Interview with Dr. John Sowers of The Mentoring Project

Dr. John Sowers is the president of The Mentoring Project which was founded by New York Times bestselling author Donald Miller. Sowers mission at The Mentoring Project is to rewrite the stories of fatherless young men. The Mentoring Project received the faith-based Partner of the Year Award in 2010 from Big Brothers and Big Sisters, […]

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Haiti One Year Later

By Bryon Mondok The Good News   Since the first days after the quake, Food For The Poor has worked to alleviate suffering and rebuild the lives of the Haitian people, said Angel Aloma, Executive Director of Food For The Poor in an interview with the Good News. “It’s a long-term solution. There are no […]

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Fatherless Generation; Redeeming the Story

By Bryon Mondok The Good News My family is under attack. So is yours. It’s a concentrated spiritual effort designed to undermine our civilization’s reliance, dependence, and turning to God. That’s the conclusion you come to when you read Fatherless Generation, by Dr. John Sowers. “No longer do we have to travel abroad to make […]

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Out Live Your Life by Max Lucado

Get out? Or get in? You’ve heard the saying, “she’s so heavenly minded she’s no earthly good.” In a time when Christians in American culture myopically focus on their own heavenly evacuation, Max Lucado issues a challenge: leave something behind. Be a world changer.   In his newest book Outlive Your Life, Lucado celebrates the […]

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Churches do missions “in-house”

How churches do missions is changing. Traditionally, prospective missionaries leave their church families to join mission organizations to execute the vision and tasks of the organizations. But here in South Florida, churches themselves fulfill the role of the mission agency. Calvary Chapel Boynton Beach, First Baptist of Fort Lauderdale, Calvary Church in Jupiter, Grace Fellowship […]

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Tullian Tchividjian interview on new book

There is no easy way to combine two separate organizations. Tullian Tchividjian, the new pastor at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, learned this very difficult lesson first hand during the summer and fall of 2009. As he stepped into the pulpit of the late Dr. D. James Kennedy, founder of Coral Ridge […]

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Book review

“The Gospel doesn’t just ignite the Christian life; it’s the fuel that keeps the Christian going every day.” Tullian Tchividjian brings fresh perspective to the Old Testament story of Jonah, in his new book Surprised by Grace; God’s Relentless Pursuit of Rebels. Crossway Books is scheduled to release it May 31. The central character is […]

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Love and War by John and Stasi Eldredge

“We live in a love story, set in the midst of a war. Love is our destiny, and all hell is set against it,” write John and Stasi Eldredge in their latest book, Love and War. Written in classic Wild at Heart style, the reader is drawn in early. We are characters in a story […]

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Crave: Wanting so much more of God

“Taste and see that the Lord is good,” writes the Psalmist. Chris Tomlinson gives that verse a 21st-century context in his first book, Crave: Wanting So Much More of God. Tomlinson is uncomfortable with comfortable. Rather than craving comfort, the author wants to crave more of God, to press in deeper. But with this desire […]

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Oasis HIV/AIDS Life hosts 5K run

“AIDS doesn’t ask if you’re gay or straight, black or white, male or female, young or old. AIDS only asks if you’re human,” says Steve Savage, founder of Oasis HIV/AIDS Life . Oasis reaches out to victims of HIV/AIDS here in South Florida, across the country and around the world. The Life will co-host a […]

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