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Refocus Your Family

Usually when we think of July, we think of celebrations, cook outs, fireworks, beach days, maybe even family vacations…but this year is different. These times for our country are so tumultuous, so uncertain. We can’t however, continue living in a state of survival mode in our homes. We are going on month five of living […]

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Broward Center Congratulates Teen Ambassadors

The Broward Center for the Performing Arts recently honored the 10th graduating class of the Broward Center Teen Ambassador Program consisting of 25 participants from area high schools and home schooling programs. Teen Ambassadors bring a unique perspective to Broward Center events as they detail, through written and video reviews, their behind-the-scenes experiences and exclusive […]

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Wycliffe Launches ‘Women of the Word’ Podcast

Wycliffe Bible Translators USA announced the launch of its new podcast, “Wycliffe Women of the Word.” Hosted by Beth Matheson and Jenn Stasak, “Wycliffe Women of the Word” is an opportunity for listeners to connect to the Bible, grow in community with other women and recognize their God-given value as women. Wycliffe has released the […]

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Peace Requires A New Heart for Our Nation

I was numb when I first heard the news. An unarmed black man, 46-year-old George Floyd, was killed while in police custody on May 25. Accused of trying to use counterfeit money when buying cigarettes at a deli, he was pinned under the knee of Officer Derek Chauvin, unable to breathe.  Just a few weeks […]

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A Lesson Learned Amid COVID

“Bear one another’s burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ” (Galatians 6:2 ESV).   After nearly four months of the most unprecedented world events any of us has ever experienced, we are, Lord willing, continuing to make our way out of this pandemic. I plan to go back to devoting these articles in the […]

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The Salvation Army of Broward & Dunkin’ Donuts Honor First Responders

The Salvation Army of Broward County partnered with Dunkin’ to honor local first responders on National Donut Day, Friday, June 5. Dunkin’ supplied hundreds of donuts to The Salvation Army to distribute to Broward men and women presently saving lives on the frontlines of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. “National Donut Day is a reminder that […]

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Can You Be Trusted With Our Soul If You Can’t Be Trusted With Our Pain? Clear and Courageous Christians

The Church is meant to be a safe house for the soul. A place of social cohesion. For Black Christians worshiping in multicultural churches, the events that have unfolded around the country are profoundly troubling and show that hatred and bigotry are publicly reemerging to overtake the principles of love, kindness, honesty and civility even […]

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My Faithbook Account

Both of my cars are garage dwellers. The tools needed for any project are my neighbor’s, and more often than not he ends up providing the means, the expertise and the labor, given my complete disdain for creating or putting things together. This should make me an “ideas guy,” but that’s another story. So, the […]

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SOFLO Camp 2020 Engages Middle & High School Students

This summer, churches all across South Florida have joined together forces to create ONE. MASSIVE. ONLINE. CAMP. And no, this isn’t going to be just another Zoom meeting. It’s an incredible digital experience you do not want to miss. Oh, and did we mention it’s completely FREE?  Every middle and high school student in South […]

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My Rabbi

I was seven or eight when this little painting of an old wise man, probably a rabbi, caught my eye. The artist was selling his wares on the streets of Paris. I am not sure what about this painting caught my imagination as a young boy, but I insisted in getting it. I remember to […]

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