Entries for January 2006
By: Nicole Speer
A typical day as a crisis pregnancy counselor may be something like this: wipe the sleep out of your exhausted eyes, make a cup of coffee, sit at the feet of Jesus to get refreshed, shower, dress, put on your make-up, and go off to the center.After arriving at the center, you hug a few ladies, have ...
By: Thomas Glessner
Providing medical services to abortion-minded and abortion-vulnerable clients has proven to be an effective way not only to serve the needs of these women, but also to empower them to choose life. Through medical services such as ultrasound, these women are introduced to the humanity of their unborn...
By: Shauna Amick
I FINALLY CAN RELATE TO THE EMOTIONS OUR CLIENTS GO THROUGH WHILE DEALING WITH THEIR OWN INDIVIDUAL CRISES. I AM EXPERIENCING MY OWN CRISIS PREGNANCY.Desiring to defend helpless babies, I became a volunteer at my local crisis pregnancy center four years ago. I received excellent training from the ce...
By: Sallie Dewberry
Every pregnant girl knows the ultimate prevention method for pregnancy and sexually transmitted disease (STD) is abstinence. All the condoms and vaccines in the world can never be as effective as a simple, but determined, "No."Although the basic message is plain and simple, this solution works best ...
By: Tom Lothamer
The board member was stumped. He was speaking at a supporting church on behalf of his pregnancy care center, and someone asked how the center would advise a victim of rape or incest. Fumbling for an answer he said, "Well, I suppose abortion would be acceptable in those instances."
It took two yea...
By: Jerry Thacker
One of the great things about ATC is the response we get from CPC/PCC directors and board members when we meet them in person or hear from them via email. It is clear that the magazine is meeting a real need for a print tool to help train volunteers, inform board members, and encourage center direct...