The King’s Academy’s Opens Science and Technology Center

 One cheerful “Einstein” and a “mad scientist” held open the doors to the new Boswell Science and Technology Center, welcoming guests and staff to explore the hallways of scientific discovery at The King’s Academy.  On August 13, 2018, more than 300 guests and staff members toured the pristine classrooms, laboratories and offices of The King’s […]

-Read More


Forum Educates Advocates About New Legal Protections for Seniors

The Law Offices of Cynthia J. Arevalo, Value Care at Home & Presidential Place Assisted Living Facility hosted a lunch on August 9 for professionals working with our seniors to educate about Florida’s New Injunction for Protection Against Exploitation of Vulnerable Adults.  This law became effective on July 1st, 2018, and it’s the first of […]

-Read More


Cross International Rebuilding Communities After Volcano

Cross International and its ministry partners in Guatemala are launching a major community building effort to help families displaced by the Fuego Volcano eruption. The effort aims to provide new housing construction for 1,100 families with donor support. Because of the disaster, hundreds of people died and hundreds more remain missing. The thousands who fled […]

-Read More


Hope Women’s Centers Opened New Fort Lauderdale Center

Hope Women’s Centers has opened their doors at their new medical center location in Fort Lauderdale. Their lease was up at their previous Fort Lauderdale Center where they have seen patients for many years, and many renovations were needed to what was an already older building. So, they began looking and are now very happy […]

-Read More


Residents Celebrate Independence Day at New Facility

On the Fourth of July, residents of Symphony at the Waterways in Fort Lauderdale celebrated our country’s birthday with decorations, music, entertainment, delicious barbecue and a fishing contest. They also heard from Nikolas Kimaz, a candidate for U.S. Congress Florida District 22. Symphony at the Waterways is an Assisted Living and Memory Care facility centrally […]

-Read More


Guests Learn About Lifework at Summer Social

  Stephan Tchividjian, president of the National Christian Foundation, introduced and shared the vision of Lifework Leadership over lunch on July 18 along with Christine De Vries, program director, and Melodie Stoligrosz, event coordinator, at Padrino’s, a restaurant owned and operated by a Lifework Leadership alumnus. Why Lifework? In today’s world, integrating faith into our […]

-Read More


More Than 50 Boats Participate in Fish For Hope KDW Tournament

After weeks of rain the sun was shining on Place of Hope’s Third Annual Fish for Hope KDW Tournament on June 9. The fundraising event welcomed 53 boats and 40 sponsors to Sailfish Marina. Competitors fished not only to win fantastic prizes but also to support individual children in Place of Hope’s care. The winners […]

-Read More


Davie United Methodist Announces New Pastor

Davie United Methodist Church welcomed Scott Didriksen as their new Senior Pastor in June. Didriksen will be taking over for Pastor Zig Bays who is the new senior pastor at Chaires United Methodist in Tallahassee. Didriksen is coming from Cokesbury United Methodist Church in Margate and will be joined by his lovely wife Lauren and […]

-Read More