Entries for the 'General' Category
By: Thomas Glessner
I was encouraged recently by the results of a Gallup public opinion poll on abortion taken in May. The poll found 51 percent of Americans calling themselves "pro-life" and 42 percent "pro-choice." This is the first time a majority of U.S. adults have identified themselves as pro-life since Gallup be...
By: Cynthia Hsueh
One Sunday after church, two people separately alerted me that they noticed my head shaking during the church service. They observed this from the back rows and were concerned. Totally oblivious to this happening, I was amused but uneasy by their remarks. One of them, a nurse, advised me to check wi...
By: Tom Lothamer
Pregnancy care center leaders regularly respond to this column, and often their comments and questions lead me to the subject for the next article. That's what happened this time. A director wrote:
I enjoyed your web article in the At the Center magazine concerning who's the boss when it comes to...
By: Jerry Thacker
As the recession continues unabated, there has never been a time when the services of a pregnancy care center are more needed. Statistics tell us that during recessions, the number of baby births goes down as people put off having children. Add to this the most pro-abortion President and administrat...
By: Marcia Warmkessel
I have served as a center executive director and client services director for 13 years in a small college town pregnancy resource center. Client outreach is my hearts' work, and I have returned to that role recently. A center like ours has the rural center blessings and challenges as well as an obvi...
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By: Thomas Glessner
Dr. Suess, the beloved children's author, wrote a delightful children's story titled "Horton Hears A Who." This is a story about a creature named Horton who discovers a tiny microscopic land named Whoville. Inhabiting this tiny world are creatures named "Whos" that are too tiny for the naked eye to ...
By: Frances Hansen
The steady rhythm of my throbbing feet accompanied me as I pushed my way through another feverish hospital evening. My assignments varied—the living with the dying. Entering one room to bring comfort to the man dying of lung cancer, I donned my gloves and hung the chemotherapy. My next mission...
By: Mark Hiehle
In our struggle to uphold the sanctity of human life and to protect as well as provide a voice for the unborn, do you feel like David going up against Goliath? As our government is attacking the unborn more fiercely than ever before and the forces of evil stand emboldened against us, the odds seem o...