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Operation Medicine Cabinet

Sheriff Scott Israel Broward Sheriff’s Office Several years ago, Broward County was considered ground zero for prescription drug abuse. Unfortunately, we became a hotspot for out-of-town visitors who would come to our county for the sole purpose of purchasing and abusing powerful pain medication. With an increase of illegitimate pain clinics dubbed “pill mills,” we […]

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Fitness Trends

As America accelerates toward a world of media that is completely online, the presence of online fitness programs has steadily increased. A gym membership and expensive exercise machines aren’t necessary to work out, train for a marathon or lose weight. Stop hiding behind excuses like, “I don’t have enough money to pay for a gym […]

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Count It All Joy

Sarah couldn’t believe what her pastor said in church on Sunday. He was teaching from the book of James and she thought, “You want me to do what in my trials? Count it all joy? Impossible.” If you’re anything like Sarah, joy is the last thing you think is possible when you’re right in the […]

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Looking For a Few Good Men

Being a leader implies that someone is following. If a person is attempting to lead anything and no one is following they must ask, “Why is no one following?” Too often, the tendency is to blame the follower. One word that describes leadership is influence. That being true, certainly every Christian has some level of […]

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Got Headaches?

Headaches are very common today, yet they are not normal. It’s not normal to have headaches on a regular basis. So what are the common causes of headaches? Tension headaches Tension headaches are very common and can be caused by muscle tension and spasm in the neck and shoulders. Tension headaches can also be caused […]

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Free to Receive

Daniel A. Siedell Good News Let’s face it. Evangelicals are a pretty grumpy lot when it comes to art and culture. We’re perpetually on the lookout for artistic evidence to prove that this is the most evil of generations. In fact, it seems as if many of us even delight in being offended so that […]

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Climbing Everest for Freedom

Four South Florida Women to climb Mount Everest in April to “Declare Life, Declare Justice, & Declare Freedom.” This April, four South Florida women will join 40 other women from around the globe to take on Mount Everest as a part of the worldwide fight against human trafficking. Local climbers Debbie Dingle and Jill Taylor […]

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The Gift of Listening

There is a well-known adage that says, “Preach the gospel always, and if necessary use words.” Obviously it is not possible to literally preach the gospel without using words, but the point is to let your life and actions speak so loudly that they demonstrate the gospel in practice. The problem with words, especially in […]

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The Marks of True Repentance

Performance enhancing drugs (PEDs) have once again been thrust into the spotlight in recent months. After a period of relative calm, the headlines have come with a flurry. In mid-January, Lance Armstrong finally admitted to doping his way to Tour de France dominance. In the lead up to the Superbowl, Ray Lewis of the Baltimore […]

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