For most people, the top two fears are death and public speaking, and not necessarily in that order!
Get over it! You can learn the skills you need to make a presentation that’s compelling and persuasive before an audience of any size – even if it’s just a one-on-one with a friend. This series of articles can help get you started:
Want to communicate the pro-life message in the context of a concern for women?
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The Case for Life: Equipping Christians to Engage the Culture
Scott Klusendorf Do you find it difficult to articulate your stand on hot-button issues like abortion, cloning, and embryo research? Take heart! Klusendorf shows you how to effectively make a case for the unborn. Discover how to engage others in this biotech debate, answer objections persuasively, and equip pastors and laypeople to defend their views.
Stand for Life
Scott Klusendorf and John Ensor Of the 1.2 million abortions performed annually in the U.S., more than 500,000 are performed on college-aged women. So it is not surprising that there is a large, thriving network of pro-life groups on college campuses. Stand for Life is a manual that addresses tough questions in a format that is concise and straightforward.
ProLife Answers to ProChoice Arguments
Randy Alcorn Exhaustively researched, thoroughly documented and logically organized, this invaluable paperback exposes the truth about how abortions are mass-marketed to the nation, and the agony that ensues afterward. A must-have resource for every pastor, politician or citizen who stands for life.