Entries for the 'Directors' Category
By: Kyle Farran
As we serve the Lord in ministry, we are going to face problems. Lots of them. Learning to destress is vital for our quality of life. However, there’s an even greater reason for learning to destress. When we face problems, others are watching. How we deal with stress either makes God look stro...
By: Andrew Mollison
Your pregnancy care center is speaking all the time, and not just through the voices of the people. The physical objects that surround the users are sending messages of their own. The environment in which you work can either support your mission or it can hinder it. But either way, it’s commun...
By: Heather Burner
Infant abandonment is far too common in this country. Over 40 babies were illegally abandoned in the U.S. in 2019. According to unofficial statistics recorded by the National Safe Haven Alliance (NSHA), half of these infants did not survive.
Pregnancy care centers are positioned to work with women ...
By: Kevin Manning
Life Matters recently reached out to a number of pregnancy care centers to participate in a survey. Surveys are not exciting, so we thank each one who took part.
The goal of the survey was to identify the needs of pregnancy care centers and pro-life ministries as told by the individual. There...
By: Mark B. Blocher
As the abortion debate rages and all sides gear up for the prospect that the Supreme Court might overturn Roe v. Wade, the work of pregnancy care centers continues just as it has for the last 40+ years. While much of the attention these days is devoted to the politics of abortion―efforts to pass leg...
By: Bob Foust
Hey Bob, do you know any good banquet speakers?
I am asked this question more than any other as I mentor pregnancy centers. It seems as though every board member and director is looking for a “magic bullet” that will provide unlimited funds and vast audience for their center&rsqu...
By: Karen Ingle
When Barb Hernandez, director of client services at West Shore Pregnancy and Family Support, attended Life Matters Worldwide's Summit in Muskegon, Michigan, last May, she was hunting for lasting solutions to her clients’ repetitive cycles of pregnancy crises.
Only 30 minutes into a work...
By: Mike Brady
Do you want to raise more funds, recruit more volunteers, and mobilize prayer? Investing time in improving your supporter website can help.
First, be sure to have a separate supporter website in addition to your client website. Why? They serve two different audiences. Your client websit...