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Just Outside the Center Door

July 2012
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...
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Divine Appointments

July 2012
By: Elaine Ham
Several years ago, as I was cleaning out a closet that held some of our adult son's childhood toys and clothes, I noticed an unpleasant odor emanating from the top shelf — somewhere behind the Star Wars figures and the baseball cards.I soon discovered the smell was coming from an old quilt my mother...
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Help! My Client Is Single and Pregnant. What Do I Do Now?

April 2012
By: Elaine Ham
Every client advocate who has ever counseled in a pregnancy center knows the sudden rush of fear that envelops us when a young, single client learns she is pregnant. We ask a question such as, "What are your plans for your baby's future?" and pray that whatever she says will not include the word "ab...
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It's That Time Again — Back to School

October 2011
By: Sherry Camelleri
Parents have been busy securing school supply lists, organizing clothing, and shopping for necessary items to prepare their children for a new school year. Activity forms must be completed and special equipment purchased. Perhaps a basic physical and proof of insurance coverage along with registrati...
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The Rest of the Story

April 2011
By: Mark Hiehle
The story is told of police officers who were using a radar gun to check the speed of vehicles as they came over the crest of a hill. Suddenly, their radar registered a speed of 500 miles per hour. They tried to reset their equipment, but suddenly it shut down. Moments later, a low-flying military F...
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FRONT AND CENTER

April 2011
By: Jerry Thacker
As the recession grinds on, people are learning to do more with less, re-centering their lives upon the important concepts of God and family, and figuring out what they can and can't do without. As I write this article, my basement is half-full of bags of clothing and other household items that are...
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