Entries for the 'Leadership' Category
By: Tom Lothamer
This January, it will be 38 years since the infamous Roe vs. Wade Supreme Court ruling. According to National Right to Life calculations, 53 million babies have lost their lives during that time.
Against that backdrop, our few legislative victories pale in significance. There have been some great o...
By: Jerry Thacker
A number of years ago, I had the opportunity to visit the Reagan Ranch, the location of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and the burial site for the former president. As I stood by Ronald Reagan's grave, I remembered the time when he came to speak at Bob Jones University where I was teaching. ...
By: Ron Haas
Board members who give generously and encourage others to give lead successful organizations. Ideal board members are leaders whose reputations carry some weight when they get behind a cause. These men and women are movers and shakers who know how to get things done. Unfortunately, instead of recrui...
By: Tera Hilliard
"I am a Black American and a great-granddaughter of Booker T. Washington, who led the poorest and most illiterate among his race up from slavery shortly after the end of the Civil War. When I speak on his legacy, I reflect on the fact that the history of our race in the United States has always been...
Posted in: General
, Church Relations
, PCC Services
, Tera Hilliard
, Sexual Purity
By: Anna Somers
A strange sound interrupted our evening meal.
"What's that?" my husband asked.
We stared at each other in confusion. Finally, it hit me. "The hotline phone!" I had been carrying it around for a month, but tonight was the first time anyone called. My husband and I scrambled to find it.
Posted in: Volunteers
, PCC Services