Broward Center Congratulates Teen Ambassadors

The Broward Center for the Performing Arts recently honored the 10th graduating class of the Broward Center Teen Ambassador Program consisting of 25 participants from area high schools and home schooling programs. Teen Ambassadors bring a unique perspective to Broward Center events as they detail, through written and video reviews, their behind-the-scenes experiences and exclusive […]

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Wycliffe Launches ‘Women of the Word’ Podcast

Wycliffe Bible Translators USA announced the launch of its new podcast, “Wycliffe Women of the Word.” Hosted by Beth Matheson and Jenn Stasak, “Wycliffe Women of the Word” is an opportunity for listeners to connect to the Bible, grow in community with other women and recognize their God-given value as women. Wycliffe has released the […]

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Christ Community Church Holds Drive-In Services

As businesses began shutting down operations due to the spread of Covid-19, Christ Community Church was faced with the decision of how to move forward. Like most churches, we immediately migrated our meetings and worship service online. This kept us connected but lacked a particular human element. Our people longed to be together. On Easter, […]

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Dr. Schwinn Takes the Helm at Palm Beach Atlantic University

Dr. Debra A. Schwinn has crisscrossed the country for her education and career. A native Midwesterner, she headed to Stanford University in California for medical school. Then, she moved to the East Coast to train in her clinical specialty of anesthesiology at the University of Pennsylvania. Next, came 20 years at Duke University in North […]

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15 Local Foster Youth Shattering National Graduation Statistics

Filling out applications to pursue her extravagant dreams, unwanted memories flooded Beatrice’s thoughts from her past. Beatrice, a foster youth at Place of Hope who is graduating from Palm Beach Gardens High Shool, explained how filling out FAFSA and scholarship applications, although exciting, is also a heart wrenching process for her and all of the […]

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Calvary Christian Academy Hosts “Drive-In” Senior Graduation

Calvary Christian Academy (CCA) seniors drove to school one last time the evening of Friday, May 22 for a “drive-in” graduation experience that marked the end of their high school journey. Each senior student had the opportunity to walk across an outdoor stage and have their moment of recognition while maintaining social distancing protocol. The […]

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An Audience of One

In Paul’s letter to the church in Colossae, he urged them to “let the word of Christ dwell in them richly, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom, singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs” (Colossians 3:16). But what does that look like when you don’t have the sound of a full band playing […]

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