Taylor’s Closet new store in Pompano

What started as a dream in the heart of a 14-year old girl wanting to distribute “cool” clothes to girls in foster care, has grown into a Life that has transformed the lives of thousands of young girls in need.  Today, Taylor’s Closet will be able to reach many more lives as the organization has […]

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Parents tackle the world of technology

The world of technology has taken many parents by surprise as children have become savvier and technology has become more sophisticated. Parents are finding themselves blindsided when it comes to addressing and confronting tough issues in their children’s lives.  Sexually saturated images are filling children’s minds through video games, cell phones and computer websites.  These […]

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Gramling to be Southern Baptist Pastors’ Conference nominee

Troy Gramling, lead pastor of Flamingo Road Church in Cooper City, Fla., will be nominated for president of the Southern Baptist Pastors’ Conference during its June meeting in Orlando, John Cross, pastor of South Biscayne Church in North Port, Fla., announced March 18. Cross told the Florida Baptist Witness he will nominate Gramling because he […]

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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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Pro-family leaders react to healthcare reform

Rep. John Kline, R-Minn. With these votes, Congress has failed its most fundamental responsibility of representing the American people. National Right to Life Committee The executive order promised by President Obama was issued for political effect. It changes nothing. It does not correct any of the serious pro-abortion provisions in the bill.Concerned Women for America […]

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Airport body scanners violate

A group of Muslim scholars says it supports airline safety, but it is “deeply concerned” about the use of airport scanners that show nude images of the human body. “The Fiqh Council of North America (FCNA) emphasizes that a general and public use of such scanners is against the teachings of Islam, natural law and […]

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Nevada cracking down on brothel ads

A federal appeals court has upheld a Nevada law that prevents brothels from advertising in areas of the state where prostitution is not legal, such as Las Vegas and Reno, according to a report by The Associated Press. There are about two dozen brothels in the state. The ruling applies to billboards, Newspapers and leaflets. […]

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Americans to pay for abortions

When the House passed the historic Senate version of health care reform, it opened the door for the federal government to pay for more abortions than at any time in history. Rep. Bart Stupak, D-Mich., who had led the pro-life opposition, changed his vote after President Obama promised to sign an executive order said to […]

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Dallas Jenkins to release film, What If

Dallas Jenkins didn’t grow up spending hours sitting in front of a television or movie screen – his parents monitored how much TV time was allotted to their children. But as a young teen, Dallas got a glimpse of One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest, starring Jack Nicholson in one of his most impassioned performances. […]

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Americans want Internet gambling illegal

Two out of three Americans want Internet gambling to remain illegal, according to a Fairleigh Dickinson University poll. Nearly half of the people who responded – 46 percent – say casinos have a negative local impact. More than 1,000 people took part in the survey. Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., has introduced legislation that would legalize […]

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