Her religious background seems to have had an impact as well because she has now joined Coalition for Life, which is a Christian faith-based organization. The group is consistently seen outside of the same Planned Parenthood building that Johnson had been working at previously praying and offering "sidewalk counselors" to girls contemplating abortions. As an Episcopalian, Johnson felt she could no longer try and persuade women to have abortions over keeping their babies, and this was the 'lightbulb moment' that caused her to leave.
Planned Parenthood's reacted to Johnson's leaving by deciding to file restraining orders against Johnson and the Coalition for Life because they feared for the confidentiality of their patients. The case has yet to be heard.