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A life-affirming message for those who counsel couples facing an unplanned pregnancy. Encouraging you to reach out with compassion and sensitivity, Ensor offers updated scientific knowledge, practical applications, and theological insights to help you gently guide women to choose life, and prospective fathers to protect and provide for their children - especially those in the womb.
|Title: Answering the Call: Saving Innocent Lives One Woman at a Time, Updated Edition|
By: John Ensor
Number of Pages: 164
Vendor: Hendrickson Publishers
Publication Date: 2012
|Dimensions: 7.00 X 4.50 (inches)|
Weight: 4 ounces
Stock No: WW700291
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Answering the Call is designed to help Christians take the initiative and reach out with compassion and sensitivity to those who find themselves on the difficult road of unplanned pregnancy. With new and updated scientific wisdom, practical application, theological foundation, and compassionate understanding, this powerful little book is a call for pastors, church leaders, and Christians everywhere. Formerly published by Focus on the Family.
Chapters titles include:
• The Aroma of Life
• The Great Test and the Great Work
• Cherishing and Defending Innocent Human Life
• Final Appeal to Pastors
"As you read this book, you will discover that John Ensor combines several very special qualities: a pastor's heart, an activist's motivation, and a Good Samaritan's compassion…Will you spend a few moments with John, hearing his heart as he points us to the Father's heart on the important biblical principle of the value of all human life? I promise you'll never be the same."
--From the Foreword by Julia A. Parton, PhD