“The Gospel According to Scrooge” is a Rare Musical of a Redemptive Christmas

“The Gospel According to Scrooge” stage production returns for its second year, bringing Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol to life in ministry to South Florida’s communities this December. Revelation Ministries, South Florida’s Christian performing arts organization, will present this free Christmas production at New Covenant Church on December 1, at Community of Hope on December […]

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New Mount Olive Baptist Church Celebrates 100th Anniversary

Established November 25, 1918, New Mount Olive Baptist Church marks its Centennial year with a series of spectacular festivities. After its historic exhibit, senior luncheon gala, annual cookout and choir reunion concert in October, the church will host its 100th Anniversary Gala and Centennial Worship Service, November 9 and 11 respectively. Dr. Marcus D. Davidson, […]

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Retired Nurse Saves Lives Outside Fort Lauderdale Abortion Facility

Patty Kelly is into saving lives. A retired critical care nurse, since 2016 Patty has been doing much the same outside an abortion facility on Oakland Park Blvd. Only now she saves lives by sharing compassion and critically needed information to help abortion-minded women choose life. Patty said, the best part of what she does […]

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Nick Vujicic Brings Hope and Healing

“As a kid, I never thought that anything good could ever come from my broken pieces….you know, I went to school and kids would look at me and be like ‘what happened,’ and I go ‘cigarettes’ (audience laughs),” Nick Vujicic, evangelist, author, speaker, and president of Life Without Limbs, said with comic relief. At the March […]

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Resolution Sheds Light on Link Between Porn and Sex Trafficking

Florida lawmakers are pushing for a resolution to declare pornography a health crisis. As our state advances in this process, at least five others have moved ahead and passed resolutions acknowledging the public health crisis that pornography creates, according to FighttheNewDrug.org. They are Arkansas, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, and Virginia. The state legislatures of Florida, […]

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Community Brings Hurricane Relief

In the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, South Floridians, nonprofits and church communities are giving intentionally to bring relief to the hardest hit areas in the Keys and Puerto Rico. As the Acts 2 Church shared its possessions “with all, as anyone might have need” (Acts 2:45), so are faith-based organizations and community leaders. […]

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Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church Plans to Launch LauderdaleLead

Businesspeople from all walks of life meet monthly at Boca Raton Community Church for BocaLead to enjoy a casual lunch and take away a few principles to help their professional life grow. This popular event, pioneered by Pastor Bill Mitchell, a businessman for 25 years, is now being offered in Fort Lauderdale beginning in September […]

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Community Comes Together to Rebuild Low-Income Homes

Home improvement has taken on a whole new meaning with Rebuilding Together. “Christianity is more caught than taught,” said Chris Reny, senior pastor of Church by the Sea. “It is about letting your life speak.” Reny, among other Christian leaders, joined Rebuilding Together Broward County to upgrade low-income homes in April in commemoration of National […]

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