Xtreme Christian Music Conference

The Xtreme Christian Music Conference, coming to the BB&T Center in Sunrise on Saturday, January 18 and Sunday January 19, is bringing some of the top names in Christian music right here to South Florida for a two day event you don’t want to miss. With an artist lineup including Hillsong... -Read More


One Way Love

Of the six books local pastor Tullian Tchividjian has written, including the bestselling and award winning Jesus + Nothing = Everything, he considers his most recent project “the book I was born to write.” One Way Love, which is being released through publisher David C. Cook on October 1, is Tchividjian’s... -Read More


Writin’ 4 Da Son

Graffiti is literally everywhere in South Florida. Bus stops, warehouses, billboards, train cars and more are easy targets for area youth to vandalize. Recently, graffiti tagging became front page news when Miami Beach police used a tazer on Israel Hernandez-Llach after pursuing him for vandalizing an abandoned building with graffiti. Hernandez... -Read More


Be Rad for Good

South Florida’s premier surf and skate shop, Island Water Sports (IWS), has an exciting skate contest series happening right now, with three contest events leading up to their 35th annual Daytime Radness (formerly Midnight Madness) event taking place on Friday, October 18 in Deerfield Beach. Whether you are a skater, the... -Read More


How Do We Respond?

By now, countless millions of tweets, posts, blogs and articles have been written about the outcome of the George Zimmerman / Trayvon Martin case. Chances are you’ve read, and perhaps even written, more than a few yourself. Almost everyone has picked a side; some have been very outspoken about their position... -Read More


Children’s Ministry of South Florida

Did you know that 80 percent of the children in America do not attend church on a regular basis? While many churches have amazing and dynamic children’s ministries, the sad fact is that of the over 40 million children between the age of 4 and 14 living in the United States... -Read More


Trees of Hope

15 years ago, local woman Dee Proietto had an awakening. Although she had come to Christ years earlier and was even serving in ministry, Proietto had deep wounds from sexual abuse she experienced as a child; wounds that had yet to be healed. She shares, “I didn’t realize how deeply the... -Read More


Eikon – The Image of the Invisible God

Every Wednesday night, hundreds of college and career aged young people gather in Fort Lauderdale for a time of amazing worship, engaging teaching and rich fellowship around God’s word. The ministry is called Eikon, and is Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale (CCFL)’s initiative to impact the young adult community in South Florida... -Read More


Gospel on the Go

It’s been a little over five years since Andrew and Daniele Vuksic said goodbye to the comforts of home in South Florida and set out on a mission to share the gospel in Croatia. With no major sending organization behind them, no knowledge of the Croatian language, and certainly no guarantee... -Read More


Denominations Explained

It is no secret that mainline denominational churches have been on a steady decline for decades. The non-denominational church has been “it” for the last 30 plus years. However, with a recent surge of new denominational-affiliated church plants, as well as a resurgence of reformed theology in recent years, some denominations... -Read More