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Maintain And RECL(AIM) Your Relationships

The Christmas season is over, and the challenge of mastering our New Year Resolutions is upon us. Every year I take some time to reflect on the previous year; my accomplishments, failures, and all that I have to be thankful for. Then I begin my list of aspirations for the coming year. What do I […]

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Help Needed For At-Risk Kids

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month, and we’ll be hearing a lot about this terrible crime in the weeks leading up to the Super Bowl on Feb. 2. Miami-Dade County has launched an anti-trafficking campaign, and as part of the Guardian ad Litem program, we’re paying close attention. Anyone can be a victim of forced […]

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CBMC & CBWC Collaborate on January Leadership Event

“The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field” (Luke 10:2). The Christian Business Men’s Connection (CBMC) and Christian Business Women’s Connection (CBWC) are excited to be partnering in empowering marketplace ministry in our community. Both organizations have a heart […]

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How To Set Kingdom Focused Goals

“But seek first His kingdom and His righteousness, and all these things will be added to you” (Matthew 6:33 NASB). “Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be satisfied” (Matthew 5:6 NASB). Many of us make “New Year Resolutions,” but we rarely keep them or even take them all that […]

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Discovering Yeshua

I grew up in upstate New York. My parents are both Jewish, and from early on, I was taught that one could not be Jewish and believe in Jesus. So, I accepted that without question. In high school, I decided that my life would be complete if I could become the world’s greatest flute player! […]

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First Priority Brings Game Day to Elementary Schools

First Priority is bringing a fun-filled gospel message to elementary schools in the New Year, and they are seeking churches, parents, volunteers and school sponsors to get in the game with them. FP Game Day is a new after-school club, featuring 20 minutes of high energy games followed by a Bible lesson and an invitation […]

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Be Refreshingly Uncommon

My dad told me a long time ago, “Find out what everybody else is doing and don’t do it.” I have found this little bit of advice to be beneficial at times. As a pastor sometimes I observe other pastors and preachers and I read about church leadership, church growth, vision-casting and fundraising, and I […]

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Theology of Work

Many organizations I consult for are facing the same struggle. They’ve hit a wall and can’t figure out how to move forward, grow and successfully scale in their current context. Much of the time the barrier is the same: they’re still operating in the old paradigm where the secular is separate and unequal to the […]

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Resurrection: Fact or Fiction – Did Jesus Exist?

Christianity is the number one most verifiable (or falsifiable) religion in the world.  Why? Because Christianity makes truth claims that can be investigated historically and proven to be either true or false. Over the next four months, I want to present to you the four proofs supporting the resurrection of Jesus Christ, from both secular […]

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