Faith-Based Ministries Invite You to Confront Human Trafficking

Community of Hope Church, in Loxahatchee, invites you to join them for “Confronting Human Trafficking” on February 25th from 7 – 8:30 p.m. This event will bring together faith-based ministries at the forefront of the fight and will feature a 30-minute documentary, produced by Place of Hope, that allows people to really understand the modern […]

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First Priority Brings Game Day to Elementary Schools

First Priority is bringing a fun-filled gospel message to elementary schools in the New Year, and they are seeking churches, parents, volunteers and school sponsors to get in the game with them. FP Game Day is a new after-school club, featuring 20 minutes of high energy games followed by a Bible lesson and an invitation […]

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The Fort Lauderdale Christmas Pageant Thrills Audiences With A Message Of Hope

A South Florida mainstay, the Emmy-Award-Winning Fort Lauderdale Christmas Pageant returns for its 36th season this year, focusing on “The Thrill of Hope.” And what’s more thrilling than the circus? “It’s Barnum the Musical meets the revival of Pippin and The Greatest Showman,” announced Service Programming Director at First Baptist Fort Lauderdale David Gross. Promising […]

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Florida Christian College Fairs Held Locally in September

Representatives from Christian colleges across the country will visit four local high schools in September to speak with graduating seniors, juniors and parents. The fairs will be hosted by Westminster Academy in Fort Lauderdale on Monday, September 9 from 9 – 11 a.m. and at Jupiter Christian School from 1:30 – 3 p.m. On Tuesday, […]

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Bramos Makes Ministry A Family Affair

If you are involved in Christian ministry in South Florida, especially worship or youth ministry, there’s a strong possibility you’ve encountered a member of the Bramos family. For Victory Life Church Senior Pastor Ron Bramos, his wife Cheryl, their four biological children, two affectionately “adopted,” and their spouses, ministry is definitely a family affair. Meet […]

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Graduates Prepared to Unleash Their Talents 2019

As the class of 2019 walks across the stage to receive their diplomas and into the next season of their lives, administrators and staff have high hopes for what they see as some of the most naturally talented students they’ve seen. Graduates of 2019 “When I think about the class of 2019, I see an […]

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High School Club Sponsors Two Habitat for Humanity Homes

A student-run Habitat for Humanity Club at Cypress Bay High School founded by graduating senior Matthew Liebman recently donated almost $20,000 to sponsor the construction of two homes in A Rick Case Habitat Community, a 77-home build located in Pompano Beach. Liebman received an honorable mention in the 2019 Silver Knight Awards for the social […]

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