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We all need a Savior, so be ready to share the Gospel

Recently, I attended the Asian Culture Festival held every March in Homestead. Fascinated by the earthy and rustic beauty of Asian dance and apparel, I enjoyed watching various performers reenact dances, marshal arts drills and songs commemorating their Asian heritage. I even sampled some of their native cuisine, including some sweet Thai iced tea that […]

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Flow with a bad economy like the Sea of Galilee

I have been thinking how some words have a double meaning. For example, when the word “funk” is attached before the phrase “music of the ’70s,” it’s something good. However, when “funk” is attached to the end of the word “economic,” it’s bad. The world has been stuck in an economic funk for more than […]

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The ‘Unforgettable’ King

When my husband and I were invited to a recent charity gala at the renowned Boca Raton Resort & Club, I was excited and nervous at the same time. I haven’t been much of a gala-goer since leaving the community social scene to raise our son. These days when I’m not working in the home […]

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A club to curb cussing

He has received more than 60,000 pieces of hate mail in the past seven weeks, and profanity-laced e-mails daily fill his inbox. Teaming with the torrent of written abuse has been scores of threatening voice messages. Given the quantity of ridicule being heaped on this person, you might conclude that he is a serial killer […]

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Golf tournament honors memory of slain student

First Baptist Church of Pompano Beach will host its 14th annual Sonja Larson Golf Tournament, Saturday, April 25 at the Palms Golf Course at Palm Aire Country Club. This fundraising tournament is held each year to provide scholarships for members of the church who wish to continue their education and to honor the memory of […]

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10 years of Good News

When my wife and I realized that God had called us to start a Christian community Newspaper back in 1999, we did what everyone else did back then. We went to the library. We checked out books on how to publish a Newspaper, because the internet wasn’t as overloaded with information as it is today. […]

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Looking for work? Try University Baptist Church’s job blog

In light of today’s economy, it’s no secret many people are out of work as the unemployment rate continues to rise. Leaders at University Baptist Church (UBC) in Coral Gables feel the pressing burden to take care of their own–church members who have lost their jobs. In an effort to reach their church and community, […]

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A Naples family calls Chick-fil-A “home”

By Arlene Colcombe The Good News Young Pedro Jason (“PJ”) Rodriguez had no idea when he took his first job as a teenager that he was making a decision that would impact the rest of his life. It almost didn’t happen. Alex Rodriguez, operator of a local Chick-fil-A restaurant, probably wouldn’t have hired young PJ […]

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