Allied Kitchen and Bath is Paying it Forward

Few business owners exemplify “paying it forward” as extravagantly as Bill Feinberg, of Allied Kitchen & Bath. His company’s designer showroom was built to host community events, with a working kitchen often utilized by celebrity chefs and a grand staircase that becomes center stage. Since Bill and his brother Joe founded the company in 1984, […]

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Christian College Fairs Are Coming Soon To Three Local Schools

Considering college? Representatives from about 20 Christian colleges across the country will be on hand to help you sort through the options during the Florida Christian College Fairs on September 5 and 7. Westminster Academy, 5601 N. Federal Hwy., Fort Lauderdale, will host the college fair from 9 to 11 a.m. on Wednesday, September 5th. […]

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Coach Rick Brings Joy to Children Worldwide Thru Sports

Almost 30 years ago, Coach Rick Andreassen, founder and president of SAINTS International Sports Ministry and SAINTS of Florida Homeschool P.E., knelt at the foot of his bed and prayed. “They were going to have me teach Sunday School [at New Covenant Church] and I was like, ‘Lord, I can’t.’ I was making all the […]

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Habitat for Humanity of Broward Breaks Ground on Its Largest Project

Habitat for Humanity of Broward celebrated the groundbreaking of “A Rick Case Habitat Community,” its largest project to date, on June 6 by recognizing the philanthropists behind it. The nine-acre site in Pompano Beach will feature 77 affordable homes and a publicly accessible park in the area of NW 15th St. and NW 6th Ave. […]

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Rodriguez Lauds the Impact of Lifework Leadership

As a graduate of Lifework Leadership’s Inaugural class more than 10 years ago, Miguel Rodriguez, CPA, PFS, Managing Partner of Rodriguez, Kinzbrunner & Company, LLP, has witnessed firsthand the impact the Lifework program and its alumni have had on his career, personal life and in the community. Applicable in today’s marketplace, Lifework Leadership is a […]

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2018 Graduates Are Poised to Impact the Future

Graduation celebrates the completion of high school accomplishments, yet the ceremony is called “Commencement” because it represents a new beginning.  “This is not the pinnacle,” said Boca Raton Christian School Principal Stephen Smith. “There are even greater things these graduates will do because they’ve been equipped and are sent out with a purpose and a […]

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Fighting for Kids Takes Faith

When caring for children in crisis, most agree that faith-based foster care services make a difference.  When children are placed in a loving family with support from the community and the local church, a dire situation is infused with hope. Proper training and support is critical to success.  Besides 4KIDS of South Florida, discussed on […]

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Lifework Alum Helps You SQUEEZE The Most Out of Your Money

After building the very successful healthcare technology company, Mobile Help, Elias Janetis is now helping consumers squeeze the most out of their paychecks by launching a new company aptly named SQUEEZE. While both companies utilize technology to benefit others, Janetis said there’s really no intersection except that he believes both ideas were inspired by God. […]

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Revealing the Foster Care Crisis Close to Home

If a child was in trouble in your backyard, would you help? Every day, 7 to 11 kids are removed from their homes in South Florida due to abuse and neglect. Their lives are turned upside down as they enter the foster care system with no place to call their own. These children and teens […]

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Lifework Leadership Spurs Family Legacy

In reflecting on legacy, John Kassing, CEO of Marquis and a Lifework Leadership alumnus, said “Our children will be the living testament to who we are; they are our legacy.” His wife, Susan Kassing, a Lifework Leadership Coach and alumnus, agreed, “The most important job on the planet is parenting.” Because they wanted their adult […]

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