A.D. is Continuing God’s Story

Back in 2013, millions tuned in to watch “The Bible” miniseries. And now the story continues! “From executive producers Roma Downey (“The Bible”) and Mark Burnett (“The Bible,” “The Voice”) comes an uplifting spiritual journey through the later chapters of biblical history. “A.D. The Bible Continues” picks up where the smash hit miniseries “The Bible” […]

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“Old Fashioned” is a Heart-warming Romance for the Ages

Going in to see this film with my wife, I was not sure what to expect. The trailers looked hopeful, but what kind of title is “Old Fashioned”? Then, as the reel began to roll, my doubts were soon replaced with captivation. Indeed, “Old Fashioned” is a much-needed and much-welcomed breath of fresh air in […]

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“Persecuted” Presents an Intriguing Premise But Does Not Deliver

One Media and Millennium Entertainment have come together to produce Persecuted, a new Christian film attempting to fuse a drama thriller with a politically engulfed mantra. The movie premiered on July 18 and was written and directed by Daniel Lusko (Epicenter, 2007; Riptide, 2010). The story Evangelist John Luther (James Remar) is the head of […]

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Hurricane Ready!

Hurricane season is upon us. Are you prepared? In South Florida many churches stand ready to help with disaster response, but the best response to a hurricane is for each individual to have a plan set in place in advance. When anticipating a hurricane, listen to a weather radio station for critical information from the […]

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Firewall Centers Mentor At-risk Students

“Our nation has a dropout epidemic. About 1.3 million students drop out every year. That’s 7,000 a day! At Firewall, we challenge the statistics and prove that with the right academic help and involvement, these at-risk students can not only survive, but thrive,” according to firewallcenters.org. Firewall Centers operates daily after-school tutoring and mentoring programs […]

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Spiritual Attachment Disorder (SAD)

Once upon a time, there was a loving Parent who walked with his children in peace and security—Paradise. But then something terrible happened: separation. The children were disconnected from their Caregiver. The relationship was severed because of rebellion, because of sin. Now, to this day, those children wander the Earth seeking to fill the void […]

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Just One – Defending the Defenseless

According to a UNICEF report, it is estimated that there are between 143 and 210 million orphans worldwide. After considering abandoned and trafficked children, the population easily rises to over 300 million children. That number is far too big. Yet, unfortunately, each year the number of orphans only seems to grow. Sadder still is that […]

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Christmas South Florida Style

For us Floridians, there may be no snow in sight, but, nevertheless, the sights and sounds of Christmas are in the air. Last December, over 2,500 people visited the Arts Park* in Downtown Hollywood for the holiday spectacular, “Christmas Near the Beach” (CNTB). This year, things are looking even grander for Event Director Deena McDaniel […]

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The Shadow Industry

If you live in South Florida, statistics show that you live within 10 miles of a modern day slave (hepzibahhouse.org). Sadly, our Sunshine state is a land of darkness for many, as Florida hosts the third highest population of trafficked individuals in the United States. Sound too farfetched? Consider some of these shocking realities: There […]

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