Entries for the 'Communication' Category
By: Ann L. Coker
Sitting before me in the counseling room is a young girl whose life is “sitting on empty.” She just endures life. For her, life may not have been kind or just. She wants only to make it through another day and without this pressing problem of pregnancy. She has come to me. That’s t...
By: Tom Lothamer
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...
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...
By: Thomas Glessner and Audrey Stout
Women today seek answers and help via Internet searches when they think they may be pregnant or have had unprotected sex. Therefore, the websites of Pregnancy Resource Medical Clinics (PRMCs) are critical in reaching those women before they seek others, such as Planned Parenthood, that will steer th...
By: Jerry Thacker
While here in the United States the number of computers still outstrips the number of cell phones, in the rest of the world it is not that way. Of the 7 billion people in the world, a whopping 4.1 billion are now wirelessly connected. In many foreign countries, this means that the only Internet conn...
By: Ron Haas
Rube Goldberg was a genius who devised incredibly complex solutions for simple tasks. His inventions were a series of chain reactions usually built with everyday parts like pulleys, ropes, gears, boots, bouncing balls, bows and arrows, springs, oscillating fans, and live animals. These contraptions ...