The 4 Questions Training Brochure provides a quick overview of what this training is all about.
4 QUESTIONS TRAINING: Answering the Crisis of Abortion with the Gospel of Life
The 4 Questions Training is the gospel of life, in the form of a catechism, explained and applied to the greatest bioethical challenge of our time: abortion, infanticide, and gendercide.
This 4 Questions Training Leader Guide works well for presenting the 4 Questions Training in a logical, easy to follow way. A worksheet is also included for your participants to take notes!
Stand for Life: A Student’s Guide for Making the Case and Saving Lives (with Scott Klusendorf)
“I am so glad that thousands of others will now be trained because Scott and John have made this book available. We can defeat abortion. We can defend life. Let’s get started.” —John Stonestreet, Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview
“The Great Work of the Gospel is God-centered good news. It is the kind of message that will make deep, strong people and deep, strong churches.” —John Piper
“For all who are weary of our culture’s assault on biblical manhood and womanhood, this book is a refreshing reminder of the Bible’s simple wisdom governing love, relationships, marriage, and matters of the heart.” —Tim Challies
Answering the Call: Saving Innocent Lives One Woman at a Time Updated and Revised Edition
“God used this book to fuel my passion as I became the director of my local pregnancy help center. I was so inspired, my Board bought 200 copies to give away at our fundraising banquet. We are answering God’s call to “Rescue the weak and the needy and deliver them from the hand of the wicked” (Ps 82:4). —Reni Bumpas, Life Choices Pregnancy Resource Center, Dyersburg, TN
“Stellar! John Ensor provides a bridge between the death of innocent human life and the proclamation of the gospel. His concisely worded thesis is theologically grounded, philosophically sound, and gives us the tools to engage the culture on the burning moral question of our day. I wholeheartedly recommend this book!” —Scott Klusendorf, Life Training Institute
(Enfoque a la Familia) (Spanish Edition)
¡Este libro irradia un mensaje que defiende la vida! El llamado a querer y defender una vida humana inocente va acompañado de la invitación a involucrarse en un centro local de embarazos críticos, ayudando con gentileza a las mujeres a escoger la vida. El mismo inspira una pasión en los padres para proveer y proteger a los hijos que Dios les da, en especial los que están en el vientre.
ARTICLES, INTERVIEWS, AND MORE
Stand for Life 2017: Untold Stories – Matthew West & John Ensor
Matthew West and John Ensor discuss the arts and social reformation; how the arts inspire moral courage and good works of intervention, which over time, changes culture. West gives the amazing backstory to his song “Untold” and sings, “Don’t close the book on me yet.” They listen to John Piper’s poem, “Children” as another example of how the arts provide moral imagination for standing for life.
Stand for Life 2015: Lecrae, with John Piper and John Ensor
Lecrae, John Piper, and John Ensor discuss abortion and racism. Lecrae tells the true story behind the song, “Good, Bad, Ugly” —his remorse over abortion and the shame-cleansing power of the gospel that has now helped him stand for life with courage and compassion.
Stand for Life 2014: Francis Chan, John Piper and John Ensor
Francis Chan, John Piper and John Ensor discuss abortion and the biblical admonitions to “expose” evil, “speak up” for the voiceless and “rescue” those being unjustly killed.
Leading Well: A Pastor to Pastor Talk on Abortion
John Ensor, with the pastors of Spokane, WA, shares his story of how he came to see the pre-eminant moral crises of abortion, and what biblical guidance we have to lead well on this sensitive matter.