Saving Women and Infants from Abortion: A Dance in the Rain

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Paulist Press, 2006 - 83页
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Through real-life "conversion" stories, but set against the realistic background of what Pope John Paul II called our contemporary "culture of death," this book offers inspiration, encouragement, and a challenge to those interested in the respect life movement--especially in this outreach organization known as Helpers of God's Precious Infants--to become involved, whether as actual sidewalk counselors or through prayerful support. According to Msgr. James P. Lisante, pastor of St. Thomas the Apostle Church, West Hempstead, NY, as well as a TV commentator and author, "This book tells the story of those who are willing to be the voices of the voiceless, of people of such hope, faith, and love that they are willing to speak up even in the face of what would seem to be the most hopeless situation of all--the moment when a woman is actually about to enter an abortion clinic."

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作者简介 (2006)

Margaret Driscoll is a consultant with the human capital management practice of IBM Global Services. As a consultant, she works with organizations interested in strategic planning, e-learning, instructional technology, blended learning, competency modeling, and return on investment. She is a featured speaker at national and international training events and the author of the best-selling book Web-Based Training. Her work has appeared in Journal of Performance Improvement, Training and Development, Chief Learning Officer, and Learning Circuits. Dr. Driscoll also teaches at Teachers College of Columbia University in New York City and Suffolk University in Boston.

Saul Carliner is an assistant professor of educational technology at Concordia University in Montreal. His research and teaching interests include the design of online materials for workplace learning and communication and the management of workplace learning and communication groups. His other books include Designing E-Learning, An Overview of Online Learning, and Training Design Basics. Dr. Carliner is a research fellow of the American Society for Training and Development, a certified training and development professional, and a fellow and past international president of the Society for Technical Communication.

Emily Faugno, who was a pharmacist before she retired, now enjoys her husband of 56 years and family. She Lives in Glendale.

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