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Stigma

Do you have a stigma? You might ask, “What actually is a stigma?” Our wonderful dictionary (yes, they do actually still exist) defines stigma as the following: stig ma – a mark of disgrace associated with a particular circumstance, quality or person Stigmas can be subtle, and stigmas can be bold. Sometimes stigmas are self-induced, […]

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Feeding South Florida® Hosted Community Breakfast

Feeding South Florida, the leading domestic hunger-relief organization serving South Florida, hosted its “Summer Hunger Ends Here” community breakfast, open to the public, on July 10 at Signature Grand in Davie. The event was presented by Delta Air Lines. During the breakfast, Feeding South Florida leaders including President and CEO Paco Vélez, Executive Vice President […]

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Community Event Raises Funds for Safe House

Supporters enjoyed a short stack for a tall cause at a Community Safety Event and Fundraiser at Applebee’s restaurant in Tamarac on June 29. Proceeds benefitted Wholeness Ministries, which aims to bring complete wholeness for the abused, addicted and trafficked through the power of Jesus Christ. Megan Bowerman, Vice President & Founder of Wholeness Ministries, […]

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“Overcomer” Brings Faith, Humor and Inspiration

What do you allow to define you? This question invites each of us to reflect on our identity and what it looks like to craft a meaningful life. “Overcomer,” a new film debuting on August 23, 2019, takes viewers on a journey as the characters wrestle with this question themselves.   From the makers of “Facing […]

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You Are Beautiful

You can clearly see the beauty of your Lord, though you have never seen Him. You see Him as wonderfully beautiful because you know something of the depth of beauty. Beauty, to you, is easily discernable without sight. You know beauty apart from visibility. You can measure your own beauty apart from a mirror; you […]

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Redeemed Road Kill

The culture has many complaints against Christianity. As Mahatma Gandhi said, “I like your Christ. I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ.” Perhaps the top complaint is that we are hypocritical, saying one thing and doing another. This, of course, is true for everyone, which is why we still […]

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Till Death Us Do Part?

Whether we’re married or not, most people can recite the traditional Christian wedding vows; I, (Name), take you, (Name), to be my lawfully wedded wife/husband, to have and to hold from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, to love and to cherish, till death us […]

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Choose Wisely

How do you know which way is right? That is a significant question, isn’t it? Where do we go for answers? How do we know which way is right? How does the next generation learn to think for themselves rather than be guided by the latest trends? As parents, how do we give them a […]

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Be Strong. Work. Do Not Fear.

The prophet Haggai came during a time when God’s people were on their way to becoming secular occupants of a destitute and forgotten land. They had experienced hostility from virtually every neighboring tribe. They were tired, worn out and had forgotten Whose they were and to Whom they belonged.  However, God sent Haggai to remind […]

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