Culture

“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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Heisman Trophy Winner ‘All In’ for Jesus and Team

Heisman Award Winner Marcus Mariota and the Oregon Ducks are gearing up for a Rose Bowl Appearance on New Year’s Day. But before his Heisman Award-winning season, The Fellowship of Christian Athletes had a chance to sit down with Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota, the Oregon Ducks quarterback who has been a Heisman favorite all season […]

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Experience Handel’s Messiah

The New Presbyterian Church Concert Choir, professional orchestra and soloists present the most popular and beloved oratorio ever written in the English language, Handel’s Messiah, on Sunday, December 14 at 2 p.m. The concert will be held at Pompano Beach High School, 600 NE 13th Ave. in Pompano Beach. Directed by Steven Hammaker, the performance […]

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Pick PDQ for a Fresh Family Feast

Eating right can be a challenge during the holiday season as schedules are squeezed and meal planning falters. PDQ is an excellent option for families on the go. PDQ stands for People Dedicated to Quality and they are true to their name. Serving up fresh tenders, hand-tossed salads and made-to-order sandwiches, it’s not the usual […]

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CCA Wins SFC Football Championship

Calvary Christian Academy took home its first Southeastern Football Conference Championship trophy after defeating Coral Springs Charter, 31-20 on Saturday, November 15 at FAU Stadium. It was a fitting end to an undefeated 11-game season. “Victory belongs to the Lord,” said Head Football Coach and Assistant Athletic Director Kirk Hoza. “We just try to be […]

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Naughty Or Nice?

Do you remember hearing “Santa Claus is coming and he only brings toys to nice boys and girls. If you are naughty all you will get is a lump of coal.” Naughty or nice, does God work like Santa Claus? God or Santa As Christmas approaches how about you, have you been naughty or nice? […]

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The Year of Bible Films And What’s Next

Many of us have complained about the worldly Hollywood movies. But as the saying goes, “It’s better to light a candle than curse the darkness.” The year of 2014 experienced a record number of faith-based (i.e., Bible-based, Christian) films in theaters, many of which delivered powerful, life-changing messages — truly “lights in a dark place.” […]

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A Thankful Heart in Difficult Times

Thanksgiving is drawing near and for many finding reasons to be thankful can be a bit challenging. In fact, trying to come up with just one noteworthy circumstance or event can even be a chore. It doesn’t help that many of us are feeling a loss of the initial heart and zeal that once shaped […]

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