LITTLE ROCK – The play, Viable: The Truth in One Act performed live in four cities in Arkansas in 2019, is streaming online now through June 10 with a portion of proceeds benefiting Arkansas Right to Life.
National Right to Life debuted Viable to viewers across the country beginning on Mother’s Day in cooperation with Christian Creative Media and WatchSalemMedia.com. The play is available for repeated viewing for a one-time donation of $19.95 via WatchSalemMedia.com/Viable.
Viable explores one woman’s story of frustration and anger but one that will resonate with millions. Viable is the moving story of a mother who carries a burden—all because of a choice she made 30 years before.
“For too long women have suffered the painful emotional and spiritual consequences of abortion alone, many not even recognizing why they are so miserable,” said Rose Mimms, executive director of Arkansas Right to Life. “Abortion hurts women. Viable shines a bright light on the truth and the hope, forgiveness and healing that can be found through faith in Christ. It is a story that must be told.”
The Viable play presentation also includes information for those facing the uncertainty of an unexpected pregnancy or for women who are seeking healing after an abortion.
For more information about the Viable play visit nrlc.org/viable or call Mimms at (501) 663-4237.