Homeschool? Me?

I grew up going to traditional schools (private and public). As an adult, I ended up teaching every possible subject from physical education to social studies, and then I had kids. My intentions were to send them to school because that is how I grew up, and I turned out fine, right?  Homeschooling When my […]

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Rob Pacienza Takes Helm of Christian Media Ministry

(Scroll down to leave a comment on Rob Pacienza’s accomplishment) The D. James Kennedy Ministries (DJKM) Board of Directors has named Pastor Rob Pacienza the new President and CEO of DJKM, a Christian media ministry founded by the late Dr. D. James Kennedy whose television program, “Truths That Transform,” airs nationwide. About Rob Pacienza Pastor […]

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History Fort Lauderdale Exhibits Art of Tim Forman and Friends

History Fort Lauderdale, celebrating 60 years of being the proud steward of our community’s past by making our heritage accessible and engaging to residents and visitors, will present “Tranquil Tropics: The Art of Tim Forman & Friends” from Sunday, July 10 through Sunday, September 11. This all-new summer art exhibit featuring Forman’s award-winning work alongside […]

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Homeschool Students Celebrate a Fun-Filled Season of Fitness

Saints of Florida Homeschool PE completes its 25th season, as Founder Coach Rick Andreassen and the awesome Saints staff present awards to over 500 homeschool students throughout the state of Florida. SAINTS is a fully accredited PE program for homeschool students where children pray together, play together, and lift up the name of the Lord […]

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BigCardio 5K Fitness Event Benefits Teens in Foster Care

After a two-year hiatus, BiGCardio came back this year. And what fun it was! If you’re not familiar with the event, it is a fun community event that takes place annually on the first Saturday in May to raise awareness of National Foster Care month, and to benefit teens in foster care through BiG Children’s […]

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Faith Based Summit Kicks Off 7th Annual Behavioral Health Conference

More than 400 health professionals from across the region joined United Way of Broward County’s Commission on Behavioral Health & Drug Prevention, in collaboration with Broward Behavioral Health Coalition, Florida Department of Children and Families, FHE Health and Signature Grand, for the 7th Annual Behavioral Health Conference: The Power Of Prevention, where renowned psychologists, professors, […]

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Offerdahl and Vazquez Speak at Masterpiece Women

Lynn Offerdahl, owner of Offerdahl’s Off-The-Grill, and Beth Vazquez, founder of Recess & Results, shared how their passion for faith, fitness and family shaped their unique callings during Masterpiece Women, hosted by Tina Rains, founder, on April 21st at South Florida Bible College in Deerfield Beach. About Masterpiece Women Masterpiece Women is a movement of […]

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Good News Wants to Know… – Music

There are many music genres to choose from, Good News Wants to Know… What artist or band do you always recommend when someone asks for a music recommendation? Is there a particular song? I love all kinds of worship music, and I believe that it is important to create an atmosphere in our homes, in our churches and […]

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Five Families Welcomed to Their New Habitat Broward Homes at ‘A Rick Case Habitat Community’

Habitat for Humanity of Broward welcomed home five hard working families on Saturday, February 5th at “A Rick Case Habitat Community” in Pompano Beach. Representative Chip LaMarca, Broward County Commissioner Lamar Fisher, Pompano Beach Mayor Rex Hardin, and Vice Mayor Beverly Perkins joined the new homeowners to celebrate along with Habitat home sponsors, board members, […]

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Hannah’s Home to Expand After Successful Fundraiser

After raising over $400,000 at its 10th annual fundraising gala, Hannah’s Home of South Florida is moving to expand capacity to meet the needs of the single, pregnant young women in the home’s care. Hannah’s Home Expands to Help Every year, Hannah’s Home must turn away nearly 200 women due to a lack of capacity. […]

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