Free Christian concert at Beachblast 2

Beachblast 2, a Christian Rock concert open free to the public, will be hitting Hollywood Beach on Feb. 20. The concert, put on by Apocalypse Evangelism Ministries, will be featured at the Hollywood Beach Bandshell, located right on the beach at Johnson Street in Hollywood, from noon to 4 p.m.Beachblast 2 will feature some of […]

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Ex-pornographer uses Internet for gospel

Godbeat Media Group has announced the official launch of Godbeat.tv, a family-friendly environment akin to YouTube. Users can upload and share videos and personal stories. They can create profiles and video blogs and share homemade footage of their band and other artists, their church and youth groups, and so forth. But unlike YouTube and similar […]

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Your road map to the ultimate life

Jack Alan Levine unveils his formula for true peace and happiness. Ask any American if they’re happy with their lives, and 9 out of 10 will give a resounding “No. Work stinks, relationships are horrible, the economy sucks–and there’s nothing we can do about it, except grin and bear it right?” Wrong! Jack Alan Levine’s […]

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FCA holds third annual golf and tennis classic

The Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) staged its Third Annual Gold Coast FCA Celebrity Golf and Tennis Classic on Nov. 2, at the beautiful Parkland Golf and Country Club. The tournament had more than 25 celebrities and 100-plus golfers teeing off for the FCA Mission, hosted by a legendary collegiate football coach, FAU’s Howard Schnellenberger, […]

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His House ranked #1 in South Florida

MIAMI – His House Children’s Home (His House), a non-profit organization that provides residential care, and foster parent and adoption services to abused and abandoned children, has again been ranked the #1 full-case management agency of the quarter by Our Kids of Miami-Dade and Monroe, Inc., the local lead agency for child welfare in Miami […]

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Local cleaning service helps cancer patients

You know that feeling of dread when you come home to a house in dire need of a cleaning. You may put it off for another day or mutter to yourself as you take care of the laundry, dishes and vacuuming. Imagine how it feels to a person who has spent the day at a […]

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The legacy left behind by Bishop Isaiah S. Williams Jr.

Bishop Isaiah Simmeon Williams Jr., senior pastor, founder and CEO of Jesus People Ministries Church International, Inc., was received home to be with the Lord on Thursday, July 2. After a brief time in the hospital, his death was attributed from complications affiliated with Lupus. He was 57 years old. A “Celebration of the Legacy […]

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Mission photographer’s work recognized in book of bests

The small child was sitting in the middle of a Guatemalan garbage dump. But even if her size caused her to be overlooked, her wailing would not allow it. The young girl caught the eye of Benjamin Rusnak, a photographer for the international charity Food for the Poor. More recently, the image of the child […]

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South Florida man wins contest to take his church group to China

HCJB Global, an international media and healthcare Life, announced recently that Hank Stout of Pompano Beach, Fla., is one of 10 nationwide winners of its “Voice and Hands” outreach project contest. HCJB, which stands for “Heralding Christ Jesus’ Blessings,” is a Life centered around a radio station created in 1930 of the same name. The […]

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Local third grader raises money to build homes in Haiti

Nine-year-old Rachel Wheeler was inspired to raise money to build Homes in Haiti after she learned that some Haitian children are so desperate for nourishment that they eat mud pies. “I cried, and I thought that we need to change that,” Wheeler told CBS4. Inspired by a recent visit to Food for the Poor with […]

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