Get off to a great start

My favorite toy as a child was my race car set.  It had a race track with a groove down the middle of each lane.  Once you learned how to keep your car in that groove, those little cars would fly around that track.  The secret to winning was to get the car properly in […]

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Majority now want health care do-over

Support for repealing the health care reform law has now reached 63 percent according to new numbers from Rasmussen Reports. Weekly polling has shown most Americans opposed the reform, even during the debate, but this is the first time the number has broken 60 percent.Gary Bauer, with American Values, says opposition to the law is […]

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Dancers discover where real power lies

  The dancers of Expressions of Joy Dance Academy recently learned where real power lies when one of their dance performances was almost cancelled due to loss of power. On June 4th, four hours prior to the dress rehearsal for their upcoming performance of Hind’s Feet on High Places in the Township in Coconut Creek, […]

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Socialism’s not in the Bible, Mr. President

  Having placed 50 percent of America’s economy under government control, the Obama Administration is now angling for a tighter grip on the financial sector. The operative word is “fairness,” which is shorthand for Obama’s famous campaign promise to “spread the wealth around.” When critics said that this remark to “Joe the Plumber” displayed Obama’s […]

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Letter from the Publisher

  Neighbors are people that we see every day. If you think about it, they do a lot for us. They keep us from being the only house on the street. They fill up the mall and the grocery store so we don’t have to shop there alone. But they affect our lives in bigger […]

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Iran’s apostasy charge dropped

  Apostasy charges have been dropped against two Iranian converts to Christianity who spent more than 250 days in jail for their faith. The two women were permitted to leave Iran on Saturday, May 22, according to Elam Ministries, a U.K.-based organization working to strengthen the Iranian church. “We have seen the Lord do miracles […]

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Global Day of Prayer May 23, 2010

VISIONThe Glory of Christ and the Blessing of the Nations. “For the earth will be filled with the glory of the LORD, as the waters cover the sea.” (Habakkuk 2:14) MISSIONTo call Christians from all Nations to: Unite in repentance and prayerWork together as God’s servants for the blessing and     healing of the […]

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National Day of Prayer

A federal judge in Wisconsin has declared the National Day of Prayer unconstitutional. Judge Barbara Crabb ruled in mid-April that government recognition of the day violates the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment. The decision “carries out the Founders’ plan of preserving religious liberty to the fullest extent possible in a pluralistic society,” wrote Crabb.Attorneys […]

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National Day of Prayer violates sep of church and state

A federal judge in Wisconsin has declared the National Day of Prayer unconstitutional. Judge Barbara Crabb ruled in mid-April that government recognition of the day violates the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment. The decision “carries out the Founders’ plan of preserving religious liberty to the fullest extent possible in a pluralistic society,” wrote Crabb.Attorneys […]

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May Day 2010: A cry to God for our nation

Beginning at 6:10 a.m. on Saturday, May 1st, “May Day” will be in full swing. Christians from across the United States will be gathering in front of Washington’s Lincoln Memorial, joining hand in hand with other Christian and Jewish leaders. The goal of May Day? To come together, pray and seek the face of God; […]

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