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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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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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Good News Wants to Know… Who was your favorite teacher?

It’s hard to believe summer will be drawing to an end soon.  As students head back to school in August, Good News Wants to Know… Who was your favorite teacher, in what subject and why?   My favorite teacher was in Junior High School. He was a physics professor named BoBo Anderson. He was able to take […]

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Prayer Requested for Students Headed Back to School

Back to School Prayer is a call to prayer across southeast Florida. Every church is encouraged to ‘pray over’ a First Priority school sometime in the month of August…the campus, day and time to be determined by each congregation. The goal is for student missionaries, faculty sponsors, club mentors, parents, pastors, and congregants to gather […]

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The Cheerios Moment

It seems like I blinked and one second Kim and I were driving our girls home from the hospital starting our family, and the next we were walking them down the aisle as they started theirs. While the newborn stage was great, Kim and I find some of our fondest memories come from the toddler […]

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Children’s Harbor Wins Hoffmans Chocolates Ice Cream Sundae Competition for Charity

Hoffman’s Chocolates held its annual Ice Cream Sundae Competition – Making Sweet Creations for Sweet Donations at Hoffman’s Chocolates/ BBX Capital’s corporate office on Tuesday, June 18. Eight non-profit organizations each partnered with a Hoffman’s store manager to create a special ice cream sundae for the competition. A panel of five local judges determined that […]

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NAE Launches Campaign to Bless Your Pastor

The National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) launched a new national campaign in July to help congregations “show and share God’s love” for their pastors in creative and practical ways. The Bless Your Pastor (BlessYourPastor.org) campaign is part of a larger initiative to address financial challenges faced by pastors and is funded by a $1 million, […]

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Students Share Their Faith in the South Pacific

Students and leaders from Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church traveled to the island nation of Fiji for two weeks in July on their 2019 Fiji Student Missions Trip. After two semesters of enriching Evangelism Explosion (EE) training, students were encouraged by this opportunity to respond to our Savior’s Great Commission and share their faith in the […]

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