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Ingratitude:?An ‘heir-born’ virus

Have your kids caught the virus? It’s the most contagious and one of the most dangerous viruses a person can catch, and it is “heir-born.” Most of our culture has it. Are your kids negative and ungrateful? Sometimes, kids can be that way because they’re still children. But, many times they act ungrateful because they […]

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Oasis HIV/AIDS Life hosts 5K run

“AIDS doesn’t ask if you’re gay or straight, black or white, male or female, young or old. AIDS only asks if you’re human,” says Steve Savage, founder of Oasis HIV/AIDS Life . Oasis reaches out to victims of HIV/AIDS here in South Florida, across the country and around the world. The Life will co-host a […]

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New organization redefines philanthropy

HopeMongers recently announced the launch of a micro-giving community that empowers anyone with $10 to make a lasting difference in the lives of the world’s poor. The HopeMongers micro-giving community connects online donors with specific community projects around the world. Donors can give as little as $10 to individual projects such as drilling water wells, […]

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Dolphins cheerleader teaches dance

For Ariann and Eddy Denison, starting a dance studio was not a simple business venture; it was a way to give the community a place to get a taste of enduring Christian values. Their dance studio, The Studio in Davie, was birthed from Ariann’s childhood dream of opening a dance studio. She says she always […]

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Feinberg brings biblical parables to life

The salmon were in full summer swing in Sitka, Alaska, and author Margaret Feinberg was busy caring for her aunt’s bed and breakfast giving her relative a much-needed break. While serving up scones along with the usual morning chit-chat with the guests, Feinberg asked a visitor from Oregon what line of work she was in. […]

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‘A Wonderful Life’ built on thrifty foundation

Some social analysts observe the United States in the past half-century has shifted from a Bedford Falls-like culture of small businesses and community-friendly financial institutions to a Pottersville-style nightmare of predatory lenders and seedy businesses that target the poor. And for American society in general, the result is anything but “a wonderful life.”  Some social […]

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Just between Friends

Just Between Friends franchise seeks to glorify God and save South Florida families money Nov. 20–21 When friends Shannon Wilburn and Daven Tackett decided to host a glorified garage sale in their living room to sell gently used baby gear, they included friends that wanted to sell baby, maternity and children’s items, too. Each mom […]

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Local couple brings Gospel to Croatia

Many South Floridians were touched by Andrew and Daniele Vuksic as they reached out to people imprisoned behind bars, young children in foster care and single adults through ministries at Spanish River Church in Boca Raton. Now, the couple is working to conquer an entire country for Christ. Shortly after saying their wedding vows in […]

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Local handymen, ‘Off the Chain for Jesus’

As a servant of Christ, former horse jockey and maintenance worker, James McDonald was fired for witnessing to others on the job. But he saw that there was a great need for handyman services in South Florida, and the Lord gave him the idea to combine his physical and spiritual tools to reach people for […]

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Mind, Body and Soul

His House Children’s Home offers shelter, counseling and faith-based education for abused and neglected children At His House Children’s Home, children in foster care are taken care of physically, emotionally, spiritually – and academically.  “We are the only foster and adoptive services agency that provides a private and faith-based education for at-risk children in South […]

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