and Gynecologists
“Unexpected Choice is a transparent, gut-wrenching account of the abortion industry. It debunks the myths about abortion while offering a compassionate look at unwanted pregnancy.”
– Donald Thompson, MD, MPH & TM, Former director of Global Health Outreach
About the Author
Dr. Patricia Giebink is an obstetrician-gynecologist in Chamberlain, South Dakota. She received her medical degree from University of South Dakota School of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years.