Entries for the 'General' Category
By: Sherry Camelleri
On Tuesday morning the back of my car was filled with supplies that needed to be taken into the center. So, I parked around the corner from the center and called into the office to ask the volunteer for her help. After unloading the items, I parked in the back parking lot. Walking to the office, I s...
By: Amanda Naugle
How do you view the ministry of your center? Is your center an oasis only to those who are facing an unplanned pregnancy and to the mothers who come to you for material needs? What about the other women in tough situations who are hurting and need a shoulder to cry on? Could your PCC also be reachin...
By: Jerry Thacker
In just a few months, citizens will be asked to once again go to the polls and vote for the persons who are to lead our country for the next four years. The dramatic philosophical changes ushered in by those chosen during the last election cycle can only be construed as antithetical to life, liberty...
By: Mark Hiehle
I love collecting and sharing stories that I hear. Not long ago, I heard a story about a boy who went to the local drug store to purchase three gifts; one-, three-, and five-pound boxes of candy, each to be gift wrapped. The druggist asked the boy why he needed three boxes. The boy said, "I am so ex...
By: Jeffrey Miller
Serving as a board member of Planned Parenthood in Reading, Pennsylvania, in the late 1970s, I was surrounded by caring, concerned people. We all really wanted to make a difference by helping those who were less fortunate.
My recollection is that none of us talked about abortion as if it were a goo...
By: Mark Hiehle
We have all done it — we come to a genealogy list in the Bible and skip right over that section. We think to ourselves, Just get to the good stuff — the story. Why did God have the writer put a list of "who was the father of whom" in the Scripture anyway? Because there is an important me...