Culture

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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Emmy Award-Winning Christmas Pageant Takes the Stage Again

The Fort Lauderdale Christmas Pageant, which has been delighting South Floridians for more than 30 years, will take the stage again on November 28 through December 14. This Emmy-winning show is presented by the First Baptist Church of Fort Lauderdale, and the church’s members put their heart and soul into the production, exuding the love, […]

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American Girl Fashion Show Benefits Ronald McDonald House

More than $5,000 was raised to benefit Ronald McDonald House (RMH) Charities of South Florida during an American Girl Fashion Show on October 12 at Parrot Jungle Island in Miami. Attended by over 500 people, the event showcased historical and contemporary fashions for girls and their dolls. It also featured an American Girl Boutique, fashion […]

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Major League Playoff Predictions

On Tuesday, September 30, the hunt for the World Series title began! On that night, two American League ball clubs faced off for the chance to advance to the A.L. Division Series. On October 1, two National League teams will have their shot to embark on a path to baseball glory. After the Wild Card, […]

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Loving My Gay Son as Christ Loves Me

Ann Mobley’s story is one of pain and triumph as told in her book “If I tell You I’m Gay Will You Still Love Me? One Mother’s Journey to Truth and Grace.” The book is as much about Ann as it is about her youngest son Danny, who is gay. And she tackles this subject […]

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Bobby Bowden: The Wisdom of Faith

Bobby Bowden is the winningest coach in the history of Division I college football. Over the last 20 years no program has a higher winning percentage than Florida State University. Bowden became the first coach in college football history to lead his team to 26 straight Bowl Games. He was inducted into the College Football […]

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Miami Dolphins 2014 Season Preview

The Dolphins are a franchise that has failed miserably in satisfying their fans ever since Dan Marino’s retirement. The players they draft rarely end up on the field, and they seldom land their desired free agents. All good, job-seeking head coaches are seemingly chased away by upper management. The owner seems to know little about […]

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