Entries for the 'Leadership' Category
By: Tom Lothamer
Some pregnancy care center leaders think of success in terms that may or may not reflect the center's purpose or biblical values, such as the following:Our center has money in the bank.We have an ultrasound program.We have great events.We are helping many clients by meeting many of their needs.We ha...
By: Jerry Thacker
Get ready for! According to industry experts, the next big wave in personal digital communications will involve doing almost everything on a Smartphone; that is, one that is more like a computer in a tiny package.
THE NEXT BIG WAVE IN PERSONAL DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS WILL INVOLVE DOING A...
By: Pat Stonestreet
As center directors, it falls on our shoulders to shepherd those who serve under us. Whether they are staff members, board members, volunteers, clients, or donors, we have been called to show the love of Jesus Christ to each one. As a new center director, this was one of the first lessons God taught...
By: Christopher Gustafson
Why settle for mediocrity when your center could be excellent?
Recently completed, Deneutralized is a free comprehensive reference guide to not only starting and building pregnancy centers but also identifying and addressing obstacles to center success. This manual is an informative, inspirational,...
By: Tom Lothamer
What's an executive board's most important function? Approving and monitoring the budget? Setting policy? Raising support? Representing the PCC before the community?
All of these are important, but one other responsibility is absolutely critical to a ministry's success or failure.
What would that ...
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 ...