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Abiding Joy

In Christ, you have access to a priceless, almost-hidden treasure. You can pursue, possess and be possessed by a God-ordained joy. Some pursue a fleeting and certainly temporary happiness, but not you. You can be apprehended by a lasting, sustaining joy, emanating from the One who purchased it for you. In a friendship with Christ, […]

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Christianity Is Not a List of Rules!

I long ago lost count of how many times I’ve heard unbelievers object that “Christianity is nothing more than rules and regulations!” Let me begin by saying that that when the unbelieving world sees our faith as nothing more than a list of “dos and don’ts,” we have done a poor job of presenting the […]

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The Pathway to Choosing Pixels over People: Pornography

The first known use of the word pixel was in 1965. The creation was from pic + element to form pixel. /piksel/ Google defines it as a minute area of illumination on a display screen, one of many from which an image is composed. “The camera scans photographs and encodes the image into pixels.” Live […]

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Dawn and Dusk

I was recently sitting with Lisa watching the sunset. I reflected on the experience of dusk, that in between time before darkness and after light. I noticed that everything was ideal. I thought about what life would be like if we lived in permanent dusk. I couldn’t help but also think about how dusk emulates […]

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VanDorn Named International Swimming Hall of Fame’s First Chaplain

The International Swimming Hall of Fame (ISHOF) has named Mark G. Van Dorn, lead pastor of Florida Faith Church, a multicultural community “Living Faith For Real People,” as the first Chaplain ever appointed by organization. The ISHOF Board of Directors and the City of Fort Lauderdale approved the relationship in a formal document on April […]

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Twins Rescued Mid-Abortion After Brave Mama Changed Her Mind

“Alexis” was stunned. She was about six weeks pregnant, undergoing an ultrasound at Charlotte, North Carolina’s busiest abortion facility, A Preferred Women’s Health Center, when the ultrasound technician nonchalantly uttered a word that would change her entire course: “Oh—twins.” Alexis wasn’t shown the ultrasound, but the impact of those words was enough. She’d always wanted […]

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First Families Move Into ‘A Rick Case Habitat Community’ in Pompano Beach

The first seven families received the keys to their new homes at “A Rick Case Habitat Community” in Pompano on June 27 during a private dedication ceremony attended by Governor Ron DeSantis and other dignitaries. The homeowners included Cassandra Baker, Krystal Brown, Tiesha Duncan, Deresha Ferguson, Victoria Griffin, Erneika Mejia and Edna and Tyrone Mckinney. […]

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The Secret to Balancing Family and Ministry

My dad and I just got back from our annual “Mahi massacre” fishing trip. For many years we have set sail excited about quality father/son time, the thrill of the sport and some really good eats. But it’s also a chance for us to get out on the open waters. We can breathe deeply and […]

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