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Freaking Out

I have fond memories of a slightly chaotic situation. We were enjoying an evening with some friends at our home, which at the time had a small dock on a canal. The evening was pleasant as evenings with friends can be. The moon was full, and the tide was high. The children were playing outside, […]

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Inaugural “Happy Thinking Hour” Discusses Science and Faith

Long awaited excitement built to a refined crescendo of animated conversations around science and faith as a highly-engaged crowd of nearly 200 registered guests gathered at new non-profit Veritas et Vino’s (V2) inaugural “Happy Thinking Hour. This South Florida launch was held at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts on January 11. V2 is […]

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Faith Compels Us To Value Every Human Life

As a Christian, the inherent value of life is fundamental to my understanding of what it means to be a follower and disciple of Jesus Christ. James 3:9 and Genesis 1:26 remind us that every human life is created in the image of God and bears His likeness. Life is sacred, and we must seek […]

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Habitat Broward Celebrates Five Home Dedications

Habitat for Humanity of Broward celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day by welcoming five new families into their affordable homes at “Our Beloved Community” located in Roosevelt Gardens. “In a county where so many families cannot afford decent housing, we are so grateful to be able help five families achieve their dream of owning […]

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Dr. John Stahl-Wert Commissions Serving Leaders

What better way to testify to the glory of God than “serving leadership” and “unity of the faith”? On January 3rd, three ministries came together in unity. 4KIDS, a ministry to the most vulnerable children and families, provided the venue, Rangers of Christ, who disciple men into strong godly leaders, and Elev8Life, which provides opportunities […]

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Arc Broward Honors Graduating Class

On Wednesday, January 9th Arc Broward celebrated the graduation of 16 students from Arc Educates. The event, which took place in the Sunrise Civic Center’s Grand Ballroom, honored students from their Material Handler Program, Entry Level Culinary Arts Certificate Program, and Direct Support Professional Advancement through Training and Education in Human Services (DSPATHS) Program.   […]

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Unleashed Women’s Event Encourages Women to Deploy their Gifts

More than 500 women gathered at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church on January 25 and 26 for Unleashed. The multi-church women’s event spearheaded by Dede Lomenick, of Rio Vista Community Church, explored how women can walk in the freedom that only Christ can give. Unleashed featured local women, who are community leaders, in panel discussions and […]

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Legendary Author & Speaker Arrives to Launch Powerful New Series

Men in south Florida were energized after hearing legendary author & speaker Robert Lewis present Session 1 of his new series “Man to Man” live at Calvary Chapel Boca Raton on Monday, January 28. “Man to Man” is a new 10-week series that shares valuable insight into the core challenges men face followed by life-changing […]

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The Exchange Church Celebrates One Year Anniversary

On Sunday, January 20, The Exchange Church celebrated their One Year Anniversary at Quiet Waters Elementary School. The Exchange Church, led by Pastor Josiah Graves, is a community following Jesus, seeking the glory of God, the good of the people and the renewal of South Florida. The Exchange Church celebrated their first year together with […]

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When Can You Use a Section 529 Plan?

Merrill Lynch Wealth Management explains the uses of and limits to this popular education savings tool.   Millions of Americans use 529 plans to sock away money for their kids’ and grandkids’ education. They are popular, in part, because of the tax benefits they can provide: withdrawals, including any earnings, are federal, and possibly state, […]

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