Endorsements

"First Do No Harm, taking its cues from contemporary headlines, exposes that hypocrisy, and in so doing, just may awaken the conscience of our nation." - R.C. Sproul, Jr."First Do No Harm, taking its cues from contemporary headlines, exposes that hypocrisy, and in so doing, just may awaken the conscience of our nation." - R.C. Sproul, Jr.

Dr. Alveda C. King

Dr. Alveda C. King

First Do No Harm is a compelling dramatization of life at its best and at its worst. The hope for the human condition lies in the hands of humans touched by the heart of God.”

Thomas Kendall Sr.

Thomas Kendall Sr., MD – President, Association of American Physicians and Surgeons (AAPS)

“Abortion is a clearly defined battle line for a culture. Choosing death rather than life signifies idolatrous departure from the grace, mercy and truth of the gospel of Jesus Christ. There is no middle ground for the church.

As a physician, it is my prayer that First Do No Harm, which is a phrase taken from the Oath of Hippocrates, will awaken us to the horrible symptoms of apathy and fear that result from our sinful omission to protect the innocent unborn and that we will repent and trust God for a reversal of this societal plague.”

R.C. Sproul, Jr.

R.C. Sproul, Jr. – Ligonier Ministries

“We are a double minded culture, willing to move heaven and earth to save a beached whale, but unwilling to protect our unborn. First Do No Harm, taking its cues from contemporary headlines, exposes that hypocrisy, and in so doing, just may awaken the conscience of our nation. I’m hopeful that this film will change hearts and minds, and save lives.”

Susie Larson

Susie Larson – National Radio Host, Speaker, Co-host of Focus on the Family’s Everyday Relationship with Dr. Greg Smalley, Author of Your Beautiful Purpose

“From the first minutes until the final scene, First Do No Harm had me on the edge of my seat, wondering what would happen next. In a matter of moments the film establishes that each and every life is treasured and worth defending. The story line was so compelling, I didn’t want it to end. This film packs a punch. May God use this powerful message to awaken our hearts to the value of the unborn. We need to be their voice!”

Pastor John Weaver

John Weaver – Pastor, Freedom Baptist Church

First Do No Harm is an absolutely electrifying and needed wake up call. We need this film. We need to understand the difference between “saving lives” and “destroying lives.” As Christians we have been commanded to preserve life.

Multitudes of passages teach this simple truth, however, we should ponder Proverbs 24:10-12: “If thou faint in the day of adversity, thy strength is small. If thou forbear to deliver them that are drawn unto death, and those that are ready to be slain; If thou sayest, Behold, we knew it not; doth not he that pondereth the heart consider it? and he that keepeth thy soul, doth not he know it? and shall not he render to every man according to his works?”

I encourage each Christian to do whatever is necessary to see that this film is produced and then viewed in each home. After viewing this film, we cannot claim ignorance. The truth is that each child of God is answerable and accountable to God and we must shake ourselves loose from our apathy, indolence and lethargy. First Do No Harm is designed to do just that. I highly recommend it.”

Walt Larimore

Walt Larimore, MD

“Practicing in the field of family medicine for over 30 years has given me a unique perspective on the issues of life and death, issues which have been understood with clarity for millennia and have now become less clear without the lens of absolute truth. Through the powerful medium of film, First Do No Harm presents a compelling story that seeks to clear away the foggy thinking of our current culture and lets us view the lives of both born and unborn children in a new thought-provoking way.”

Rev. Robert McCurley

Rev. Robert McCurley – Greenville Presbyterian Church, Greenville, SC

“Everyone loves a compelling story line. A story can disarm you, outflanking your unseen prejudices and forcing you to think about realities you were content to ignore. Herein lies the brilliance of this particular film. Defenders of the unborn have produced several excellent documentaries over the last few decades exposing the evils of abortion and the industry that surrounds it.

But now, at long last, we have in First Do No Harm an engaging drama that will leave viewers spellbound and stunned. Here we have a gripping tale that pulls abortion out of the safety of the abstract and applies it to the familiar heart-ache of a parallel scene on the evening news, thus bringing it up close and personal.

Have you ever felt the gnawing frustration of wanting to do more than just lament America’s abortion genocide? Well here is your opportunity — so don’t pass it up. Please join me in enthusiastically supporting (with your money and prayer) a film that is bound to shatter America’s apathy over the violent slaughter of its unborn children.

Viewers of this film are guaranteed to never think of abortion in the same way again.”

Rev. Gavin Beers

Rev. Gavin Beers – Bethel Free Church, Ayr, Scotland

“An old saying goes ‘There are none so blind as those who will not see.’ Abortion, perhaps more than any other issue in contemporary ethics illustrates this point, and our culture’s blindness is rooted it its selfishness. Western societies don’t appear to know when murder is murder any more. Biblical and rational arguments in support of life and in defense of the unborn fall on deaf ears, while those who defend and promote abortion embrace a world of moral and ethical contradiction.

First Do No Harm exposes these contradictions for what they are, and by the media of film, makes men see abortion for what it is. I hope it is used greatly to change many minds and save many lives.”

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    First Do No Harm is a short dramatic film that follows elementary school janitor, Jesús Torres, as he is confronted with two strikingly similar ethical dilemmas.
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