Entries for the 'Communication' Category
By: James Sprague
Pregnancy care centers serve clients regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, age, or marital status, and always treat clients with kindness, respect, compassion, and honesty. But as our government, schools, businesses, and churches are presently occupied by issues of racial diversity...
By: Stuart Carver
Myths have always been a part of the human experience. Here are a few examples: bats are blind, elephants are afraid of mice, and mustard seeds are the smallest seeds.
Do you still believe any of these myths? Google them later. Right now, we are actually going to look at something far more import...
By: Ann L. Coker
May 1993 marked my third year as a volunteer counselor at a pregnancy care center. My timeslot was Friday afternoons, but it was like any other day at the center when counselors struggled not only with the clients' needs but also with our own inadequacies.
The problems of sexual promisc...
By: Ann L. Coker
University studies have concluded that social interaction promotes better cognitive functioning for workers’ productivity and forms better relationships between employees and their supervisors.* Would that be any different for a Christian agency, and specifically for a pregnancy care center (P...
By: Michele D. Shoun
Must we be antagonistic toward the news media?
I remember when it was thought to be important for pro-lifers to cultivate relationships with members of the press, for the purposes of getting a fair hearing and telling our side of the story. Then the internet gave everyone the opportunity to have th...