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Lazy Days of Summer

Summer.  Just the word evokes memories of lazy days spent sleeping late, trips to the beach, delicious barbecues with friends, vacations to exciting, new places, and trips home to see family.  When I was a child, it always felt as if the world stopped for a few months and the longer days were filled with […]

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Practice Love, Grace and Truth

Americans awoke to news of the deadliest terror attack since 9/11 on the morning of June 12th after 29-year-old Omar Mateen opened fire inside Pulse, a gay nightclub, killing 49 and injuring 53. In a 911 call, Mateen claimed allegiance to the Islamic State, but the investigation continues into whether he had any real ties […]

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A Mother’s Reflection on Graduation Day

  It seems like just yesterday when I held him in my arms for the first time. God set eternity in the heart of this new being and I had the privilege of birthing him into existence. Staring at me with his big, blue eyes, he listened intently as I whispered to him everything that […]

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Senior Veterans Take Dream Flights at North Perry Airport

  Four South Florida seniors from Covenant Village of Florida strapped on goggles and headsets and soared through the skies in a 1942 open-cockpit Boeing Stearman at the North Perry Airport in March during an event to honor them for their military service. These Dream Flights were presented by Ageless Aviation Dreams Foundation (AADF), a […]

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Pam Tebow to Speak at 15th Alumnae Afternoon Tea Event that Benefits Scholarships at Palm Beach Atlantic University

Pam Tebow, mother of college football analyst and former University of Florida football star Tim Tebow, will be the guest speaker for the Palm Beach Atlantic University Alumni Association’s 15th annual Afternoon Tea and Silent Auction at 1 p.m. Saturday, April 9, at The Club at Admirals Cove in Jupiter. Tickets are $100 per person. […]

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Open Carry: A Bad Idea for Florida

Sheriff Scott Israel   With more than 350 mass shootings in the United States in 2015, gun violence weighs heavily in everyone’s thoughts.  Having more guns brandished openly on our streets is not the answer, yet that is exactly what will happen if a very dangerous bill passes in Tallahassee this year. The “open carry” […]

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Halloween or Reformation Day?

What are we supposed to make of Halloween? I don’t think anyone really knows. Somehow, bizarrely, it has turned into a socially acceptable, culturally-embraced evening for children to dress up as ghosts, ninjas, princesses or athletes and approach total strangers’ houses under the cover of darkness asking them for candy. Last time I recall trick […]

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Freedom and Forgivenes

I recently was interviewed by a reporter regarding a new U.S. law that may affect small business owners’ websites and how they comply with accommodations for people with disabilities. There are a lot of existing laws that already make it very difficult to run a small business without the burden of having more. But the […]

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Focusing on What Really Matters

Happy anniversary and thank you to all of our readers over the past 17 years. Sometimes I feel like Time magazine looking back over all the years with all the stories, all the ministries and all the church events we’ve covered. If you were to look in the office of our editor, Shelly, you would […]

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