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How PCCs can help victims of human trafficking

December 2015
By: Michele D. Shoun
Human trafficking worldwide – both labor and sex trafficking – has 20.9 million people in its grip. Sadly, slavery is not a thing of the past. An estimated 1.5 million people are being exploited this way in North America. A vast majority of the cases that have been detected in...
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What is pro-life ministry like in Ukraine?

December 2015
By: Michele D. Shoun
Miriam Wheeler is a medical missionary in Odessa, Ukraine. As a doctor eliciting medical histories from patients, it was rare for her to find a woman who had never aborted. Most would have already had several – an average of seven, and as many as 18 during Soviet times! Responding to the ne...
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Letter from the president

June 2015
By: Tom Lothamer
Dear friends, You noticed that At the Center went missing for a few years. I trust you’re happy it’s online with new articles. You can also see there’s been a change in ATC’s look, thanks to the guys at K-Data Systems. We trust you’ll be able to easily navigate to fin...
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Partnering with a center in another country

June 2015
By: Michele D. Shoun
Pregnancy care centers in the United States know the value of collaboration. They find strength and encouragement in joining regional, state, or national coalitions. Such partnerships solve problems together and share best practices. They serve to unify the movement as a whole and provide a source o...
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What do fathers need to know about abortion?

June 2015
By: Matt Haviland
I was not a Christian when my daughter’s mother became pregnant. Although she and I were not together and I had no idea of what the future held, I was simultaneously ecstatic about becoming a dad and terrified of the unknown. I remember a conversation she and I had early in the pregnancy. Alth...
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FRONT AND CENTER

January 2013
By: Jerry Thacker
This past summer, our oldest daughter delivered her seventh child. Little Lila is one of the most pleasant babies I've ever seen. She travels well, smiles at everyone, and loves playing with her six older siblings. Why anyone would not want to be around her or children like her is a complete mystery...
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