Putting Hope Within Reach

Teen Challenge Women’s Home is a residential discipleship program located in Davie that helps women break off the destructive chains of drug addiction and alcoholism that ensnare them. According to Teen Challenge literature, there are over 278 million drug users worldwide. Sadly drug addiction shatters lives, but Teen Challenge works with adults, youth and... -Read More

Love Makes a Difference in Public Schools

After working as a basketball coach and athletic director at Palm Beach Atlantic University, Jack Wells began visiting public schools in Palm Beach County as a recruiter and discovered something that surprised him. “Everywhere I went I was finding seasoned teachers wanting to leave public education. It was only September or October, and they... -Read More

Christ Fellowship Grows in Boynton Beach Mall

Christ Fellowship Boynton Beach recently made an unconventional move to its new location in the Boynton Beach Mall. Originally meeting at Boynton Beach High School with about 850 people, Campus Pastor Dave Simile said, “We needed a permanent location and this space became available that was centrally located near public transportation lines and was... -Read More

Hobby Lobby expanding in South Florida

Despite the controversy regarding the recent Supreme Court Case, Hobby Lobby seems to be thriving and plans to open 70 new stores in 2014. Five of those Hobby Lobby stores are opening right here in South Florida. In April, a Hobby Lobby South Florida craft store opened in Davie with grand openings slated for... -Read More

Concert Features Three Musical Acts

Three musical acts, Group 1 Crew, a mainstay on Christian radio, worship artist William McDowell, and Christian rapper KB will appear together on Saturday, July 12 from 7 – 10 p.m. at The Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, in a fundraising concert to benefit Bethel Evangelical Baptist Church of Delray Beach. The Moving on... -Read More

South Floridians Restore Missions Hospital

In November 2008, Don Campion, president of Banyan Air, returned to Egbe, Nigeria, to show his wife, Sueanne, the little village in Africa where he grew up and his parents were missionaries for forty years. What he discovered grieved him.  The hospital that his parents, Dr. George and Esther Campion, a young doctor and... -Read More

Outstanding High School Graduates Rise Above the Culture

View full layout of this article here Faced with a barrage of images on Instagram and Facebook, constant texting and Snapchat, teen icons like Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber taking center stage in the media, and hoody-clad teens spewing rap on the airwaves, this generation of youth is met with challenges like never before. In... -Read More

Themed Cruises Promise a Spiritual Getaway

Summer is upon us and it’s time to plan that special vacation. For people seeking an all-inclusive, hassle-free and often economical escape, cruises are popular. Where else can you stay in a luxury cabin while the ship transports you to a variety of ports, entertainment and activities are provided on board and the food... -Read More

Connecting With Croatia

Boca High Students Bring Hope to Gypsy Children One student’s summer trip has turned into a vision for a Croatian community of children that has become contagious at Boca High School. In June, a group of 19 students from Boca High’s Project Life Club will travel to Croatia and build relationships with Roma-Gypsy children... -Read More

Vacation Bible School: A Summer Tradition

While leisurely beach days and sunshine are at the forefront of most young minds during summer break, many families also look forward to the fun-filled tradition of Vacation Bible School. Vacation bible school programs provide age-appropriate games, crafts, skits, music and other activities designed to entertain and educate young minds about the Gospel message. ... -Read More