re: “Were not to judge and God forgives. Theres none of us without sin, is what she says.”
It is true that we cannot “judge” what is in the heart of anyone - only God can do that. Only God can truly see the motives and thoughts of each individual.
However, we ARE given clear instructions by God Himself in the Ten Commandments, as to what we are and are NOT to do. He clearly identifies sin and that we are turn away from it.
Yes, we all do sin, but we are commanded to warn, to speak against evil, to spread the Good News. That’s not “judging” in the sense of looking down on someone else and condemning them.
A doctor tells us what is healthy and what isn’t. We don’t think he’s judging when he tells us to stop certain habits if they are detrimental to our health. In the same way, we must warn people against violating God’s moral laws.
In a sense, we really don’t break God’s laws - we break ourselves on His laws when we violate them. If we don’t warn people, and ourselves, to refrain from sinful behavior, then we really are not loving other people. We are being cowards.
I see no difference in what she is doing, than if someone worked at a brothel and told men and women after engaging in illicit sex that, “It’s ok, God doesn’t judge, He just forgives you.”
I suppose if this pastor’s wife stood outside the abortion clinic, on her own (and unpaid), and offered Christian counseling for women willing to hear the Gospel, that could be a legitimate ministry. But, being paid by the “clinic” that kills babies, and then offers so-called “Christian counseling”?
If she really cared about people and their relationship with God - what about the “doctors” and “nurses” who commit the abortions? Does she tell them to “go and sin no more”? If she did she would be fired.