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Rob Hoskins Honoring Our Fathers

I can’t think of a better way to honor my father than to share his incredible and inspiring story- Rob Hoskins. It’s a phenomenal story, really. My Dad, Bob Hoskins, has been tirelessly doing the Lord’s work for nearly 75 years — well beyond the age of retirement! As a seven-year-old boy, dad received a […]

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The Magnitude of A Man

In the wake of the #MeToo Movement and the empowerment of women over the decades, it appears that the value and esteem of males are diminishing. Young women under 30 in 147 U.S. cities now out-earn our boys. Single young women are buying homes at the rate of two and a half times the rate […]

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Dads, The Heroes We Need Today

Father’s Day ought to be Hero’s Day. A day when the role we traditionally title as “dad” is celebrated so the next generation can see it for what it needs to be. It is time for each of us with children to enlist in the “I Want to Be A Dad Who’s A Hero” campaign. […]

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Keller Williams Volunteers Serve at HOPE South Florida on RED Day

Keller Williams associates chose to “Give Where They Live” as part of RED Day, Keller Williams’ annual day of service dedicated to renewing, energizing and donating to local communities on Thursday, May 9, 2019. As part of the RED Day effort, close to 100 associates from Keller Williams South Florida Commercial Group (KW) spent the […]

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Graduates Prepared to Unleash Their Talents 2019

As the class of 2019 walks across the stage to receive their diplomas and into the next season of their lives, administrators and staff have high hopes for what they see as some of the most naturally talented students they’ve seen. “When I think about the class of 2019, I see an amazing amount of […]

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High School Club Sponsors Two Habitat for Humanity Homes

A student-run Habitat for Humanity Club at Cypress Bay High School founded by graduating senior Matthew Liebman recently donated almost $20,000 to sponsor the construction of two homes in A Rick Case Habitat Community, a 77-home build located in Pompano Beach. Liebman received an honorable mention in the 2019 Silver Knight Awards for the social […]

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Calvary Christian Academy Graduates Entering Military Academies

Three seniors graduating from Calvary Christian Academy will be entering military service academies in the fall. Jack Farley has been accepted to West Point Military Academy in West Point, New York. Jonathan Hardy will attend the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut, and Daniel Jones plans to enter the United States Naval Academy […]

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Songs of Sorrow

“O Lord, God of my salvation, I cry out to you by day. I come to you at night. Now hear my prayer; listen to my cry. For my life is full of troubles, and death draws near… My eyes are blinded by my tears. Each day I beg for your help, O Lord; I […]

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Fewer Miracles in America?

I have been thinking a lot about things in our culture that are anemic, or in a coma, or near death. People sometimes ask me why there aren’t more miracles in our culture. There are about five reasons why this is the case in America. Most people think we need to pray more often with […]

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