Local Churches Send Youth to Spread the Gospel

This summer, churches are sending people all over the world — to Germany, Brazil, India, France, England and many other countries to spread the gospel. Among them, Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church is sending youth to Costa Rica and Christ Fellowship youth are traveling to Bolivia to answer the call to go into the world... -Read More


South Florida Baseball School Inspires Excellence

Bruce Charlebois came to Parkland 20 years ago with a dream in mind: to open a school for baseball. Drafted by the New York Yankees in 1987, Charlebois had a career ending knee injury. The injury may have ended his career but not his love nor devotion for the sport. His passion for the... -Read More


Calvary Sophomore Thanks God after Emergency Brain Surgery

The month of May started out just as any other month for local sophomore, Elochukwu Eze. Eze, who moved here from Nigeria two years ago, is a student at Calvary Christian Academy and a starter for the Eagles Basketball team averaging six points and 12 rebounds a game. In recent weeks, however, Eze complained... -Read More


When Lightning Strikes

It is no secret that Florida is the lightning capital of the world. From 2005-2014, a total of 322 people died to lightning strikes in the U.S. and Florida lead the number of deaths with 47, according a study by Vaisala Inc. The worst year was in 2007 when 11 people died in Florida,... -Read More


Governor Scott Signs Pastor Protection Act into Law

Churches, religious organizations and individuals may not be required to perform any marriages that would violate their conscience or be compelled to use church property for such ceremonies if they would violate their sincerely held religious beliefs now that Florida’s Pastor Protection Act has passed and been signed into law by Governor Rick Scott... -Read More


Surfers For Autism Raises Awareness

In 2008, on a sandy beach in Deerfield, a handful of surfers congregated with one goal in mind, to raise awareness for autism and give kids with autism a fun experience. Starting with 40 surfers and raising $10,000 for autism charities in their inaugural year, it has grown into a highly anticipated annual festival... -Read More


Explorer Program Gives Youth a Taste of Public Service

Imagine you are a police officer. It’s late at night and you’ve just pulled over a suspicious vehicle. As you and your partner approach the car, you must analyze and decide your next move in milliseconds. Suddenly, the driver jumps out of the car and approaches you shouting that he “wasn’t speeding.” As you... -Read More


Wreaths Across America Adorns the Graves of Fallen Heroes

All across the nation, American citizens expressed thanks to those who served in the military on Veterans Day. Veterans, both young and old, were given their day of love and reflection. Some, however, never live to experience that honor. That’s where Wreaths Across America comes in. When one sees the spectacular vision of graves... -Read More


A Movement to Protect Pastors from Discrimination

Two long years after the birth of the Pastor Protection Act in California and in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court Decision of Obergefell v. Hodges, there is a movement in Florida and other states to pass legislation that would protect pastors from having to perform any marriages that would violate their conscience... -Read More