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Opening the Football Playbook

Football season is upon us. Whether you are a fanatic or “football-resistant” the fact is undeniable.  Here in South Florida we don’t have a lot of things that alert us to fall time. This may be the reason we all go crazy for our pumpkin lattes and fall decorations.  We don’t have the crisp air […]

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Food For the Poor Thanks Donors at Luncheon

Tom Abblett, an elder at Hammock Street Church in Boca Raton, who has ardently supported the charity’s Join The Pack community food packing event for the past two years, received the 2018 Food For The Poor Volunteer of the Year Award. Food For The Poor Vice President Mark Khouri, who presented the award, said Abblett […]

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Men Gather at Small Group Bible Studies in Palm Beach County

The Gathering Palm Beach County facilitates small groups in 24 county-wide locations from Boca Raton to West Palm Beach to Jupiter and out west to Loxahatchee. Get encouraged and equipped for life’s journey through Gathering Palm Beach County’s affiliated small groups. Meeting in car dealerships, boardrooms, coffee shops, churches, these groups engage men to be […]

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Good News Wants to Know … Who Gave You Your First Personal Bible?

My first personal Bible was given to me in 1969 by a representative of “The Gideons international,” when I was inducted (drafted) into the United States Army. Reading from this Bible almost every day gave me the spiritual strength to carry out my military infantry duties while serving in Germany and Vietnam. O’Neal Dozier, Pastor, […]

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Grandparents Taking on The Role of Parents

You know when you get a new car, all of a sudden you start to see the same make and model everywhere? Well, that is happening to me with all things grandparent as I look forward to becoming a granddad this summer. A segment from the NBC news special, “One Nation Overdosed” caught my attention […]

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Upcoming Faith-Based Films Will Shine As Lights In A Dark Place

Summer is a time when Hollywood rolls out some of its biggest blockbusters. Millions of people flock to theaters for these films. Some of these are mindless entertainment, but many carry messages – positive or negative – and most contain content that is objectionable for people of faith. However, in August, as the sun begins […]

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Residents Celebrate Independence Day at New Facility

On the Fourth of July, residents of Symphony at the Waterways in Fort Lauderdale celebrated our country’s birthday with decorations, music, entertainment, delicious barbecue and a fishing contest. They also heard from Nikolas Kimaz, a candidate for U.S. Congress Florida District 22. Symphony at the Waterways is an Assisted Living and Memory Care facility centrally […]

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Guests Learn About Lifework at Summer Social

  Stephan Tchividjian, president of the National Christian Foundation, introduced and shared the vision of Lifework Leadership over lunch on July 18 along with Christine De Vries, program director, and Melodie Stoligrosz, event coordinator, at Padrino’s, a restaurant owned and operated by a Lifework Leadership alumnus. Why Lifework? In today’s world, integrating faith into our […]

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