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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Downton Abbey: Classical Ideas for a Contemporary Culture

“Downton Abbey,” a British period drama that portrays the decline of the British aristocracy in the early 20th   century modern world, just closed the curtain on its sixth and final season. If you have yet to enjoy this show, you are most certainly missing out.  Written by Cambridge educated British producer Julian Fellowes, “Downton Abbey” has […]

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Cheeseburger in Paradise Raises Funds for People with Disabilities

It was an evening of burgers, music and fun at the annual “Cheeseburger in Paradise” event hosted by Victory Living Programs. This sold out island-themed event with more than 200 guests in attendance raised approximately $26,000. Proceeds from the event will help support the organization’s various programs that aim to help individuals with disabilities live […]

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A Live Learning Experience at Q Commons Fort Lauderdale

Trinity International University-Florida and Renew South Florida co-hosted Q Commons’ Live Learning Experience in Fort Lauderdale at the Axis Space Coworking on March 3. Thousands of people in 80 cities across the country and around the world gathered for two hours of engaging conversation on the cultural issues and topics that matter most to culturally […]

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Saint Joseph’s School Opens Green Market

On March 11 Saint Joseph’s Episcopal School middle school students harvested, packaged, and sold fresh produce from the school’s Community Garden and Tower Garden. St. Joe’s students, from the youngest three year olds to graduating eighth-graders, participated in tending the gardens as all learned sustainability, organic gardening, and the business of farming. Andrew Wideroff, middle […]

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The Bible and Marijuana Use

In the ongoing debate about the legalization of medical marijuana, I propose the following considerations in an effort to counterbalance the propaganda of some who think that this so-called mild hallucinogen might be relatively harmless. What if the euphoria of marijuana intoxication were not all-that innocent? What biblical principles — if any — should be […]

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TIU-Florida’s Alumni Association Celebrates Distinguished Alumni

The Trinity International University-Florida Alumni Association had an evening full of activities Last on October 15 that reconnected old friends at the First Baptist Church of Fort Lauderdale’s-Velocity Center. They also honored Trinity International University-Florida and Miami Christian College Heritage Alumni and celebrated their influence, impact and faithful participation in God’s redemptive work in the […]

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