Summer Fun for Kids

With summer vacation right around the corner, don’t be left scrambling to put a plan together for your kids. Below are a few great local summer activities worth checking out! Camp Eleven – Harbour Church Harbourchurch.org June 24 –28 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Camp Eleven’s theme is the quest for hidden treasure. Camp Eleven […]

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Sons of Grace

Mafia associate. Drug-addict. Biker-gang enforcer. God-doubter. Prison convict. Not quite the ideas that pop into one’s mind when describing the typical Christian man. Yet, as we can so easily forget, God loves to redeem and use the rebel, the castaway, and the “hard case.” Sons of Grace is a raw, real and honest account of […]

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The Wounded Warrior Project

According to the organization Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (iava.org) 48,253 soldiers have been wounded in the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan since their inception. IAVA also reports that there were 23 Army suicides in the month of June 2012 alone. While the average American cannot begin to fathom the stresses, emotions and horrors […]

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Climbing Everest for Freedom

Four South Florida Women to climb Mount Everest in April to “Declare Life, Declare Justice, & Declare Freedom.” This April, four South Florida women will join 40 other women from around the globe to take on Mount Everest as a part of the worldwide fight against human trafficking. Local climbers Debbie Dingle and Jill Taylor […]

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Liberate: Putting Grace into Practice

Do you ever find yourself wondering if God really loves you? Are there times when, despite the shiny, happy image you portray to those around you, you feel like a failure in God’s eyes because of your secret doubts, sins and struggles? For many Christians, although we understand God’s love and grace as concepts, their […]

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Hate the Sin, Love the Sinner?

Have you ever heard the phrase “hate the sin, love the sinner?” If you have been a Christian for any length of time, this phrase is probably familiar to you, and you have probably even used it yourself. After all, it certainly sounds right on the surface. God hates sin, but loves sinners, right? But […]

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Casting Crowns Comes to South Florida

On Saturday, March 2, local Christian radio station ReachFM will welcome Casting Crowns to South Florida for a night that promises to be much more than just a concert. At 7 PM, the band will be in concert at the Sunset Cove Amphitheater in Boca Raton. Since 2003, Casting Crowns has earned 14 GMA Dove […]

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Are Addictions a Disease?

Drugs. Alcohol. Gambling. Food. Sex. Shopping. Chances are if you have never struggled with an addiction yourself, there is someone in your immediate circle of friends or family who has either battled one or is in the midst of the fight right now. A widely-held belief in modern-day drug treatment and psychology is that addictions […]

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2013 Year in Preview

The very fact that you are reading this means the world didn’t end on December 21, 2012 as the doomsday prophets predicted. 2013 has arrived with its own set of challenges and opportunities for the 7 billion of us walking this planet. Here’s a look at some of the things that 2013 is likely to […]

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Supernatural Obsession

The New York Times reports that the October 14, 2012 season three premiere of AMC’s zombie drama The Walking Dead smashed previous cable TV records with a total of 10.9 million viewers. The Twilight saga of books and films has grossed a combined $5.7 billion worldwide as of the date of this publication. Vampire-themed shows […]

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