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A New Year

January 2008
By: Sherry Camelleri
"I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus." Philippians 3:14It seems like just a short time ago we celebrated our entry into 2007. Now here we are. Like a notebook filled with 366 blank pages, 2008 is before us—filled with opportunity, potent...
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What I Learned from Askabirthmom

January 2008
By: Terri Gake
"The more things change, the more they stay the same," is an old adage my mother used to tell me. As I have worked with birth moms over the past ten years, it has become clear to me how much change is everywhere. Maternity homes have been replaced by day care facilities in high schools; counseling h...
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Understanding Emancipation of Minors

January 2008
By: Anne O'Connor
In the pregnancy help center/clinic setting, there are times when minors seeking our assistance may have questions about emancipation from their parents. Answers to questions regarding obtaining medical care, child support, and material assistance many times depend upon whether or not the client/pat...
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Following the Call of God

January 2008
By: Mark Hiehle
Are you in your life and realizing the potential of the purpose for which you were created? These are questions in almost everyone's mind because we want to be part of something bigger than ourselves, something that really matters. Rick Warren's book, The Purpose Driven Life, testifies to this fact....
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How to Give? Let's Count the Ways!

January 2008
By: Ron Haas
Gold, frankincense, and myrrh ... two mites ... five loaves and two fishes ... an alabaster jar of expensive perfume ... and a new, unused tomb. All these sacrificial gifts were given in spiritual acts of worship for the glory of God.God loves cheerful givers and wants His children to excel in the g...
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