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MARKETING 101: Postcards

January 2008
By: Jerry Thacker
After 9/11, the world came to understand that even a simple white envelope could be a source of deadly poison. We all remember the anthrax scare. It was after that time that the use of medium-sized to jumbo postcards took off.The benefits of using postcards are clear. For one thing, you don't have t...
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AT THE RURAL CENTER: Mission Creep

January 2008
By: Dinah Monahan
"Mission Creep." No, it's not a creep on a mission! It is the term that is being used to convince centers that we should do nothing but pregnancy tests and ultrasounds. Mission creep is a gradual process in which a mission's objectives change over time and reach too far, like creeping ivy in a backy...
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How to Impart the Love of Jesus Christ to Today's Post-Abortive Women

January 2008
By: Sydna Massé
Here are several ideas for loving women in the midst of pain:Encourage them to read their Bibles—Nothing is more inspirational than reading about Jesus healing the blind, ministering to the oppressed, and loving the sinful. Create a daily reading plan that includes reading one chapter in the New Tes...
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Adoption:A Part Of The Counseling Plan

January 2008
By: Linda Hull
The late Dave Thomas, founder of Wendy's, helped push adoption into mainstream thinking. Consequently, when talking with a client, you will find that many have already thought of adoption and rejected it. Surprising? Yes. Only 1.4 percent of pregnant, single women place their babies for adoption acc...
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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 Maternity homes have been replaced by day care facilities in high schools; counseling h...
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