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Egypt My People

Scriptural references regarding Egypt can seem a bit contradictory. Most refer to Egypt in negative terms, alluding to bondage and idolatry, while others foretell a national revival and times of restoration. Egypt is also mentioned more times in scripture than any other nation, second only to Israel who also was warned of impending judgment while […]

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Get Your Date Night On

A recent study sponsored by The National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia reported that married couples who had one-on-one couple time at least once a week were over three times more likely to report being very happy in their marriages, highly satisfied with sex, and highly satisfied with communication. Is that how your […]

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When Private Becomes Public

Bill Clinton, Arnold Schwarzenneger, Michael Vick, O.J. Simpson, Dan Marino, Riley Cooper. What do all of these men have in common? They are famous men in their own right, all with stories of both success and failure. What sets their lives apart from yours and mine is that their failures became public and ours, in […]

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The Dangerous Side Effects of Fame

A toxic mixture of heroin and alcohol tragically ended the life of 31-year-old Glee heart throb Cory Monteith on July 13, 2013. Staff members from a Vancouver hotel found his body after he missed his noon checkout. As soon as the news hit the media, heartbroken fans paid their respects by leaving flowers and messages […]

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Local Golf Tournament to Benefit the FCA

Former Miami Dolphin linebacker, and the 2013 solo inductee to the ‘Fins Ring of Honor, John Offerdahl, will once again be the celebrity host for the 7th Annual FCA Celebrity Golf and Tennis fundraising event presented by the Good News. The event is set for Monday, September 30 at the beautiful Coral Ridge Country Club […]

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Getting Too Close

As I sat by the pool during a recent sunny Saturday afternoon getaway, I noticed a young boy and his father playing the proverbial launch-me-into-the-deep-end game that resulted in the little guy exclaiming, “Do it again!” and, “Higher next time!” as he squealed with devilish delight. The father gladly complied, obviously enjoying his son’s pleasure. […]

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Writin’ 4 Da Son

Graffiti is literally everywhere in South Florida. Bus stops, warehouses, billboards, train cars and more are easy targets for area youth to vandalize. Recently, graffiti tagging became front page news when Miami Beach police used a tazer on Israel Hernandez-Llach after pursuing him for vandalizing an abandoned building with graffiti. Hernandez died as a result […]

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Social Security Insecurity

After paying into the Social Security system for their entire career, many Americans on the edge of retirement suddenly realize they don’t understand how the system works. They have heard conflicting strategies of when to start taking their benefits. Some say it is best to start collecting a reduced benefit at age 62, others recommend […]

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Prayer – What’s The Point?

Have you ever wondered, “If God already knows what he is going to do, is there any point to us praying about anything?” If God is sovereign and always accomplishes his purposes, what is the point of prayer? Thinking like this shows a lack of understanding concerning prayer and its purpose. Prayer is a spiritual […]

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There Are No Monsters

A child’s first night in foster care is a confusing and fearful moment in time. The best word I can use to describe that moment is vulnerable. I wish everyone could witness that moment so they could grasp both the depth of helplessness and sorrow of a broken family, as well as the power and […]

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