Overcome Any Addiction

If you’re addicted, please listen. You may feel like you don’t have it in you – like you’ve tried to get sober and failed. You feel like you’re at war and you’re getting the snot knocked out of you. It feels like you are starving and you have no more supplies, and you’ve been out […]

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Outstanding High School Graduates

View full layout of this article here Congratulations Graduates! To these outstanding students and all high school graduates, we applaud your accomplishment and encourage you to stand strong as you pursue your future plans. 1. Alexandra Gomez, Calvary Christian Academy Managing editor of The Messenger, Calvary Christian Academy’s award-winning high school news magazine for four years, […]

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Outstanding High School Graduates

Outstanding High School Graduates Rise Above the Culture Faced with a barrage of images on Instagram and Facebook, constant texting and Snapchat, teen icons like Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber taking center stage in the media, and hoody-clad stars spewing rap on the airwaves, this generation of youth is met with challenges like never before. In […]

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Alone Yet Not Alone Showing June 13

The riveting family-friendly drama, Alone Yet Not Alone is slated for a broad release in over 200 theaters nationwide including theaters in South Florida on June 13.  Alone Yet Not Alone received an Academy Award Nomination for Best Original Song in spring 2014. Joni Eareckson Tada’s video recording of the song online rocketed to over […]

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What is a Classical Christian education?

A Classical Christian education is an approach to schooling in which the curriculum is built upon the pillars of the Bible and the great works of literature that helped form Western thought and civilization. The label “Christian” is easily understood as the Bible along with related writings and teachings from a Judeo-Christian worldview, which play […]

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Lessons From Unsung Founding Mothers

The Scriptures describe many mothers who should be well-known to Christians and Jews. Three biblical women who faced unique challenges were Rahab, Deborah and Abigail. Each of these “founding mothers” also still teaches unique lessons to anyone today willing to learn. Double Agent Rahab, a Canaanite woman of ill report, lived in the Promised Land […]

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4KIDS Center Spread

  Building Blocks to Permanent Families There are 400,000* children and youth in foster care in America, and 4,000 of them are here in South Florida. What better time than May, which is National Foster Care Month, to acknowledge the foster parents, family members, volunteers, mentors, policymakers, child welfare professionals, members of the community and […]

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Why Is It So Hard To Admit I Make Mistakes?

The following question came up on my radio program, Ask the Counselor. Q: “I have been telling myself for months now that “I had to” do something very radical in order to survive a very difficult time. Most of my trusted friends, family and counselors disagreed with my action. I felt very frustrated. Why could […]

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An Incredible Night to Remember at ReachFest 2014

More than 5,800 South Floridians gathered at the Sunset Cove Amphitheater in Boca Raton last month to hear Christian performers MercyMe, Britt Nicole, Jamie Grace, Colton Dixon and Citizen Way during ReachFest 2014, and it was one amazing night. “I am blown away by what I saw our Lord JESUS do that evening as He […]

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God’s Warrior Princess

At 21 years old I heard God speak to me in my dreams. He came to my rescue. It was the night I planned to take my own life. I was ready to end it all. And then, God shouted to me “I love you! I love you!” I was consumed. His love rendered me […]

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