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Marketing 101: The Power and Attraction of Ultrasound

January 2006
By: Jerry Thacker
Recently, I was invited to go along with my daughter, son-in-law, and their oldest children (girls ages 7 and 5) to see a 3-D ultrasound of the next baby. This will be our fifth grandchild, and I was excited to catch a glimpse of her several months before the anticipated due date.The improvements in...
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At the Rural Center: Meth--Rural America's Scourge

January 2006
By: Dinah Monahan
When you think of rural America, you think of slower living, friendly neighbors, and tight-knit communities. While all of this is true, rural America now has one other distinction—a tragic and frightening one—methamphetamines. These drugs, unlike all of the others, started and took hold in rural com...
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Makin' a List, Checkin' It Twice

January 2006
By: Ron Haas
I recently went through an interesting process with my mother. She was doing some estate planning and wondered what would be the best way to choose which organizations she should include in her charitable giving. My mother is a faithful believer who is very interested in being a good steward of the ...
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The Myths and Marvel of Forgiveness

January 2006
By: David O'Leary
Forgiveness is an issue for each person who comes into one of our centers, as it is for each one of us. We struggle to forgive others, and we think we need to forgive ourselves. Primarily, we need to know God's forgiveness and that the basis for forgiveness is the grace of God in Christ Jesus.One of...
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Not Ashamed: Reaching And Loving NARAL

January 2006
By: Linda Burris
"Hello, please come in." As you greet the client and her friend, you remember the call that initiated this appointment and the peculiar circumstances surrounding this pregnancy—rape and maternal epilepsy—with a strong insistence that "abortion is the only answer." During the intake session, one pers...
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The Story Behind "Empty Arms" and the National Memorial for the Unborn

January 2006
By: Wendy Williams
On Sanctity of Life Sunday, January 16, 2005, a group of people gathered at the National Memorial for the Unborn in Chattanooga, Tennessee, to worship the Lord and to remember the millions of babies who have died because of abortion. At the end of the service, our new book, Empty Arms, was introduce...
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