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Protecting Minors Who Are Being Forced to Abort

January 2011
By: Anne O'Connor
More and more pregnancy care centers are dealing with situations where a pregnant minor does not want to have an abortion, but her parents are pressuring her to get one. Many daughters feel coerced against their will by their parents to choose abortion. PCCs need to support the minor in her decision...
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Staying Connected: Social Networking for Center Success!

January 2011
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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When We Can't Save Everyone

October 2010
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. "CareNet Pr...
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Centerboard: Mind Your IRS Ps & Qs

October 2010
By: Tom Lothamer
A friend recently called to warn me about an IRS crackdown. They're going after tax-exempt organizations that have failed to satisfy annual filing requirements for three consecutive years, and the penalty is severe: loss of tax-exempt status. A trip to the IRS website confirmed the danger. Clicking...
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Marketing 101: Community Redefined - Social Networks

July 2010
By: Jerry Thacker
Not long ago, I taught some courses at a local state university as an adjunct professor. Now, mind you, it had been 27 years since I had been in the classroom, so I wondered just what I would find. My previous experience had been teaching at a Christian university; this school was the exact opposite...
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Ministering to the Needs of a Unique Group of Post-Abortive Women

July 2010
By: Tricia McCool
As a Labor & Delivery nurse of 14 years, I often cared for women who experienced pregnancy loss. In many of those cases, they had made the painful choice to terminate a very wanted pregnancy because of a medical problem. Pregnancy termination for medical indications is a very complex issue that ...
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