How I Became A Direct Seller

Direct sales is as old-school as your mom selling Tupperware to your neighbors and as current as the Origami Owl party you “attended” last night on Facebook or Google+. According to DirectSellingAssociation. com, there are close to 16 million people in the U.S. involved in direct selling with almost 75 percent of adults reporting they’ve […]

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ReachFest: Five Incredible Acts, One Unforgettable Night!

ReachFest 2014, taking place on Saturday, April 12 at Sunset Cove Amphitheater, Boca Raton, will feature an incredible lineup of MercyMe, Britt Nicole, Jamie Grace, Colton Dixon and Citizen Way. “With the success of our 2012 concert with Jeremy Camp and then 2013 with Casting Crowns, we are thrilled this year to present our first […]

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Artists of the Abolition

Throughout the Old Testament, God continuously instructed Israel to send their worshippers into battle in advance of the army. Though much has changed about the details of warfare, some things have not as God continues to use musicians and worship leaders to inspire, challenge and encourage in the battle for social, political and spiritual advancement. […]

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Ten Steps to Stop Trafficking

Throughout this edition of The Good News, you’ve read statistics, met individuals and organizations committed to abolition and glimpsed the faces and stories behind the headlines. You’ve had a chance to determine where you are regarding this issue and where you want to be. If the desire to do something has been building within you, […]

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Come and Drink

As part of the worship team at one of the fastest growing churches in the country, Church of the Highlands in Birmingham, Alabama, Matthew Reed became accustomed to playing before thousands of people. “In 2004, I moved to Nashville to make a name for myself as a producer,” he explains. The big break proved elusive. […]

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Core Solutions – At the Core of the Problem

This year, Florida has already recorded 90,000 divorces and leads the nation for children in single parent homes. While the depressed economy has parents working two and three jobs just to survive, kids and teenagers feel abandoned and alone as they desperately search for significance and acceptance. Churches throughout our community recognize the need to […]

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ROB BELL: Does Love Really Win In The End?

Is Rob Bell a Universalist? Is the recent cyber maelstrom ignited before the publication of his latest book, Love Wins: A Book About Heaven, Hell and the Fate of Every Person Who Ever Lived, an indication of the resonance this topic inspires or of the dangers of reviewing a book you haven’t read? Can a […]

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Songs of the Revolution

Born and raised in Canton, Ohio, Kelly Williams displayed talent at a young age. “When I was only three or four years old, I would sit on the floor and bang on the pots and pans,” he explains. A good student, Kelly’s parents got called to school only when Kelly was acting up for his […]

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Welcome in God’s House

This article is part of an ongoing series spotlighting Hope South Florida, a unique collaboration of city officials, social agencies and the faith community with a single purpose – to end family homelessness in Broward County. A father moves to correct his 12 year old son’s spelling. He fears the day when his son’s questions […]

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