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The Power of Us: Expressing Appreciation

In the previous issue of the Good News, we shared a very common story of Zack and Ally, a couple living the Marriage Selfie life; appearances say they are amazingly happy in their marriage and successful in life. Sadly, social media has allowed us and sometimes pressures us to create “fake news” images and stories […]

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The King’s Academy’s Opens Science and Technology Center

 One cheerful “Einstein” and a “mad scientist” held open the doors to the new Boswell Science and Technology Center, welcoming guests and staff to explore the hallways of scientific discovery at The King’s Academy.  On August 13, 2018, more than 300 guests and staff members toured the pristine classrooms, laboratories and offices of The King’s […]

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Downtown Harbor Church Announces Shift in Leadership

As they celebrate their third anniversary, the Downtown Harbor Church Board of Trustees recently announced a change in leadership roles. Adam Duckworth, a nationally acclaimed author on the subject of volunteering, will be stepping back from the role of Lead Communicator and will be transitioning into his new role as Volunteer Coordinator. This change will […]

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Praying with My Eyes Open

I started 2018 with fasting and prayer. During an early prayer time, I felt God calling me to intercede like never before for my community. He asked me to grant these people, with whom I share proximity, a higher level of priority. I struggled with how to pray for my neighbors and their needs beyond […]

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Keys to Healing Strained Relationships

Here are a few strategies to help you and I restore or at least redefine our strained relationships. Most people are weak when it comes to reconciling with another person. Most people are strong when it comes to ignoring problems in relationships. As a result, friendships take a nose dive, churches split, and marriages and […]

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L2 Alum Takes Third in Public Speaking World Championship

Anita Fain Taylor brings back to Broward County the third-place trophy of the 2018 Toastmasters International World Championship of Public Speaking held in Chicago on Saturday, August 25.  To make it to the finals, Taylor defeated 30,000 competitors from across the globe including the USA, Great Britain, Canada, Australia, Middle East, Africa, India, China, Japan, […]

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Who’s Got Zach’s Back?

Imagine living your life in such a manner that increasingly no one wanted to be around you.  You were so self-obsessed and so focused on your own “so called” success that people and relationships did not matter. Now, imagine something happened that changed all that. Perhaps a book you read, perhaps a sermon you heard, perhaps a caring […]

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Allied Kitchen and Bath is Paying it Forward

Few business owners exemplify “paying it forward” as extravagantly as Bill Feinberg, of Allied Kitchen & Bath. His company’s designer showroom was built to host community events, with a working kitchen often utilized by celebrity chefs and a grand staircase that becomes center stage. Since Bill and his brother Joe founded the company in 1984, […]

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Protesters Target Hope Women’s Centers

About 20 protesters gathered on the sidewalk outside Hope Women’s Centers’ Fort Lauderdale clinic for about two hours on August 22 chanting, “Keep abortion legal” and holding signs opposing what they call “fake clinic lies.” The protesters are part of a movement taking root nationwide called #ExposeFakeClinics, which calls women’s health centers aka crisis pregnancy […]

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A Businessman and Pastor’s Perspective on Leadership

When you think of leadership, you need not look further than South Florida’s Pastor Bill Mitchell, who has firmly established BocaLead, LauderdaleLead and now MiamiLead, bringing Christian values into the workplace. We had the chance to spend some quality time with Pastor Mitchell at Boca Raton Community Church recently for a sit down question and […]

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