Entries for January 2020
By: Kyle Farran
As we serve the Lord in ministry, we are going to face problems. Lots of them. Learning to destress is vital for our quality of life. However, there’s an even greater reason for learning to destress. When we face problems, others are watching. How we deal with stress either makes God look stro...
By: Ann L. Coker
University studies have concluded that social interaction promotes better cognitive functioning for workers’ productivity and forms better relationships between employees and their supervisors.* Would that be any different for a Christian agency, and specifically for a pregnancy care center (P...
Women who contact pregnancy care centers are looking for
answers, a confident caring friend, counsel regarding one of the most important
decisions they have ever faced, and—in many cases—inner peace and hope.
A Bible-based Christian care center provides answers to
By: Andrew Mollison
Your pregnancy care center is speaking all the time, and not just through the voices of the people. The physical objects that surround the users are sending messages of their own. The environment in which you work can either support your mission or it can hinder it. But either way, it’s commun...
By: Heather Burner
Infant abandonment is far too common in this country. Over 40 babies were illegally abandoned in the U.S. in 2019. According to unofficial statistics recorded by the National Safe Haven Alliance (NSHA), half of these infants did not survive.
Pregnancy care centers are positioned to work with women ...