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Semi-finalists Unveiled at StrikeForce 421 Breakfast

  It was a packed house at StrikeForce 421 Spring Breakfast on April 5th. Semi-finalist ministries were unveiled and made presentations for grant consideration. Winning presenters will be awarded grants during an upcoming event on October 26, 2018. The Semi-finalists under consideration in 2018, include Mount Bethel Human Services Corp, Urban Youth Impact, South Florida […]

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Habitat for Humanity of Broward Breaks Ground on Five Homes

Habitat for Humanity of Broward held a groundbreaking ceremony on in April to commemorate five homes for deserving families in the Roosevelt Gardens community of Broward. “Today we dedicate the ground upon on which five future homeowners will build their homes in partnership with Habitat Broward, its generous sponsors, and its faithful volunteers. This groundbreaking […]

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Abandoned Church Renovated for Homeless Veterans

    On Tuesday, April 17, The Home Depot Foundation partnered with Rebuilding Together Broward County to transform a former church into the future HOPE South Florida community center for homeless citizens and veterans. Projects helped transform the sanctuary into a multi-purpose dining and education room, and outfit offices for the entire HOPE and HOPE4Vets […]

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Is Guilt Linked to Mental Illness?

In January 2015, the HuffPost ran an article by Carolyn Gregoire, “Feelings Of Guilt During Childhood Linked To Mental Illness.” To quote: “Excess guilt is a known symptom of adult depression, but a new study finds that such feelings in childhood can predict future mental illness, including depression, anxiety, obsessive- compulsive disorder and bipolar disorder. […]

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Dr. Glover Honored for Prevention of Abuse and Neglect

  Dr. Rosby Glover was honored as the 2018  Recipient of the Alan and Marsha Levy Champion of Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Award in gratitude for his lifelong efforts to help keep kids safe.  The award was sponsored by Broward Aware and presented by Honorable Judge Kenneth Gillespi. The award was presented to Dr. […]

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Step Ahead

“You shall walk in all the way that the LORD your God has commanded you, that you may live, and that it may go well with you…” (Deuteronomy 5:33). Babies do a lot of sleeping (When we desperately need some, they usually quit!). In the first few months of life, babies could almost be called […]

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Storms Inside Me

  This winter break, I, along with 450 other student ambassadors, embarked on a ten-day expedition to Israel. It was an experience I will never forget, and even more importantly, it taught me just how important Israel is to God. In total, eleven buses were filled with college students from all over the U.S., who […]

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In Plain Sight

I recently decided to explore having my aging eyes corrected so that I would no longer need to wear reading glasses.  I was not only inconvenienced by the readers but more importantly was getting some mild headaches and feeling tired from having to constantly adjust from readers to no readers etc.…my brain was overworking…. and […]

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The World is Crying

  The world is crying. As I am sitting on my comfortable bed tapping on keys to form these sentences, four people will no longer be able to do the same. Four people died today, April 22nd, in a Tennessee Waffle House. Four people will no longer get to return home to their families. Four […]

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Fighting for Kids Takes Faith

When caring for children in crisis, most agree that faith-based foster care services make a difference.  When children are placed in a loving family with support from the community and the local church, a dire situation is infused with hope. Proper training and support is critical to success.  Besides 4KIDS of South Florida, discussed on […]

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