Family

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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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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Bramos Makes Ministry A Family Affair

If you are involved in Christian ministry in South Florida, especially worship or youth ministry, there’s a strong possibility you’ve encountered a member of the Bramos family. For Victory Life Church Senior Pastor Ron Bramos, his wife Cheryl, their four biological children, two affectionately “adopted,” and their spouses, ministry is definitely a family affair. An […]

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Create Fun Family Experiences This Summer

Summer is here. At this point, you may already have your days fully planned out hour-by-hour to ensure that your children arrive in August bursting with joy and gratitude for the life-giving experiences you planned for them. Or…if you’re like most, you may have little or nothing planned and are hungry for some good ideas. […]

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Honoring Our Fathers

I can’t think of a better way to honor my father than to share his incredible and inspiring story. It’s a phenomenal story, really. My Dad, Bob Hoskins, has been tirelessly doing the Lord’s work for nearly 75 years — well beyond the age of retirement! As a seven-year-old boy, dad received a vision from […]

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Dads, The Heroes We Need Today

Father’s Day ought to be Hero’s Day. A day when the role we traditionally title as “dad” is celebrated so the next generation can see it for what it needs to be. It is time for each of us with children to enlist in the “I Want to Be A Dad Who’s A Hero” campaign. […]

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Honoring our Fathers

I can’t think of a better way to honor my father than to share his incredible and inspiring story. It’s a phenomenal story, really. My Dad, Bob Hoskins, has been tirelessly doing the Lord’s work for nearly 75 years — well beyond the age of retirement! As a seven-year-old boy, dad received a vision from […]

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Graduates Prepared to Unleash Their Talents 2019

As the class of 2019 walks across the stage to receive their diplomas and into the next season of their lives, administrators and staff have high hopes for what they see as some of the most naturally talented students they’ve seen. “When I think about the class of 2019, I see an amazing amount of […]

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Firewall Centers Celebrates Servant Leaders

Firewall Centers currently serves more than 400 students in eight public schools and provides them with the tutoring and mentoring they need in order to succeed in life. The students, their Firewall mentors, and community partners gathered at Firewall’s Servant Leader Celebration on May 14th to commemorate the students on their successes. The graduating High […]

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