Seth presents a clear path forward for students, adults, and leaders to engage the issue of abortion. His training focuses on giving people the tools of thought they need to make a gracious and persuasive defense of their pro-life beliefs in the public square, engage compassionately with those that disagree with them, and offer the hope and healing found in Jesus for those who have been wounded by abortion.

Just like the lawyer who challenged Jesus in the Parable of the Good Samaritan wanted to define some people as neighbors and some people as non-neighbors, the unborn child in our midst is frequently defined as a non-neighbor and a non-person.

How should we as the Church respond to the legal killing of this neighbor? Seth Gruber addresses these questions in a sermon entitled Loving Our Unborn Neighbor at The Shoreline Church in San Clemente, CA.

Seth regularly keynotes banquets for pregnancy resource centers around the country. Seth delivers a keynote address that will move donors from merely feeling bad about abortion to actually doing something about it.

He will challenge them to love their unborn neighbors right there in their own communities through the work of your pregnancy center or right to life group. And he’ll connect with your people.

Seth Gruber is a compelling speaker on behalf of the unborn. He has the rare balance of clear thinking with a compassionate heart. He cares deeply about precious unborn babies, and through stories and insightful examples, he brings the audience right along with him. If you are looking for a speaker to equip and challenge believers to defend the unborn, Seth will do an outstanding job.
— Sean McDowell | PH.d., Author, Professor, Speaker

Seth joins Pastor John Randall of Calvary Chapel San Juan Capistrano to discuss current events, the history of Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood, how Christians can be a gracious voice for the unborn, the responsibility of the Church to defend life, and the grace and forgiveness available in Jesus for those who have obtained an abortion.

When examined in the light of scripture and reason, the abortion issue can be simplified so anyone can offer a gracious and persuasive defense of their pro-life beliefs.

What makes humans valuable? Who counts as one of us? And who gets to decide who lives and who dies? These are questions that have been debated for hundreds of years, and they are still being asked today regarding the unborn children in our midst.

With radically different ideas about what it means to be human and what it means to have value, Christians must bring moral and spiritual clarity to the abortion issue! Seth answers these questions and provides a path forward in a sermon entitled Abortion and the Imago Dei.

For decades, there has been a crying need in the pro-life movement for leaders and speakers who are warm and compassionate, intelligent and articulate about the issue of abortion, and uncompromising in the stand they take. Seth Gruber is such a man. I was deeply moved when I had the honor of hearing him speak recently and I thank God for young people like him. I stand fully and enthusiastically behind his crucial ministry and pray he gets numerous chances to speak, minister and serve on behalf of the life of the unborn human persons in our midst.
— J.P. Moreland, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, Talbot School of Theology, Biola University, Co-Author of Body and Soul