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114 children have died from H1N1

114 children have died from H1N1  – but 700,000 have died from abortion Swine flu has claimed the lives of at least 114 children in the United States since April, according to the latest data available from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). But an estimated 2,247 to 3,305 babies lose their […]

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Good News Sports View

Each month we’ll be applauding some of the many great Christian coaches and athletes making the News by setting positive examples as role models in our communities as true Champions of Glory…Winning for God’s Kingdom. Chris Coghlan named NL Rookie of the Year for the Florida Marlins Florida Marlins outfielder Chris Coghlan became the third […]

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Focus takes next step in leadership transition

Dr. James Dobson’s departure from the radio program and from official affiliation with the organization he founded in 1977 is just the “third chapter in a transition that began in 2003,” when Dobson stepped down as Focus president, said Jim Daly, the Life ‘s president and CEO. It was a mutual decision between Dobson and […]

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Life Skills International is changing lives

For Ken and Diana Whiteman, healing is a lifelong journey that began in a classroom. To love one another fully meant change, but they lacked the skills necessary to do it. Life Skills International has transformed the way they relate to one another. Together, as co-facilitators and instructors, they now bring renewed hope to struggling […]

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US House pounds on Roe v. Wade

In an historic healthcare vote, the Democrat-led House of Representatives excludes taxpayer-funded abortions and signals the “beginning of the end” for abortion in America. WASHINGTON, Nov. 8 – Taxpayer-funded abortion was excluded from the final healthcare bill, even though the public funding of abortion was a key component of President Obama’s presidential campaign and was […]

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The two greatest stories ever told!

If you are a regular reader of the Good News in South Florida you are probably familiar with The Greatest Story Ever Told.  If you are not, let me encourage you to read through the Gospel accounts of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John.  The Greatest Story Ever Told is the divine revelation of Jesus Christ […]

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Bethlehem nights

Tired of the commercialized madness of the holidays? Feeling the need to experience the real meaning of Christmas? Hollywood Hills Church comes to the rescue with Bethlehem Nights. This church family wants to take you back in time and across the globe to Bethlehem–no passport necessary. Bethlehem Nights, held at Hollywood Hills United Methodist Church, […]

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Fire Angels: How to start a good fire

Being creative has its advantages, and when creativity is not readily available, one may turn to his or her own forte of choice. George Martos has a different approach: forge ahead with what you know. “I’m not creative-minded, but I’m good at organizing, administrating, and the business end of it all” says the fireman who […]

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Retired attorney pens first Christian novel

Paul Turk practiced law as a board-certified trial lawyer at one of Florida’s most prestigious law firms, yet he’s always harbored a dream of writing a novel on his own personal docket. “I’ve had a passion for writing for a long time,” says the Wellington resident. “I love the creativity and developing characters.” “I wanted […]

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Should preachers keep book royalties?

Joel Osteen is fond of telling reporters that he hasn’t accepted a salary from the church he pastors,  Houston’s mammoth Lakewood Church, since 2005. When Pastor Rick Warren’s “The Purpose-Driven Life” made bestseller lists, he went on Larry King Live to tell America that he has reimbursed his church for all the money he had […]

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