Three Questions to Consider When Choosing a College

In their book Nurture Shock, authors Po Bronson and Ashley Merryman attempt to identify “supertraits” that, if learned and applied, will ensure a child’s success. Despite their exhaustive research, they concede that because children are “walking contradictions,” there is no one-size-fits-all approach to training up a child. Think Ian Malcolm’s chaos theory, which claims results […]

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Historic Deerfield Beach Church Removes “Baptist” From Name

Members of the 105-year-old First Baptist Church of Deerfield Beach recently voted 95 percent in favor of renaming the church The Church at Deerfield Beach, a move that went into effect on Pentecost Sunday, June 4th. The trend is gaining momentum among mainline Protestant churches to exclude their denominational affiliation from their church’s name as denominationalism […]

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Kirk Franklin to Perform at Gospel in the Son Music Fest

Multi Grammy and Platinum Gospel Artist Kirk Franklin will perform at the recently opened Miramar Regional Park Amphitheater on Saturday, October 7 starting at 7 p.m. at the Gospel in the Son Music Fest. Known for his repertoire of hit contemporary gospel songs with a fusion of R&B, hip hop and reggae, Franklin will be […]

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Fastest U.S. Marathon Runner to Appear at Christ Church

Ryan Hall, the fastest US marathon runner, will appear at Christ Church on Saturday and Sunday, September 9 and 10. Hall holds the US record for the half-marathon and became the first US runner to break the one-hour mark for that event. He is also the only American to run a marathon in less than […]

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The Call for Social Justice

We live in an imperfect world with a huge imbalance of wealth and power. Sometimes when we hear about social justice in Christian circles, we think of liberal theology, left-wing radicals and some denominations that seem to be more concerned with helping their fellow man than following a conservative doctrinal creed. But God is a […]

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South Florida Professionals Completed the 2017 Lifework Leadership Program

The National Christian Foundation of South Florida celebrated the 2017 Lifework Leadership class during a ceremony on May 11 at the Hillsboro Club. Lifework Leadership is a nine month leadership course with teaching from nationally known speakers, case studies with prominent business people, literary discussion and practical life application. Each class examines the life of […]

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Focus on the Family Brings Wait No More Event to South Florida

Focus on the Family is bringing its Wait No More Conference to South Florida to help find families for Florida’s waiting kids. The event is being held on Saturday, June 3rd from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Community Christian Church, located at 10001 W. Commercial Blvd. in Tamarac, as an opportunity for people to […]

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4KIDS Has Grown From a Small Spark Ignited 20 Years Ago

In 1997, something significant happened in our cities. Florida’s foster care brutality made national news headlines as children endured even greater trauma in the foster care system, making South Florida a dark place to be a child in foster care. Kids were starving, suffering abuse, and even disappearing or dying in the homes that were […]

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