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Focus Despite the world’s distractions

  This summer, my three sons joined the Coral Springs summer recreational swim team. My two older sons swam on the team last year as well, but it was the first year for my youngest son. At first they hated it. “Why do we have to do this?” they asked. “It’s too hard,” they added. […]

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Couple finds ways to reach Atlanta arts community

In Paris, while on a short-term mission trip, God planted a seed in Kerry Jackson’s heart that ultimately would become Bezalel Church. “For part of the two weeks we were in Paris I ministered to street artists. We discussed our art, and I was able to have some great spiritual conversations with them,” Jackson said. […]

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Obama’s top economic adviser says ‘public option’ health plan will ‘never’ take public money

Christina Romer, chair of the White House Council of Economic Advisers, told Congress that the government-run health insurance agency that President Obama hopes to create would “never” rely on public money after it is established. Romer made the claim before the House Budget Committee during a recent hearing outlining the administration’s case for the economic […]

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Hurricane Forecast for 2009

NOAA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, recently released its 2009 hurricane outlook reporting a 50 percent chance of an average hurricane season. But what exactly does that mean? It means there is a 50 percent probability of a near-normal season, a 25 percent probability of an above-normal season and a 25 percent probability of […]

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Painting a picture of faith

Allegra Spaulding captivates children and adults by bringing the Bible to life through murals at South Florida churches Allegra Spaulding is not a trained artist, yet you would never know it by looking at her brilliant and colorful murals brightening up churches in South Florida. “I had minimal talent just a few years ago,” says […]

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Help for hurting families is found at Hope Central

On any given day in Broward County, there are 200 to 250 families in danger of homelessness. Of those, 20 families are already on the streets, sleeping in their cars. “These are the people we want to reach – the most desperate. The dream is to be able to give assistance to those families and […]

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Koinonia Institute comes to South Florida

Koinonia Institute, an online Christian think tank that monitors current events through the lens of biblical prophecy, has now arrived in south Florida thanks to an intrepid group of everyday Bible students. “We’re hoping to reach out to the community by using the wonderful materials of Chuck Missler,” says area representative Stephen Sparks of Ft. […]

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