Israel Yad Vashem Holocaust museum

Yad Vashem, the world’s center for Holocaust remembrance and education, is one of the most visited sites in Israel. Perched on Jerusalem’s Mount of Remembrance, the 45-acre complex includes museums, monuments, memorials, gardens, sculptures and world-renowned research centers. Yad Vashem is the largest museum of its kind in the world, and boldly shares the story […]

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Love and Respect Marriage Conference

Emerson Eggerichs and his wife, Sarah, are bringing their Love & Respect marriage conference to Fort Lauderdale on Feb. 12–13. They will be offering couples a unique way to celebrate Valentine’s Day by investing time in their relationship. “We see people that are newly married attending the conference, as well as couples that have been […]

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Trinity Spirit Fest II

“Get ready to be moved” is the theme of the Trinity Spirit Festival to be held on Saturday, February 6th in Delray Beach, featuring Dallas based-band, Addison Road, Colorado based-duo, The Sonflowerz, and South Florida-based, Cadence. The second annual event began when parents at Trinity Lutheran Church and School were developing a fundraising idea. “I […]

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Youth Center Opens in Pompano Beach

If the name Rocketown sounds familiar, you may know it as the record label of hit-song man, Michael W. Smith. What you may not know is that it’s also the name of a mega-popular youth center in Nashville. And now, there’s a Rocketown youth center in Pompano Beach. It looks like it’s going to be […]

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Retired attorney pens first Christian novel

Paul Turk practiced law as a board-certified trial lawyer at one of Florida’s most prestigious law firms, yet he’s always harbored a dream of writing a novel on his own personal docket. “I’ve had a passion for writing for a long time,” says the Wellington resident. “I love the creativity and developing characters.” “I wanted […]

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Preparation for the birth of Christ

“At that time Mary got ready and hurried to a town in the hill country of Judea, where she entered Zechariah’s home and greeted Elizabeth” (Luke 1:39). What did Mary do to “get ready” in the above verse? Perhaps she tidied up, or packed up something beautiful from her loom–maybe a recent project she was […]

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The Star of Bethlehem

O Star of wonder, star of night Star with royal beauty bright Westward leading, still proceeding Guide us to thy Perfect Light … and so goes the lyrics of We Three Kings as penned by John Henry Hopkins at a New York seminary in 1857. Over the years scholars have debated if this star of […]

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Bethlehem nights

Tired of the commercialized madness of the holidays? Feeling the need to experience the real meaning of Christmas? Hollywood Hills Church comes to the rescue with Bethlehem Nights. This church family wants to take you back in time and across the globe to Bethlehem–no passport necessary. Bethlehem Nights, held at Hollywood Hills United Methodist Church, […]

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Athlete raises aware of abused kids

New Orleans Saints Fullback Heath Evans hails from South Florida and even graduated from The King’s Academy in West Palm Beach in 1997. Highly regarded in the professional sports world, Heath views his successful career in football as nothing more than a platform to impact lives for Christ. “God doesn’t need NFL players, he needs […]

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Feinberg brings biblical parables to life

The salmon were in full summer swing in Sitka, Alaska, and author Margaret Feinberg was busy caring for her aunt’s bed and breakfast giving her relative a much-needed break. While serving up scones along with the usual morning chit-chat with the guests, Feinberg asked a visitor from Oregon what line of work she was in. […]

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