Entries for the 'General' Category
By: Debby Lee
usually means heart-shaped love notes, candy in rosy pink cellophane boxes, and sappy love songs. Many sweethearts spend the day celebrating that mushy feeling and commemorating love. I was one of them until February 14, 1994, changed all that.
A jangling phone at 8 a.m. brings me out of a deep s...
By: Anna Somers
In the 1950s, if you were counseling an abortion-minded woman, you would probably appeal to her sense of morality. Abortion is illegal. Abortion kills your baby. Simply put, abortion is wrong.
Much has changed in five decades. Now, abortion is not only legal, but also staunchly protected by the n...
By: Dianne Pomon
is a complex issue and should be the focus of all our counseling at a pregnancy care center. To focus just on feelings and experience is not getting to the root of the issue with our clients, even though this is a common approach within many centers, much like we see in pop psychology. According to ...
By: Tom Lothamer
In the Fall 2008 ATC Centerboard article, I focused on the subject of prayer as being a key ingredient in our walk with the Lord and the pursuit of successful board governance. Recently I came across this study note from the Life Application Bible (Mark 9:29) that really spoke to my heart:
By: Jerry Thacker
A popular song says, "Love, love, love, all you need is love." However, the modern definition of love is so broad that it has become meaningless. Many times, it is merely a syrupy sentimentalism produced by an endorphin-based stupor or simply a word that is said when real true love is not what is me...