Considerable discussion has taken place regarding the potential risks and benefits of Doppler use in the context of medical pregnancy centers.
Pregnancy center servant leaders are bound to get weary. One thing that keeps us going is the perseverance of the Lord.
When serving clients, there is always a bit of a dance that results from abiding by the policies that govern our activities. At times, issues can arise when policy is valued above people rather than as part of the framework for treating people well.
This director's chat was first given at the 2019 Care Net National Conference in St. Louis, MO.
Below is a summary of states that offer some tax credit which may be applicable to life-affirming 501(c)3 organizations.
As rumor, innuendo, and falsely reported information spread, NRMC has seen reputation risks become the top risk concern for many nonprofit leaders.
In this webinar Gail Friedman-Barrett discusses the differences between walks for life and banquets, and provides practical tips for growing each event.
If your center isn't able to provide full health benefits for your employees, a QSEHRA program might be right for you!
A pregnancy center board plays a very important role in a center from the community's "best kept secret" to the "best known partner."
Whatever the reason for a center closing, the end result is always the same - there is now an unmet need in that community - the need for Christ-centered compassionate care for those making pregnancy decisions. God often calls someone - or a group of people - in these communities to meet this need by reopening a pregnancy center.