Entries for the 'Administration' Category
By: Ron Haas
Should you ask a major donor for a specific gift amount? John D. Rockefeller once instructed some fundraising volunteers on the finer points of asking for a gift, "I do not like to have anyone tell me what it is my duty to give. But I do like a person to say to me, 'We are trying to raise $4,000,000...
By: Ken Freeman
Social media has taken over the Internet world like a storm. A true tsunami has crashed upon all websites that exist. The critical paradigm shift from a static to an interactive site came about as we moved from the 1990s to the 2000s. But over the past decade, new ideas have taken over the web&mdash...
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: Dinah Monahan
Twelve years ago I started a tiny little center that was a half a room in a building shared with another ministry. I was the receptionist, client advocate, and director—and the cleaning lady also. Never, in my wildest dreams could I have imagined what God was going to do with our ministry. Nev...
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 ...