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Habitat for Humanity of Broward Breaks Ground on Its Largest Project

Habitat for Humanity of Broward celebrated the groundbreaking of “A Rick Case Habitat Community,” its largest project to date, on June 6 by recognizing the philanthropists behind it. The nine-acre site in Pompano Beach will feature 77 affordable homes and a publicly accessible park in the area of NW 15th St. and NW 6th Ave. […]

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Always Be Prepared

“Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect” (1 Peter 3:15 NIV). As a pastor, I am confronted often with questions about the Christian faith. Some come from the saints of God and some […]

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Boca Christian School Student Awarded Gates Scholarship

Boca Raton Christian School is proud to congratulate Senior Stephanie Casting, on being awarded the prestigious Gates Scholarship. Stephanie is one of only 300 high school seniors nationwide who will receive this scholarship established by Bill and Melinda Gates. Stephanie has been a Boca Christian student since 3rd grade. She has been active in leadership […]

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Find a Vacation Bible School Near You

Every summer parents across the country invest in their children’s talents, social development, personal and spiritual growth at Vacation Bible School (VBS). Churches throughout South Florida have planned out a spectacular summer for children to continue growing in “wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and man” as Jesus did (Luke 2:52). They’ll learn […]

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Rodriguez Lauds the Impact of Lifework Leadership

As a graduate of Lifework Leadership’s Inaugural class more than 10 years ago, Miguel Rodriguez, CPA, PFS, Managing Partner of Rodriguez, Kinzbrunner & Company, LLP, has witnessed firsthand the impact the Lifework program and its alumni have had on his career, personal life and in the community. Applicable in today’s marketplace, Lifework Leadership is a […]

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Beautiful Applause

“She has done a beautiful thing to me” (Mark 14:6). Their names are not even mentioned, and yet the Lord bestowed the highest praise on three women who demonstrated courage in difficult circumstances. Their ordinary lives are not memorials for us to simply admire, but to emulate, compelling us to love the Lord more deeply […]

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The Midwest Meets the Middle East

“Can’t wait to see snow,” was my reaction when I learned that I had to travel to Chicago on a business trip at the ripe age of 22. I took a night flight, and although cold, the drive to the hotel was pleasant. A date at the federal courthouse awaited me the next morning, and […]

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Firewall Students Serve South Florida

Firewall Centers held its Fifth Annual Serve-A-Thon on Saturday, April 28th, where over 500 Firewall students, their mentors and volunteers engaged in seven service projects throughout Broward County and learned the value of giving back. Firewall Plantation, Western and Blanche Ely High students visited three elderly care centers through Heart2Heart Outreach of South Florida. While […]

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The 21-Day Slow

I typically don’t like to fast. I know it’s important, and it’s encouraged throughout the Bible. I know that there are many benefits to fasting. The clarity and focus that occurs as one intently focuses on Jesus is something supernatural. I have dear friends who fast regularly for extended times and speak of its benefits. […]

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The Simplicity of Systems in Life

Systems dictate behavior. Systems make your decision-making easier. The absence of systems in your life only adds to the complexity of your life. No systems — no simplicity. If your life is out of balance and hurried, then you need a system, or you need to work the system you forgot about. If you are […]

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