Thousands Expected to Walk for Freedom on February 25

In an effort to raise awareness and funds to combat the issues of human trafficking, The Freedom Challenge has created a movement to walk for freedom on February 25. Thousands of people; men, women and children, around the nation will walk virtually or attend one of three events in Florida, Colorado or Georgia. South Floridians […]

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Trinity International University Makes Strategic Moves

Trinity International University (TIU) has announced its second strategic move to improve facilities and expand its local programs in the South Florida area. Last August, classes in Miami-Dade moved from a church site to a facility in Kendall with administrative offices, current technology and the classroom space needed to serve their Miami students. This month […]

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Local Church Honors Homeless Couple with Wedding Ceremony

On Saturday, July 16th, Kat and Sal Taylor said “I do.” While all weddings are special, this one felt different. It tugged at the heart a little more. Why? Because Kat and Sal are part of the homeless community here in Fort Lauderdale, and on that Saturday, they were able to celebrate their love with […]

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Santa Claus Visits Local Hospitalized Children

As Santa Claus enjoys his summer vacation and the warm South Florida weather, he visited hospitalized children at Palms West hospital in July. The visit was courtesy of the Believe in Santa Foundation. Santa spends quality time with each hospitalized child in an effort to brighten their day, and help them forget about the reason […]

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Bible Study Group Celebrates Christmas in July

Friends and family of the Calvary Chapel Plantation Women’s Bible study group, “The Thursday Night Chica’s,” gathered on Saturday, July 9th to pack more than 700 shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child. This bi-annual event has occurred for over 8 years. Yearly, the group commits to pack over 1,000 gift-filled boxes for children around the […]

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Fishing Tournament Takes to the Waves for Foster Children

Open seas, smiling faces and the chance to haul in the ‘big catch’ greeted the fishermen of Place of Hope’s first Fish for Hope KDW (Kingfish, Dolphin Wahoo) Tournament on June 25. The new fundraising event welcomed 41 boats to Sailfish Marina, as competitors fished not only to win fantastic prizes, but also to support […]

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Keep Calm and Go Big!

The place was packed and spirits high as Christine Sneeringer stepped onto the stage.  Her comedy show, Not PC To Be Me, was spot on. As a former lesbian, she certainly is not “politically correct” to be doing Christian comedy. The applause grew in volume. This was it. This is what she had been hoping […]

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Christian Family Coalition (CFC) Florida to Host Pastor Protection Conference

Last year, even before the U.S. Supreme Court announced its Obergefell v. Hodges decision that legalized same-sex marriage, Christian Family Coalition (CFC) Florida launched a series of statewide Marriage Protection Conferences (MPCs) to teach pastors how to legally protect themselves from having to conduct same-sex marriages in their churches. A new Florida law passed in […]

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