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Stephan Tchividjian Embarrassed by Some Christians

After speaking to Stephan Tchividjian he gives us this insight: Lately I have been embarrassed by some Christians. That bothers me because it’s like saying, “I am embarrassed by my husband, my wife or my kids” and that is never a good sign. I must also be cautious of feeling embarrassment in the first place. […]

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How To Use Storms For Good…

Are storms good for anything? Jesus sure thought they were. On more than one occasion He sent his Disciples directly into a storm. Jesus used storms as great learning tools, and as parents, we can certainly follow His example. Since storms are unavoidable, it is important for parents to take advantage of the training opportunities […]

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Learning From Pastors Todd and Julie Mullins

In honor of pastor appreciation month, I wanted to share what Kim and I have enjoyed learning from a local dynamic duo, Pastors Todd and Julie Mullins. Todd and Julie Mullins are the Senior Pastors of Christ Fellowship in West Palm Beach, Florida. Todd and Julie took over the leadership from Todd’s parents, Tom and […]

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Upcoming Faith-Based Films Will Touch Many Lives

There are a number of diverse faith-based films coming to theaters in the next six months. These movies inspire and encourage believers and provide a special opportunity for an uplifting experience for our families. These films can also be used as an outreach, since many people who are hesitant to come to church might accept […]

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The Fort Lauderdale Christmas Pageant Thrills Audiences With A Message Of Hope

A South Florida mainstay, the Emmy-Award-Winning Fort Lauderdale Christmas Pageant returns for its 36th season this year, focusing on “The Thrill of Hope.” And what’s more thrilling than the circus? “It’s Barnum the Musical meets the revival of Pippin and The Greatest Showman,” announced Service Programming Director at First Baptist Fort Lauderdale David Gross. Promising […]

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Habitat for Humanity Breaks Ground in Miramar

Habitat for Humanity of Broward held a groundbreaking ceremony to commemorate six new homes for deserving families in Historic Miramar last month. “This groundbreaking marks the beginning of a new future for these families in need of affordable homes,” said Nancy Robin, CEO and Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Broward. Dignitaries at the […]

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Unsinkable

I wish I could say that I took it in stride. But the honest truth is, I was shocked. I was sitting at lunch across from a young couple. They were both sharp professionals. They had asked me to officiate their wedding, and the purpose of the lunch was to find out where they were […]

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Provide Hurricane Dorian Relief for the Bahamas With Confidence

As Hurricane Dorian has left its mark on our neighbors in the Bahamas, the National Christian Foundation and Church United want to make sure you know that they have activated The Angel Relief Fund – this fund is activated during severe storms and community crises and serves as a fund dedicated to providing hope, help, and healing. They’ve […]

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What is God?

One of the most popular search terms on Google is the question, “What is God?” This question shocks most Christians, who would have expected the question, “Who is God?” But Christians assume a personal God. Let’s back up for a moment to the very beginning and consider the Great Question from its inception.      […]

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We Have Lost Something Important!

Today’s family has lost something, and it’s a huge loss. Not to worry though. It can be found. The members of today’s typical family have lost their connection to each other. They have little in common other than the same address. Unfortunately, today’s family members have unplugged from each other. To meet a natural need […]

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