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Overcoming the Challenges of Step Parenting

  Being a step-parent is very sacrificial and requires a thick skin to roll with the punches that come with the role. I always tell my friends who are dating a person with kids that step parenting can be extra hard work. Marriage is hard enough alone, so imagine adding kids, exes and brokenness into […]

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Local Abortion Facility May Lose Its License

The Fort Lauderdale Women’s Center, site of seven 40 Days for Life prayer vigils over the past three and a half years, may lose its license to perform abortions. Complaints have been filed against the center and three others owned by late-term abortionist Dr. James Pendergraft by the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA). […]

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Help Her, Period Assist Homeless Women

Over 25 excited volunteers along with The Beauty Initiative, Inc. assembled more than 300 bags of hygiene products for local homeless women in need on August 13.. After becoming aware of the taboo issue of homeless women lacking monthly menstrual necessities, Ashley L Eubanks began the “Help Her, Period” movement, a campaign that collected sanitary […]

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Take a Break for Fall Colors

One of the things people who have moved from a northern area to South Florida may miss is the obvious change in seasons, as evidenced by brightly colored fall foliage. Whether a vacation is specifically timed for a fall view or takes advantage of the public school’s fall break schedule, fall foliage is not as […]

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Florida Christian College Fair Helps Students Plan for the Future

The Florida Christian College Fair will visit four area schools in September, with more than 20 Christian college representatives available to speak with graduating seniors, juniors and parents.  The Fair will be hosted by Westminster Christian Academy on Monday, September 12 from 9:30 – 11 a.m; The King’s Academy on Tuesday, September 13 from 8:30 […]

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Women Gather for Prayer on September 23

Need Prayer? Need forgiveness? In our society today, who doesn’t? On September 23, Nancy Demoss Wolgemuth and Revive Our Hearts is hosting a live simulcast prayer event for ladies only starting at 7 p.m. Join women all over the U.S. for a three-hour intense prayer event. It’s an opportunity to get real with God, get […]

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Connecting with Smartphone Obsessed Kids

75,400,000 — That’s quite a significant number. It represents the total population of millennials — those people born between 1983 and 2000s — dubbed “the smartphone generation.” The largest generation in the United States, this population is certainly different from any other, as they are digital natives. They witnessed the explosive growth of the Internet […]

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Factors Impacting Rising Stress Levels

“God does not give you more to do in one day than you can achieve.” I recently heard this quote and have to confess that there are times when I am guilty of adding far more to my schedule than my regular daily responsibilities and the marching orders God gives me in the morning. Overloading […]

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Benevolence and Justice

How do you respond when you see the person walking the street between waiting cars with his sign stating: Will work for food… but he is seeking handouts? What are your thoughts towards the single mom or widow who comes to church to ask for financial aid? In Thessalonians 3:10 the early apostles did not […]

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Back to School Tips from a Teacher

The first day of school is fast approaching, and for most kids this day is full of excitement and new everything. For first timers though, (like kindergarteners or kids attending a completely new school) the first day of school can be more stressful than thrilling. But what about us parents? We also get nervous on […]

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