Entries for April 2005
By: Tricia Goyer
In September 2001, I was one of a dozen women waiting expectantly for the first teen mother to walk through the door. After working as a volunteer director of Hope Pregnancy Center for two years, I finally found a tangible way to meet the needs of teen mothers—through the launching of a Teen MOPS (M...
By: Thomas Glessner
Current political events beginning with the re-election of President George W. Bush have brought back into the public debate a serious discussion about the future of abortion on demand. The recent furor in conservative circles regarding the chairmanship of Senator Arlen Specter over the Senate Judic...
By: David O'Leary
Many people falsely think that sex produces oneness between partners. In reality, sex can only express the oneness and the intimacy that are already there.What's love got to do with it?" asks Tina Turner in her popular song. When it comes to sex, for many people love and purity don't have anything t...
By: Jim Coles
We need to have a for the future, but withouta solid plan to reach our goals, s are vapors.And a solid plan needs a financial strategy.Serving at a pregnancy resource center is an incredible blessing! Seeing the results of the work we do in the care-giving arm of the Pro-Life movement is very reward...
By: Sydna Massé
Since I started working with pregnancy care centers in 1991, I have heard many heartbreaking stories from directors and staff about their own children's crisis pregnancy experiences. Pregnancy center workers are modern-day missionaries. Their children are vulnerable to attack just as are other missi...
By: Tom Lothamer
I've had the privilege of serving on my local school board for thirteen years. This past Valentine's Day two third graders sent me a heart-shaped note saying: "Thank you for caring about us and making good choices. Thank you for running the school!!!"
I laughed as I read it because their naive pe...