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The new face of Coral Ridge

Billy Graham’s grandson makes his mark on South Florida as the new pastor of Coral Ridge Presbyterian – preaching revival all along the way Tullian Tchividjian is making a statement in South Florida, and it’s not very fashionable. Tchividjian, founding pastor of New City Church in Coconut Creek and grandson of evangelist Billy Graham, is […]

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Missionaries from around the globe meet up at Spanish River Church

If you’re interested in missions or church planting, you’ll want to check out Spanish River Church’s annual Global Outreach Conference May 1–6 in Boca Raton. The conference includes sessions geared for pastors, missions leaders and seminary students and also offers a missions expo open to the public after church services on Saturday, May 2 and […]

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‘Daddy, is that what a man does?’

You’ve probably seen it before: A father brings his 10-year-old son to a professional football game with some of his buddies. During half-time the cheerleaders strut out onto the sidelines. The man takes out his binoculars, and, after watching the cheerleaders for a moment, passes them through the outstretched hands of his son to a […]

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Despite economy, Chick-fil-A continues to grow and give

Chick-fil-A, the company behind the cows begging customers to “Eat Mor Chikin,” has increased sales despite the struggling economy. The restaurant chain marked its 41st consecutive year of rising sales with a 12.17 percent increase from 2007 to 2008. In addition, the company expanded with 83 new locations in 2008 alone. Closing on Sundays and […]

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Be anxious for nothing, not even the economy

Many people today find themselves wondering, “Why should I stay positive when we are in the midst of a serious financial crisis, and people are losing their homes and jobs? Why stay invested in the stock market when it seems like the losses keep mounting day after day?” These questions are not easy to answer. […]

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Cross International starts musical

Cross International, a Florida-based charity serving the poor in more than 30 countries worldwide, has launched a special musical outreach called “Harmony of Hearts” to make U.S. churches more aware of Christian social outreaches taking place overseas. The program, described as a tribute to Isaiah 58 and 1 John 3:16, uses a blend of music, […]

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Students speak out on homosexuality

Local students participate in the Day of Silence and the Day of Truth to share views on homosexuality Expect school campuses across the country to be a bit quieter on April 17, when some students plan to take part in the 13th annual Day of Silence. An undertaking of the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Educational […]

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Cure for conformity: ‘Unfashionable’

Pastor Tullian Tchividjian pushes back against the cult of cool in his new book, “Unfashionable,” to be released this month. Tchividjian (pronounced “Cha-vi-jin”), 36, says that living for God is uncool. Counter-culture. The way up is down; the way in is out. “Seekers today aren’t looking for something appealing and trendy. They’re looking for something […]

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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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