Entries for the 'Communication' Category
By: Nancy Knowlton
Every day at the Cookeville Pregnancy Clinic we receive phone calls that begin with questions, such as:
"Could I make an appointment for an abortion?"
"Do you do abortions there?"
"How much does an abortion cost?"
"Where can I find a free abortion?"
"Are you an abortion clinic?"
As the directo...
By: Elaine Ham
After 15 years in the pregnancy resource center/medical clinic ministry, not much that I hear surprises me. However, recently I spoke with a pregnancy resource executive director who made the statement that her biggest enemy was the church because they would not financially support her center. That ...
By: Jerry Thacker
If you were born before 1992, you'll want to read this article. In fact, you need to read this article. Why? Because you may be using communication tools that make no sense to your current clients. They may look the same as people born before that year, but in reality they are much, much different. ...
By: Caroline Rhoads
Ten years ago no one had ever heard of the concept of "social networking." The Internet changed advertising forever by providing us with wonderful networking tools like Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, and blogging. Just four years ago, students were the only ones to have a Facebook account. Today most A...
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, Church Relations
, Caroline Rhoads
By: Sydna Massé
One of the initial goals of Ramah International when we began our work in 1997 was to help post-abortive individuals find God's healing so they would be empowered to share their abortion testimony with others -- particularly the abortion-minded. This mission is outlined in Revelation 12:11: "And the...
By: Jerry Thacker
Many researchers, political officials, and educators now believe that technology will play a large part in meeting the three major challenges facing our educational systems in the near future: huge funding issues, extreme personnel issues, and the need for rapid training of students to meet the chal...