Entries for July 2000
By: Jerry Thacker
In our last column we presumed that your center would know what to do with a woman in crisis who walked in the door. But getting those in crisis to come through the door takes much more than just rendering quality services.
When it comes to the location of your center, there are three criteria for ...
By: Marjori Masitto Krause
Television offers one of the most expensive and effective methods of mass-advertising. Crisis Pregnancy Centers and Pregnancy Care Centers are finding that television advertising has generated an increase in phone calls of 33% to 200%. In this article you'll find some straightforward recommendations...
By: Thomas Glessner
We are in a crucial election year with much at stake in the political arena for the Pro-Life movement. Every election year, candidates for public office who are friendly to the Pro-Life cause approach pregnancy help centers to enlist their support. However, most centers are confused as to what polit...
By: Patricia Mondore
What young girl hasn't dreamed of the day when she would have a baby of her own? It is one of the most natural desires a woman can have. When misused, however, this God-given desire can lead to some serious consequences. The society we live in today has practically put its blessing upon sexual grati...
By: Russ Amerling
"." It's a simple statement with an important message. For some years now Florida has made personalized license plates available in support of many special interest groups including universities, sports teams, and environmental and social causes.
Soon, for a donation of $22, Florida residents will ...
By: Shepherd Smith
For a counselor, it is important to deal with not only the symptoms but also the underlying causes of any serious problem. Although it may be the pregnancy that brings the client to your crisis pregnancy center, there are many more aspects to her case.
A woman may have intercourse and end up with a...
By: Joe McIlhaney and Joshua Mann
Crisis pregnancy centers are making a difference. It's a difference that is being felt throughout communities, not just within small segments of society. In addition to traditional pregnancy testing and counseling, many CPCs provide medical and other services. These services include pregnancy testin...
By: A. A. Baker
We will assume that you have done your homework and that you have some point of contact with the foundation to whom you are writing. This contact might have come from an introduction provided by a board member (their board or yours) or by a friend, or it might have come from an introduction gained b...