Dr. Ana Steele: Champion of the Dalit

Dr. Ana Steele is equally at home in the halls of Congress and the halls of academia. She has a masters degree from Georgetown University and masters and doctorate degrees from Johns Hopkins University. She has taught at Harvard and lobbied members of Congress for the Dalit people of India. She is intelligent, articulate, and […]

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Local Skateboarders Spread God’s Good News in South Florida

Which sport ranks in the top three most popular sports for American teenagers, and is not football or baseball? Which sport’s foundational technique was invented in South Florida in the mid-70s? Which sport is legal, contrary to some people’s assumptions?Skateboarding and other extreme sports are among the most effective ways to present the good News […]

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The Joy of Rebaptism

With the premiere of the movie What if… and its theme of regret at past decisions and the chance of spiritual “do-overs,” I’ve been thinking a lot about my own choices and their unexpected consequences. As long as the list is of decisions that I would change given the opportunity, there seems to be an […]

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Jeremy Camp’s latest CD out on August 24

  Dove Award winner, ordained pastor, widower, husband, father, preacher’s kid, tattooed rocker, worshipper.  Perhaps one of the things Jeremy Camp most successfully represents in his music and life is the complexity of those who follow Christ. Like his audiences, Jeremy refuses to be defined by labels, categories, or single events, even one as traumatic […]

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David A. R. White’s new movie about redemption

“Hi, may I take your order?”Not many parents would view that question as a harbinger of success for their teenaged child. The phrase has morphed into shorthand for concerns about current job market prospects.According to Christian-movie.com, that same question was also a line in a McDonald’s commercial; it was David A. R. White’s first professional […]

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God-given talent leads woman to Life

Jacqueline King’s mother walked by her bedroom door and saw her daughter sewing a sleeve into a dress. Knowing her own ineptness at sewing, she asked the 10-year-old Jacqueline, “How do you know how to do this?” Jacqueline remembers replying, “I read the directions, and I just did it.” Anyone who has battled to insert […]

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Local authors and writing opportunities

  Talk to one writer about the process of writing and you’ll think that it is an incredibly difficult undertaking, with every word on the page the result of painful deliberation. You’ll learn that novels must be painstakingly outlined in advance with nothing left to chance, and that a blank page is a daily affront […]

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Great Commission coming to ONE place

  In his youth, Paul Kantorski spent eight years preparing to become a Catholic priest within the Maryknoll order; he planned to continue their almost 100-year mission to reach out to those around the world most in need. When his life’s path changed, little did he imagine that God would bring the mission field to […]

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