Voiceless: One Man, One Fight, the Ultimate Sacrifice

  Voiceless is an award-winning, pro-life film inspired by real-life events that was written and directed by Pat Necerato with the intention of tackling the tough topic of abortion and calling the church to action. Producer Stuart Migdon said, “Voiceless was made to engage the church. We believe our film artfully presents the issue... -Read More


Local Screenwriter Produces “Salted Christmas”

“Salted Christmas: One Family, One Day, One Purpose” is a feature-length film being filmed in South Florida that depicts a day in the life of the Fairway family as they walk through a Saturday prior to Christmas, deeply involved in ministry. The brainchild of Don McChesney, a local founder of Equip Education, an education... -Read More


Your Bucket List for Summer Fun

It’s summer! The kids are home from school and schedules change from homework help to summer camps. Even if you don’t have kids, there’s something about summer that makes us want to break away, take a vacation or try something new. Here are some fun ways to celebrate summer simply right here in South... -Read More


Discover the Many Treasures A Short Drive Away

Florida is full of hidden wonders from the Panhandle all the way down to the Keys. Whether you like museums, historic monuments, nature walks or water adventure, there is something new for you to discover in Florida. Here is a list that will keep you exploring all summer long.   Pensacola Your first stop... -Read More


Camp iDENTIFY Develops the Leaders of Tomorrow

Camp iDENTIFY, a five-day leadership camp, is designed to invigorate and instruct teenagers on how to become better, more equipped leaders. “It’s one of the few leadership camps that teaches teenagers that they’re more than just what the world tells them, and they can dream as big as they want to,” said one camp... -Read More


Home Education is on the Rise in Florida

In South Florida homeschooling is becoming increasingly popular. Parents often choose to home educate their children to give them a more biblically-based education, provide an expedited or slowed down academic pace or allow the child to study more specific interests. Tracy Pons, South Florida’s district 4 representative for the Florida Parent Educator Association (FPEA),... -Read More


Grace Place School Offers Creative Alternatives for At-Risk Teens

For abused, neglected or abandoned teens, school is typically a place of frustration, boredom or shame with a lack of genuine caring. As at-risk teens find themselves failing, socially and academically, traditional education options offer little to entice them away from the streets. This is where Grace Place steps in.  Currently an after-school and... -Read More


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),... -Read More


Boot Camp Prepares Men for Fatherhood

Gabriella Morris Good News   The more involved a father is in the life of a child the better. Studies show that babies with involved fathers are more likely to be emotionally secure and eager to explore their surroundings. As they grow, they are more sociable, better problem-solvers, have higher IQs by age 3... -Read More