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Meth to Missions

Meet Jeff Stone. Home in Fort Lauderdale for a brief missions respite. Nothing about Jeff’s warm demeanor and clean-cut appearance give any hint of the life that he once lived back in Las Vegas. However, once Jeff sits down and begins to open up, he tells an intriguing and powerful story of his transformation from […]

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10 Trends to Watch in 2012

I’m not a prophet, nor the son of a prophet. But it doesn’t take a prognosticator to predict a few trends I believe we’ll see in the next year. Here are a few trends to watch in 2012, in my humble opinion. The world will not end in 2012, contrary to Mayan predictions. To borrow […]

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Tortured For Christ

Pastor Richard Wurmbrand, author of 18 books, was a Romanian Christian Minister of Jewish descent who had the misfortune of growing up during a time of severe anti-Semitism in Communist Romania. Pastor Wurmbrand had publicly declared that Christianity and Communism were incompatible, and thus Pastor Wurmbrand was tortured mercilessly and imprisoned for 14 years for […]

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Climbing for Freedom

The Good News recently caught up with 18 year old Madison Baczewski, the youngest Freedom Climber, who also happens to be a South Florida native. Counting down the days until January 11, here is what Madison had to say about the upcoming Freedom Climb: The Good News (TGN):  Will you tell us a little bit […]

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Climbing for Freedom, One Step at a Time

The sky seems to be significantly darker these days. Global turmoil shouts at us with war, natural disasters, economic failure, and far too much injustice. Women and children are being sold over and over again as commodities in nearly every nation and the world seems to sit strangely idle… as if it’s just mere media […]

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Lessons Learned From Steve Jobs

Back in 1976, when 20-year-old Steve Jobs co-founded Apple computer in his parents’ garage, he could not have imagined in his wildest dreams the global impact the brand would one day have. Yet 35 years later, at the time of Jobs’ October 2011 passing, Apple was the world’s largest technology company, with a worldwide following […]

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Another Piece for Peace

Lately, News has been swirling about certain American government officials trying to serve up yet another land for peace deal between the Palestinians and Israelis. Capturing the world’s attention, this concept has been an ongoing process for years and will probably continue until Israel cedes to all of the conditions. During the Camp David Accords […]

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A Bright Light in Desperate Times

Haiti, the poorest country in the western hemisphere, has been in turmoil for decades and has had no real successful plan to fix the overwhelming problems it has faced. This country has been plagued with economic collapse, governmental corruption, poor health conditions, bad roads, little electricity, no real sewers, a huge trash dilemma, contaminated drinking […]

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Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things

For her 40th birthday, Lucy McCann wanted nothing more than to take a vacation to her native homeland of Cartagena, Colombia with her husband Oliver. Amidst the historical charm that lures many tourists to the balmy South American port, the couple took notice of a young girl in the distance. Dark skinned, dirty and clad […]

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