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Military spouses keep the faith

In many ways, they are just as courageous and heroic. Not because they are sent to distant lands to answer the call for freedom and democracy, but because they remain home as the rock of a family, maintaining a steady course on all the daily challenges of life. They are the spouses of members of […]

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Local man chooses life in African slums

On Sept. 8, 2008, a hungry child cried himself to sleep in the midst of the horrific slum of Kibera, Kenya, while Bill Cunningham, a man in Naples, Fla., picked up his daily Newspaper to enjoy with his morning coffee.                 Only God could have known the plan […]

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Comfort for cancer

When Tim Conder was diagnosed with throat cancer, he says he was afraid – but he didn’t let his two young sons, William and Harrison, know it.                 Even when Conder lost the ability to speak and eat because of rigorous radiation treatment, he says, “All they knew […]

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Local marriage-building events

Marriage on the Rock               The married couples Life of Calvary Chapel Kendall meets the first Friday of the month from 7:30–9 p.m. at the church, located at 16435 SW 117 Ave. in Miami. For more information, call 305-233-5433 or visit www.CalvaryKendall.com. Marriage Restoration Life         […]

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The Gospel’s power to change a life

                One of the most exciting things about our relationship with God is that He does not leave us as we are but changes us by shaping our character to look more like His own. The Bible teaches us that our relationship with God through Christ ought to […]

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Cycles are inevitable, in life and in investing

For since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of creation (II Peter 3:4b). We recently welcomed a New Year and witnessed the Inauguration of a new president. We have also continued to see unprecedented volatility in the stock market and a dramatic downturn in the economy. All of […]

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Not just for Valentine’s Day

                What is one of the kindest things someone has ever done for you?                 When I thought about this recently, one of the first things that came to mind was when I suffered a significant head injury several years ago. […]

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Out of bounds

Joshua Morrow, who plays Nicholas Newman on “The Young and the Restless,” may not set healthy boundaries on TV, but at one recent local event, he drew a line and set an example every woman can learn from. While eating lunch with eight girlfriends, I looked around the table and realized our ages spanned five […]

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An urgency for Brazil’s poor

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil– Missionary Eric Reese taps on the interior ceiling light, illuminating the cab of his Chevy pickup. Reese doesn’t need to see inside his vehicle. But after six years of working with the urban poor in the favelas (slums) of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, he knows those outside the cab need to […]

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700-year-old challenge in Mongolia is answered

The Mongol empire – led by Genghis Khan’s grandson, Kublai Khan – once stretched from the Black Sea to the Pacific Ocean. In 1266, Kublai Khan sent a request by Marco Polo to the Christian church in Rome for 100 men to teach Christianity in his court. But it was 28 years later before one, […]

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