Planning Your Mother’s Extraordinary Day

When you are a mother, you are never really alone in your thoughts.  A mother always has to think twice – once for herself and once for her child.  ~Sophia Loren I recently came across a description of what a mother “is”. It said that, “She is a cook, house keeper, teacher, nurse, handyman, maid, […]

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Heaven is for Real: Just Maybe the Real Thing

I remember picking up Heaven is for Real at the bookstore and being a bit skeptical. Haven’t we all heard a story or two of people dying for a short period of time and sharing their experience of Heaven…or Hell. I questioned how accurate a young child could recall an event like this, if it […]

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Good Christian B**ches

Well, it looks like ABC and parent company Disney are taking inappropriate television shows to the next level. Soon to air on your television: Good Christian Bitches. No, that wasn’t a typo. The Parents Television Council (PTC), along with countless Christians, are not happy with the title or subject matter of ABC’s new show. PTC […]

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The Church With Lots of Potential

There have been a lot of changes and big events going on at Potential Church in Cooper City. If the new name sounds unfamiliar, you may remember them as Flamingo Road Church. Changing the name was one of the church’s main changes of 2010. On the weekend of 10.10.10., over 14,000 people formerly known as […]

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Fighting For A Second Chance

Adversities can affect us at any age. As adults, most of us are prepared to handle difficulties that may come our way, but facing traumas and adversities as a young child can be extremely difficult, especially when there is no parent around to direct the child through a painful season.Traumas in childhood are known to […]

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Springtime and the Significance of the Feasts

Spring is here, and along with rain and flowers it brings a time of both reflection and joy for many Christians. During this season we celebrate God and give thanks for His love and the sacrifice that was made for us through His son, Jesus. God’s plan of redemption for His people began to unfold […]

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God’s Perfect Plan of Salvation

As Easter approaches, we are entering the season in which we commemorate the death, burial and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. I am often asked from friends and family who do not yet have a relationship with Jesus how he was different from other men who have walked on this earth and why he […]

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Gendercide

After recently watching the How to End Gendercide video on the All Girls Allowed website, a flurry of emotions came over me; it began with a mixture of confusion, distress and worry and ended with a feeling of hope. I couldn’t help but imagine if I had been born in China, I could have possibly […]

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A True Story of Plight to Prosperity

Sometimes in life we have the opportunity to come across people who have been propelled into positive change through difficulties and suffering that were beyond their control – health issues, job loss, death of a loved one, etc. For these people, the catalyst was in fact the hardship or adversity they faced. Kim Canavan is […]

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