Sarah Eubanks was raised in a Christian household where she knew right from wrong but at some point, wrong became right to her. She became a self-proclaimed radical pro-choice feminist, and at age 18 was arrested for drugs and at 19 had an abortion. A few years later, Sarah took a job at the same abortion clinic where she aborted her own child.
While employed at her local abortion clinic, The Ladies Center, in Mobile, Alabama for three and a half years, she worked in the procedure room assisting the doctor with over 5,000 abortions. Since she had a keen eye for detail, she was also trained in the Products of Conception (POC) room where she would piece together the aborted fetuses to assure all parts were accounted for.
During her tenure at the clinic, Sarah signed the arrest papers for two sidewalk advocates who stood outside to peacefully educate patients about other options. One of the advocates was a priest and the other was a woman dedicated to prayer. Now she shares the sidewalk with the same woman whom she had arrested. She is active in her community with 40 Days for Life, currently training to be a sidewalk advocate with Sidewalk Advocates for Life, and teaches Sunday School to elementary-aged children.
Sarah is still a feminist and feels that women should be empowered to have it all—especially motherhood. She likes to share how God softened her heart when she found healing for her own abortion. After meeting Abby Johnson, Sarah became part of And Then There Were None where she attends healing retreats and gained the ability to speak freely about the darkness of the abortion industry, and the redemption she found through the Grace of God.