Family

EPIC Approach Places Powerful Tolls in the Hands of Parents

  Kids in the foster care system are survivors. Due to no fault of their own, they have faced abuse, neglect or abandonment, often having to learn how to cope on their own at a young age in whatever way they can. In some cases, these children experience Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD,... -Read More


New Program Helps At-risk Youth Be Fit To Succeed

In the United States this year, 26,000 youth will age out of foster care. They’ll turn 18 years old and — with no family and limited adult guidance — they’ll be left to their own devices to find transportation, finish school, get a job and find a place to live. This can be a... -Read More


Is the Millennial Generation Getting a Bum Rap?

If you’re ever tuned into today’s media, you’ve probably heard the slights and digs about “The Millennials.” Let’s just go ahead and admit it; some of it is rather funny. Who are these Millennials? I am sure many of these 13-35 years olds, who make up this largest living generation in the US, would... -Read More


A Guide to Summer Camps

When it comes to summer camps, there are a lot of options from which to choose.  Finding the right camp can be a challenge.  Start by considering what you hope your child will get out of camp.  It may be a needed change of venue, opportunity to develop confidence, the chance to explore an... -Read More


Learn How to Fight the New Drug

Scientific evidence based on brain scans reveals that pornography use causes real physiological damage. Experts are now calling it “the crack cocaine of sexual addiction” and point to accessibility, affordability and anonymity as key contributors to its insidious nature. Unfortunately, the average age of exposure to pornography is now eight-years-old, according to Dr. Brent... -Read More


Maria Found Life

  It was late on a Sunday night last September. We were wrapping up our 40 Days for Life kick-off rally at the Spanish church next door to Fort Lauderdale Women’s Center, a late-term abortion facility. We were preparing to leave. That’s when a young woman named “Maria” who looked in distress, arrived at... -Read More


Porn Kills Love: Fight the New Drug Events Planned

Live the Life, an organization dedicated to changing young lives and strengthening marriages, will host a Community Conversation for adults only entitled “Fight the New Drug” on March 30 at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church. Students are invited to their own presentation on March 31st at First Baptist Church Fort Lauderdale to discuss how “porn... -Read More


Operation Underground Railroad Rescues Children

Human trafficking is a horrible evil present in our world today. Worse than simple trafficking, however, is child sex trafficking; a booming criminal industry that specializes in providing depraved individuals with children to satiate their perverted desires. These children are often sold multiple times per day to such individuals to be used, humiliated and... -Read More