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How PCCs can help victims of human trafficking

December 2015
By: Michele D. Shoun
Human trafficking worldwide – both labor and sex trafficking – has 20.9 million people in its grip. Sadly, slavery is not a thing of the past. An estimated 1.5 million people are being exploited this way in North America. A vast majority of the cases that have been detected in...
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Abortion pill reversal and the PCC

December 2015
By: Michele D. Shoun
When the abortion pill was approved for U.S. use in 2000, the pro-life movement held its collective breath. How would it change the struggle? Would abortion become so quick and easy that women no longer sought the services of pregnancy care centers? Abort...
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What is pro-life ministry like in Ukraine?

December 2015
By: Michele D. Shoun
Miriam Wheeler is a medical missionary in Odessa, Ukraine. As a doctor eliciting medical histories from patients, it was rare for her to find a woman who had never aborted. Most would have already had several – an average of seven, and as many as 18 during Soviet times! Responding to the ne...
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Partnering with a center in another country

June 2015
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...
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"Whatever" Includes Voting

October 2012
By: Michele D. Shoun
Whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus . . . and whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men. Colossians 3:17, 23 When Paul wrote these words, he may not have had voting in mind. As a Roman citizen, he had more privileges than some &mdash...
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The Joys of Fundraising: Resource Development

January 2002
By: Tom Lothamer and Michele D. Shoun
A solid resource development program will take your eyes off the bottom line and give you a new perspective of the process of developing a wider array of resources. "It never hurts to ask." That's what my assistant, Linda, said after making the call to a concert promoter. I'd suggested she ask him ...
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