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Carolynn George is a believer in Jesus Christ who has struggled in the past with issues related to abortion, sexual abuse, childhood hurts and other losses in her life. She has been on a healing journey for over twenty years and she shares about her personal abortion experience wherever she can in order to raise awareness, educate, and let those who are still suffering know that there is freedom and healing available.
She has spoken to young people, various church groups, and has shared her story on Parliament Hill during the Silent No More Awareness Campaign events each May for the past five years. She has also been a guest on ‘Nite Lite Live’.
Carolynn was a volunteer at the London Crisis Pregnancy Centre and it was there that she learned about Post Abortive Stress Syndrome. The symptoms of PASS include: guilt, irritability, anxiety, troubled relationships, depression, self destructive behaviours, promiscuity, suicidal thoughts, working hard and Carolynn had them all! Then she attended a Project Rachel healing retreat and worked through the ‘Forgiven and Set Free’ Bible study by Linda Cochrane for her own post abortive healing. This retreat led her to become a volunteer Project Rachel facilitator and served for five years at these weekend retreats in Southwestern Ontario . Recently, Carolynn attended a Rachels Vineyard Leadership Conference and a Rachels Vineyard post abortion healing retreat because she is feeling led by God to train and form a team to offer these amazing healing retreats in Southwestern Ontario.
Carolynn is married and the mother of four children. Her first child died due to abortion and two subsequent children were lost to miscarriage. The Lord has blessed her and her husband Steve with Miranda, an amazing 23 year old daughter. Carolynn has the support of her family to carry out her calling. She has worked in the occupational health and safety, event planning, volunteer management and journalism fields for more than thirty years.
Carolynn is silent no more in memory of her first child, Daniel Denis.
Our deepest condolences to Carolynn's surviving husband, daughter and family. We are so sorry to hear that she committed suicide to end her pain, we miss her, and hope to see her again in heaven one day.