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D. James Kennedy Ministries Releases Statement on High Court Employment Discrimination Case

Dr. Frank Wright, CEO and President of D. James Kennedy Ministries in Fort Lauderdale, released this statement in response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s Title VII employment discrimination case—”Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia”—released June 15, 2020. In an open assault on the rule of law and the role of America’s elected legislators, six members of […]

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Dr. Schwinn Takes the Helm at Palm Beach Atlantic University

Dr. Debra A. Schwinn has crisscrossed the country for her education and career. A native Midwesterner, she headed to Stanford University in California for medical school. Then, she moved to the East Coast to train in her clinical specialty of anesthesiology at the University of Pennsylvania. Next, came 20 years at Duke University in North […]

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When Good Leaders Lose Their Way

With a Ph. D. in Nutritional Biochemistry from Cornell University in hand, Mark Whitacre worked for Fortune 500 companies Ralston Purina and Degussa (Evonik) before he was hired at Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) at age 32 as president of the BioProducts Division. He was the youngest Divisional President in the history of the company, and […]

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15 Local Foster Youth Shattering National Graduation Statistics

Filling out applications to pursue her extravagant dreams, unwanted memories flooded Beatrice’s thoughts from her past. Beatrice, a foster youth at Place of Hope who is graduating from Palm Beach Gardens High Shool, explained how filling out FAFSA and scholarship applications, although exciting, is also a heart wrenching process for her and all of the […]

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Calvary Christian Academy Hosts “Drive-In” Senior Graduation

Calvary Christian Academy (CCA) seniors drove to school one last time the evening of Friday, May 22 for a “drive-in” graduation experience that marked the end of their high school journey. Each senior student had the opportunity to walk across an outdoor stage and have their moment of recognition while maintaining social distancing protocol. The […]

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A White, Conservative Christian Perspective

The heartbreaking story of Ahmaud Arbery broke over the nation recently, with millions seeing a video of him being shot by two white men in February. These men, father and son Greg and Travis McDaniel, claimed that Arbery looked like someone who had been caught burglaring on home security video. They saw him running through […]

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2020 Graduates Demonstrate Resilience and Optimism

It’s graduation season in the midst of a global pandemic. While social distancing laws have closed businesses and moved education to online formats, that hasn’t deterred the Class of 2020. “This class has been so adaptable and has remained faithful in finishing the school year in an excellent way,” said Dr. Ronald J. Farrar, Westminster […]

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Thank You Ravi: A Tribute

I’ll never forget meeting Ravi Zacharias for the first time.  Before I met him in person, I had been following his work. As a budding missiologist, I appreciated watching a modern-day apologist deftly leverage his platform to unify instead of polarize. It was intriguing and refreshing to hear a voice speak truth drenched in grace. […]

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