Open Doors World Watch List Reveals Increase in Christian Persecution

The 2024 Open Doors World Watch List was released in January, sharing the latest findings on Christian persecution around the globe and regions where being a Christian poses the most significant risks. “As Christian persecution rises to the most significant levels in history, there’s an opportunity for us as believers to come alongside and support our brothers and sisters in Christ as they are enduring persecution for the sake of the Gospel,” said Open Doors US CEO Ryan Brown. “There is no better reminder than the annual release of the World Watch List that we need to stay informed about […]

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Danny Gokey and Unspoken to Perform at “Good Days Only” Music Festival 

“Good Days Only” Music Festival unites the spirit of creativity with faith and family for an unforgettable journey on February 23, 2024 from 12 noon to 11 p.m. at the Meyer Amphitheatre, located at 105 Evernia Street in West Palm Beach. It will be a day filled with music, laughter and a carnival of activities for the whole family, featuring popular musical artists Danny Gokey, Unspoken and Bryson Rory, along with performers such as 7eventh Time Down, Rory Comtois, Southbound, JJ Weeks, Shepherd, MVKEYYJ. Mountain City, Ty Morris H.O.W., The Borin Bros, Dave Pettigrew and Thomas Berberian! A Top-3 finalist […]

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Feeding South Florida® Announces its Fifth Annual “Feed Your Creativity” Art Competition

Pembroke Park, FL — Feb. 6, 2024 — Feeding South Florida®, the leading hunger-relief organization in South Florida, is excited to announce its Fifth Annual “Feed Your Creativity” Art Competition. Elementary, middle, and high school students throughout Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade and Monroe counties are invited to participate for the opportunity to have their artwork displayed on one of Feeding South Florida’s semi-trailer truck wrap – a 36-foot moving billboard that travels throughout South Florida. Feeding South Florida will accept artwork submissions Feb. 1 through April 30. The art competition is part of Feeding South Florida’s “Summer Hunger Ends Here” initiative, designed to raise the awareness and funds necessary to address summer hunger for kids in South Florida. It’s aimed to engage students, their parents, […]

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Samaritan’s Purse Provides Ambulances in Honor of Fallen Israeli Medics

Samaritan’s Purse President Franklin Graham joined hundreds of Israeli citizens on Jan. 23 to dedicate 14 new ambulances for Magen David Adom, the nation’s emergency medical services provider. Graham honored the sacrifices of 19 members of Magen David Adom who have been killed since Oct. 7, the start of the current Israel-Hamas war. “We don’t always understand why these things happen—why tragedy happens. But we have faith in God and know that He loves us,” Graham said, addressing the families of four fallen medical personnel. “We pray that these ambulances will bring comfort to the people of Israel, knowing that […]

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Holy Cross Health Surpasses $7 Million in Gifts from Foundation

The Guerrieri Family Foundation, in an ongoing commitment to the mission of Holy Cross Health, has announced that its latest donation brings the foundation’s total giving to more than $7 million.  A Word From Holy Cross “We are so grateful to the Guerrieri family for their incredible support of Holy Cross over the years,” Holy Cross CEO and President Mark Doyle said. “Because of their commitment and generosity, we continue to serve our community with healthcare excellence, cutting edge treatment, and compassionate and comprehensive care.”   The generous gift will fund the renovation of the three-story Holy Cross Medical Complex at […]

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BiG Children’s Foundation Announces Future Youth Education Center

BiG Children’s Foundation held “Twirl for Tomorrow” on November 10th, presenting a night of vision and fundraising for the future of teens in foster care. During the family-style dinner, Joyce Feldman, president and CEO of BiG Children’s Foundation, officially announced plans for the development and opening of a boutique Education Center in 2024, along with their goal of raising $575,200 to fund the project. “Together with our Community Partners, we are purposing to change the trajectory for teens in foster care,” said Feldman. Due to trauma and abuse, 80 percent of foster teens suffer serious health conditions including physical, emotional, […]

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If you could live one of the days of someone else’s life, who would it be and why?

This month, Good News Wants to Know… if you could live one of the days of someone else’s life, who would it be and why? I would like to have been Winston Churchill on July 4th, 1922, when, in a masterful speech, he convinced Parliament to adopt the Balfour Declaration thereby establishing for all time the Jewish homeland in the Palestine mandate. History shows it was this speech that saved the nation of Israel from extinction.   Oksana Horton, Creative Director, Torch and Trumpet Theatre Company If I could live one day of someone else’s life I would like to be Nathanael […]

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Orphans Classic and Auction Benefits 4KIDS

On October 9th, over 100 leaders from across Broward and Palm Beach County came together to golf for a cause at the 14th Annual South Florida Orphans Classic and Auction, presented by Gunther Motor Company. Hosted at Coral Ridge Country Club, between all the teams, thirty charitable businesses and churches were represented, each of them sharing a passion to transform the lives of kids and families impacted by the foster care system. In addition to their time out on the green, golfers enjoyed the opportunity to select high-end golf gear and apparel at the TravisMathew Shopping Experience, take part in […]

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ICEJ on the Frontlines in Israel

Israel suffered a terrorist attack on October 7, 2023, that was ten times greater than 911 and the largest massacre of Jews since the Holocaust. Over 200 Israelis are still being held hostage in Gaza while their fellow citizens have endured some 10,000 rockets fired out of Gaza and Lebanon aimed at their homes and cities. Over 120,000 Israelis are now displaced persons due to their communities either being destroyed or evacuated for security purposes. ICEJ helps Israel In response, staff of the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem (ICEJ) are working around the clock to bring urgent relief and encouragement to […]

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Could you be the next Innovators Summit winner?

We’re Hosting our 4th Annual Innovators Summit! Do you have a family-oriented ministry or non-profit you’ve been dreaming about starting? Save the Storks’ Innovators Summit can help you turn your business plan into a reality. What is it? A transformative non-profit accelerator designed to invest in individuals with a deep passion and unwavering drive to start their own nonprofit organizations that find innovative solutions to support families. By providing a comprehensive accelerator program, we empower these individuals to transform their visions into tangible realities. During the conference, you will gain insight into industry best practices, develop a strategy, and craft your […]

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