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A Tribute to Rube Goldberg

January 2012
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 ...
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Center Ethics: A Reflection

January 2012
By: Dianne Pomon
No matter how successful our PCC ministries appear on the surface, it is wise as directors to reflect back on ministry activities and examine our actions as leaders as well as that of our board of directors. Do we reflect a biblical standard of ethics as we oversee our centers? Do we exhibit strong ...
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Marketing 101: Speaking the Same Language

October 2011
By: Jerry Thacker
Did you ever talk to someone and wonder if you were getting through? I've had that thought—especially when I've conducted a series of training events in a foreign country. Communication depends a great deal on having a common base for reference since words are merely symbols for concepts. In m...
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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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MARKETING 101: Stop, Think, and Share

July 2011
By: Jerry Thacker
A recent discussion in our PhD class centered upon the lack of attention our children seem to be paying to things around them. This phenomenon, which I call "social autism" in which students are wired into iPods and mp3 players, creates people who are listening to one world while walking around in a...
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Surprise Baby

July 2011
By: Anne Schroeder
I was thirty-six and in the middle of the-mother-of-all-prideful-battles with my husband, Steve. We were hardly even speaking to each other. I was tired of our life. Tired of him. Tired of him being tired of me. But an ironic thing happened. My body told me the day after, but in those days before h...
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