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The Salvation Army Celebrates 150 Years

There is much to be thankful for in this upcoming New Year, and The Salvation Army is looking forward to celebrating in a big way. The year 2015 marks the 150th anniversary of the inception of the Salvation Army and their work in 126 countries and 5,000 communities across the United States. And this year […]

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Choose From the Media Menu, But Don’t Consume God A La Carte

How we consume media has changed drastically over the last 7 years, resulting in almost a complete switch from the past. Previously what we turned on or picked up was what we got for news and information. The news topics considered most important were selected by producers and editorial boards. Back then we had little […]

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Thanksgiving Proclamations Call for National Repentence

The American Thanksgiving has undergone a shift since the Pilgrims’ 1623 celebration of the good harvest, which arose from abandoning the common-store system in favor of each man working his own property. Currently, most Americans primarily focus on big meals with families, football games and sales as early as Thanksgiving Eve. U.S. presidents, though, have […]

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Shakespeare and “Death with Dignity”

Recent events have brought the debate on so-called “death with dignity” and assisted suicide into the spotlight again. And yet, the argument is not really a new one. There is no less light than when William Shakespeare extensively dealt with the subject in his writing. “Death with dignity” is essentially a code word for suicide, […]

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Calvary Chapel Coral Springs Youth Walk for Freedom

Calvary Chapel Coral Springs Ignite Youth with adult support sponsored a local A21 Walk For Freedom event on October 18 at Cypress Park in Coral Springs in partnership with others around the world. #WalkForFreedom is a global effort to raise awareness of modern-day slavery by walking for this cause. There are an estimated 27 million […]

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The Irony of California’s Ousting of Campus Christian Groups

A disturbing story came and went, barely noticed a few weeks ago. InterVarsity Christian Fellowship is being unceremoniously booted off the campuses of California’s 23 state universities. This begins with a process of “derecognizing” these as legitimate campus groups. Why? Though everyone is welcome at their ministry events, ICVF reserves leadership only for those committed to their […]

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Encountering the Ebola Epidemic

The most severe outbreak of Ebola virus disease (EVD) since its discovery in 1976 continues to impact West Africa with the number of cases from the current outbreak outnumbering the combined cases from all known previous outbreaks. Beginning in Guinea in December 2013, the Ebola virus has spread to Liberia, Sierra Leone, Nigeria and Senegal. […]

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The Root of 9/11

Did you know that since 9/11, there have been 23,780 separate deadly terror attacks carried out by Islamic extremists, according to thereligionofpiece.com? The 13th anniversary of 9/11 is upon us. Why did it happen at all? We get a hint of why from a statement from the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, Hasan al-Banna (1906-1949) of Egypt. […]

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