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Seven Habits of Effective Prayer

Prayer is extremely important. But you probably already knew that. Most people don’t need to be convinced that prayer is one of the most important practices in a believer’s life. But what seems to elude a lot of people is the “how” of prayer. How do you maintain a healthy prayer life? How do you […]

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The Untold Spiritual Story of Homelessness

Christians are called to be a changed and transformed people, bringing change and transformation to their lives, their neighbors and their communities. However, there exists within this beautiful, yet broken body we call the Church a subtle chasm that hinders its mission and wounds its people – guilt and shame. From its inception, the church […]

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Hillsong UNITED Coming to Miami

International powerhouse worship band Hillsong UNITED is coming to Miami’s Bayfront Park on November 23-24. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to participate on what is sure to be a powerful time of worship alongside thousands of other South Florida believers. Who is Hillsong UNITED? Hillsong United is a worship band that originally rose out […]

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The Shadow Industry

If you live in South Florida, statistics show that you live within 10 miles of a modern day slave (hepzibahhouse.org). Sadly, our Sunshine state is a land of darkness for many, as Florida hosts the third highest population of trafficked individuals in the United States. Sound too farfetched? Consider some of these shocking realities: There […]

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Praisefest 2013: Worship at the Waterfront

Join thousands of fellow believers for a free day of faith, family, fellowship and fun on Saturday, October 12 for the inaugural PraiseFest 2013, presented by the Good News. PraiseFest is a free event taking place from 12:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. at the beautiful Meyer Ampitheater in downtown West Palm Beach, bringing together the […]

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Lacrosse: A New South Florida Favorite

Lacrosse is one of the oldest team sports in North America. There is evidence that the traditional Native Americans originated stickball as early as the 17th century in Canada, which later evolved into what we know today as lacrosse. Lacrosse traditionally had many different purposes. It was used to settle inter-tribal disputes, to toughen young […]

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The Battle Against Breast Cancer: Fighting Back with Food

As you may know, October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month. Aside from wearing pink ribbons and donating to charities, how many people are actually truly aware of this horrifying disease that is plaguing America? So far this year, approximately 290,000 women and 2,250 men have been diagnosed with breast cancer. An estimated 40,000 women […]

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Survey Says, Family Over Jesus

In a recent survey conducted by the Barna Group, 62 percent of women said their most important role in life is as a mother/parent. Jesus came next: 13 percent of Christian women believe their most important role in life is as a follower of Christ. Why does that shock us? After all, the Bible tells us […]

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Overcoming Life’s Losses

The one constant of life is change, something most people do not like. When it comes to the material world, this change usually involves some form of loss. Why is this so? The answer is a theological one, because of the fall – the curse of sin. The curse of sin is death, decay and […]

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Storms and Your Savior

The experience of life tells us if we are not currently dealing with storms, we will be in the near future. Storms are simply part of living. Some are like summer showers that disrupt a day at the beach. Others, however, are like tsunamis that devastate our lives. Regardless of the storm, we can find […]

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