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Christian dance school showcases students’ God-given gifts

Award-winning dancer Dr. Constance McIntyre’s repertoire makes her seem like an over-achiever, but now she focuses on building up the gifts of others through the performing arts. “My mom once said to me, ‘Yes, you can sing, you can play the piano and you can act, but you were called to dance!’” McIntyre recalls. McIntyre, […]

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Palm Beach family continues legacy of giving to Place of Hope

When Jim Pande, owner of SMI Systems out of Medley, Fla., decided to donate $31,000 worth of hurricane-resistant windows and doors to Place of Hope this year, his father probably smiled. The timely and protective addition to Place of Hope’s new community center, on its campus in Palm Beach Gardens, is just one of many […]

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The Newsboys head to South Florida May 31

The Newsboys have never been ashamed of their Lord and Savior. Since 1985, the influential Grammy and Dove award-winning Christian pop-rock band has been prolific in writing and performing modern-day psalms, songs of devotion and sobering reminders, “that they don’t serve breakfast in hell.” At 3 p.m. on May 31, the Newsboys will perform these […]

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Summer fun in South Florida

With the school year coming to a close, the heat is already on for families to plan fun and educational activities for their kids and themselves. So, whether you want to plan a day out for the entire family or something a little more appropriate for you and your friends, the following summer fun guide […]

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Local worship pastor writes top song

If you listen to Christian radio, you’ve probably heard the music of Stuart native and Palm Beach Atlantic University graduate Drew Middleton. Middleton, the worship pastor at the Stuart campus of Christ Fellowship Church, received a Broadcast Music, Inc., (BMI) award for co-writing the most played song on Christian radio His song, “Love is Here,” […]

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Thanksgiving comes early at the Miami Rescue Mission

It was indeed a Good Friday for 2,000 of South Florida’s poor, needy and homeless April 10. The Miami Rescue Mission celebrated “Thanksgiving in April” that day by feeding 1,200 in Miami, 400 in Hollywood and 400 in Pompano Beach. “Today was a good day. Everyone enjoyed themselves. We gave them a big plate of […]

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Local women host TV show called ‘Whose View? God’s View’

Like many people in South Florida, Carolyn Woodberry recognized there was a need for a talk show different from all others – one that would offer viewers a variety of topics and advice from a godly perspective. So, one day while Woodberry was in prayer, she came up with the idea of starting her own […]

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Miami church hosts funeral procession for aborted babies

Miami’s largest funeral procession will take place on Mother’s Day weekend – not for one person, but for thousands of babies who have been aborted in South Florida. The event, called Procession of Healing, is being hosted by Wayside Baptist Church in Miami on Saturday, May 9. “My wife and I have a strong burden […]

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