Mothers: You Are Free

Being a mom means doing your utmost all the time to make sure that the house is sparkling, the kids are beautiful and well-dressed, there’s a hot meal on the table every night, you have an important career, and, to top it all off, you go to the gym a few times a week to […]

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“Woodlawn” Challenges Boundaries of Race and Faith

“Woodlawn” is a compelling, beat-the-odds, inspirational, motivational, story of struggle and the triumph of love over hatred. Clichés aside, all of that is true. Based on a true story, the movie opens in theaters on October 16. Set in the early seventies, “Woodlawn” illustrates the fight of a young African-American who plays football for a […]

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Develop a Heart Healthy Lifestyle

Every year in the U.S., about 600,000 people die from heart disease. That is just about one out of every four deaths, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). February is Heart Health Month. Heart disease is a serious problem in this country that can’t be learned about later; we need to […]

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“Unbroken” Delivers Christian Themes

With movies out like “Noah” and “Exodus,” many Christians are growing wary of Hollywood’s attempts at spirituality and with good reason: those movies butcher God’s Word. When word got out that Angelina Jolie was producing and directing a film based on a book in which faith plays a large role, many were skeptical that she […]

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When Choosing A Gift Has You Stumped

What to get, what to get…? So many options, but nothing seems right. Finding Christmas gifts is sometimes the hardest part of Christmas, especially when looking for someone important to you who seems to have everything he wants or needs. However difficult it may seem to be, it is not impossible. Before we continue, it’s […]

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At the Wheel of John Herbeck’s Auto

Drew Ciba, owner and president of John Herbeck’s Auto Repair since 2002, has built a reputation for doing great work and charging honest prices. A longtime resident of South Florida, he was brought up in Margate, later moved to North Carolina, but was drawn right back to settle in Pompano. Ciba and his wife, Dayla, […]

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College Credit for Addiction Recovery Program

Bringing hope and encouragement to those who have addictions but want to find a way out with Christ’s help,  Faith Farm Ministries and South Florida Bible College have united in an educational partnership that awards college credit for some life skills learned during addiction recovery. Faith Farm Ministries Faith Farm Ministries is a faith-based recovery […]

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FRIDLA Assists Latin Americans with Disabilities

Friends of the Disabled Latin America (FRIDLA), based in Rock Hill, South Carolina, has been reaching out to the disabled for over ten years; however, just a few months ago, FRIDLA began operations here in South Florida. The organization was developed in order to get the gospel out to those with disabilities and their families […]

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