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Allowing Lent to Capture You

“The place God calls you to is the place where your deep gladness and the world’s deep hunger meet.” ― Frederick Buechner Even as our social media feeds fill with exclamations of wonder that it is already March, Lent reminds us of a slower cadence. As the cycle of holidays slaps us like waves pounding […]

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Redeemed to Live a Risen Life

Because Easter is on April 1st, I am writing a word of encouragement rooted in the Resurrection for the month of March. It is my prayer that these words will meet you in your deepest place of need as it relates to living the life God has called you to live, by grace, through faith, […]

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Building Hope Gala Donors Provide Homes for Boen, Haiti

  A crowd of 350 compassionate guests came together at the Royal Palm Yacht & Country Club in Boca Raton for Food For The Poor’s 23rd Annual Building Hope Gala on February 3rd, united with a goal of making a difference in the lives of destitute families in Boen, Haiti. Guests pledged to build 50 […]

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Faith Farm Welcomes Home Successful Alumni

  Faith Farm Ministries Drug and Addiction Recovery Program hosted its “Free and Clean In 2018” Homecoming on Sunday, February 18 at its Boynton Beach campus. Alumni Hedy Menendez and Timothy Summers shared their alumni testimonies during the event. Menendez, who came through the program in 2013, went on to become the band director of […]

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Church Unity – Where Do We Go from Here?

Three catalytic questions What is the LOSTNESS of my city? What is the PAIN of my city? What is the BROKENNESS of my city? No one church or ministry, no matter how large, can make a dent in the lostness, pain, and brokenness of a city or a region on their own. In churches — […]

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Jesus: The Lamb of God Connects at Passover

The phrase, “Lamb of God,” has become a part of our Christian lingo. John the Baptist, as he sees Jesus walking toward him says, “Behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world” (John 1:29). In the 53rd chapter of Isaiah, a passage sometimes called the Gospel in the Old Testament, […]

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First Priority Responds to MSD Shooting

On February 14, 2018, a day that is usually filled with celebration turned into tragedy as a gunman stepped onto the campus of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and brutally took the lives of 17 students and faculty. Most everyone in our community has felt the weight of this, but for First Priority Club leaders […]

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