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Teaching kids to handle money wisely

One major responsibility God has given parents is to train their children to handle money in a wise and godly manner. Frequently on the radio, parents will explain a problem with their children that involves money – a problem that they have not been able to overcome. Here are a few of the most common […]

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Don’t miss out on the good things

Last month my two youngest boys were selling Camp Cards to raise money for their Boy Scout Troop. It seemed pretty simple. Buy a card for $5 and get $5 off next time you go to Publix, plus a bunch of other yearlong savings. To me it was a no-brainer. It really is no cost […]

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Get Motivated seminar comes to South Florida

The Get Motivated Business Seminar, which has been touring the country with its high-profile roster of speakers, will be firing up thousands of men and women at the BankAtlantic Center on March 15. This seminar has gained momentum and quite a reputation over the years. It focuses on teaching individuals, from just about every line […]

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Local street Christian preachers killed

As incidents of verbal assaults, criticism and vicious attacks on Christians are rising, two young men from Boynton Beach have sadly become the latest victims. Steven Ocean, 23, and Tite Sufra, 24, gladly took up the task of street preaching to those in their community as a way of ministering to troubled youths. Ocean, Sufra […]

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Helping our children with Haiti

As children watch the children of Haiti, they need help processing the tragedy. They ask, “Mom, why did this happen?” But the real question on their minds is “Could this happen to us?” Tragedy is a horrible part of this world, but tragedy is also a reality. Yes, it could happen to any of us, […]

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Majority of Americans view abortion as wrong

America is trending pro-life. A Knights of Columbus-Marist survey finds 58 percent of those in the “Millennial” group (18-29 years old) agreed with the statement that abortion is “morally wrong.” Fifty-one percent of Baby Boomers (those 45-64) and 60 percent of Gen X’ers (30-44) feel the same. “Americans of all ages – and younger people […]

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God will part the Red?Seas in your life

Let’s take a moment together to examine one of the most instructive and inspiring verses in all of sacred Scripture: “Stand still, and see the salvation of the Lord” (Exodus 14:13). Having been freed from more than 400 years of bondage in Egypt, the Israelites find themselves seemingly trapped between the Red Sea and the […]

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The King’s Academy Cheer Team top spot

The King’s Academy cheer team is living proof that hard work does indeed pay off in the end. The competition cheer team, from The King’s Academy private Christian school, recently competed against 57 other teams during a semifinal round, earning them a spot in the state finals. Last month, on Feb. 6, the team battled […]

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Focus on the Creator not just his handiwork

Peering out my 18th-floor window at the Denver Grand Hyatt, I was delighted to see a fresh layer of snow blanketing the city. Ah, what a welcome sight for a perennial Floridian. I can’t recall the last time I awoke to the sight of the fluffy white stuff sprawled across the ground. It was the […]

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Media bias shows up in the strangest places

The mainstream media love lists. On almost any day, open up the paper or log on to your favorite News website, and there’s some sort of list: The Richest Americans. The Best Colleges. The Most Powerful Political Leaders. Whatever. These lists are designed to look like valid studies. They may even tout a rigorous methodology. […]

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