Tim Tebow, God’s Quarterback

Strong in mind, strong in body and strong in spirit; those are words that many would use to describe Tim Tebow. One of the greatest quarterbacks in the history of college football, he won two BCS National Championships playing for the University of Florida Gators. He became the first sophomore in NCAA history to win […]

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The Hiding Place

Can there be freedom when evil triumphs all around you, when all that you love is taken away, and when your days are surrounded by brutality, death and horror in a Nazi concentration camp? In this remarkable true story published 40 years ago, Cornelia Ten Boom shares her journey from spinster watchmaker in 1937 Holland […]

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Journey to Everest

The local Nepalese call it Jomolungma, which means “mother goddess of the world.” To us it is the most revered of all mountain peaks. At 29,029 feet above sea level, no mountain competes with the grandeur and majesty that is Mount Everest. Beckoning adventurers from around the world, six Christians embarked on an incredible and […]

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Honoring a Father’s Dream: Sons of Lwala

It is late at night and cries of distress are heard from a woman giving birth in a remote village in Kenya. Although her baby is safely delivered, she is bleeding to death and in need of critical medical care. Although the hospital is very far way, villagers make an attempt to take her. Before […]

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The Whosoevers

She is young and she is ready to throw it all away. She is tired of the dysfunction and heartache that has followed her all of her young life. Drugs no longer appease her and love has always eluded her. In her desperation, she quietly makes plans to take her own life the very next […]

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Rock and Redemption

As I waited for the bookstore clerk to hand me a copy of the latest autobiography I was assigned to read, I was filled with trepidation and albeit a little fear. As I glanced at the cover, I couldn’t help but be a bit offended. Hanging on a cross of guitars, bare chested and enshrouded […]

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2011 Summer Movie Guide

In the sweltering heat of a typical summer day in South Florida, nothing quite beckons like the cool comfort of the local movie theatre. Ice cold mega-sized soda in hand and vat of buttered popcorn at the ready; we wait in the darkness with eager anticipation to be swept away into an engaging escape. Whether […]

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10 Films to Watch About Human Trafficking

Knowledge is the first step to fighting the war on human trafficking. These ten films and documentaries shine a spotlight on this global epidemic. Their tragic depictions will motivate you to take a stand in the modern day abolitionist movement. The Dark Side of Chocolate Have you ever thought that the chocolate you buy and […]

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Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things

For her 40th birthday, Lucy McCann wanted nothing more than to take a vacation to her native homeland of Cartagena, Colombia with her husband Oliver. Amidst the historical charm that lures many tourists to the balmy South American port, the couple took notice of a young girl in the distance. Dark skinned, dirty and clad […]

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FIGHT CLUB: Fighting Injustice and Giving Hope for Tomorrow

It is lunch time at a local high school. With prom only a few weeks away, students shuffle into Mrs. Anya Harrison’s classroom to plan and organize for the big event. After unveiling the fabric and hearing the instructions, the students take to the floor and begin folding and cutting organza. Similar meetings take place […]

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