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Platelets: The New Pink

  It’s pink season again. With October being the official breast cancer awareness month, the color pink is in full bloom. But what does wearing pink have to do with curing breast cancer? For some, it is a reminder to have a breast exam for early cancer detection. For others, it is the time... -Read More


I Love Me… I Love Me Not

“I, Nadine, promise to enjoy inhabiting my own life and to relish a lifelong love affair with my beautiful self,” Nadine Schweigert vowed. That’s right – she married herself. With all the talk about same-sex marriage, polygamy, incest, polyamorous relationships of various kinds, it’s not surprising to find that there is also a practice... -Read More


Study Finds Strong Families Contribute to High School Graduation Rates

“The number of families headed by married couples is a more powerful predictor of high school graduation and school suspension rates in Florida than are factors such as income, race and ethnicity,” according to “Strong Families, Successful Schools,” a new study released in September by the Institute for Family Studies. “Accordingly, policymakers, educators and... -Read More


That’s A Sorry Excuse!

  Have you tried to apologize, but your spouse won’t accept it? Has your spouse apologized, and you don’t believe he/she is sincere? You are not alone.   What happens when an apology is not offered, appropriate or accepted? Whatever the root of the offense, it sits in the middle of your marriage keeping... -Read More


Spend Time with Your Money; Create a Budget

Learning to be good stewards over what God has given us can be a challenge. In the wink of an eye, 2016 will be gone. How can we go out with a bang concerning our money? Holidays such as Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas all take place in the next few months, and most... -Read More


Teachable Moments

If you are a parent, chances are that you have learned to pick your battles with your child. But knowing exactly when to let something slide and when to address an issue immediately is not always easy. Samantha James, a kindergarten teacher at Palm Beach Christian Academy in West Palm Beach and mother of... -Read More


Overcoming the Challenges of Step Parenting

  Being a step-parent is very sacrificial and requires a thick skin to roll with the punches that come with the role. I always tell my friends who are dating a person with kids that step parenting can be extra hard work. Marriage is hard enough alone, so imagine adding kids, exes and brokenness... -Read More


Local Abortion Facility May Lose Its License

The Fort Lauderdale Women’s Center, site of seven 40 Days for Life prayer vigils over the past three and a half years, may lose its license to perform abortions. Complaints have been filed against the center and three others owned by late-term abortionist Dr. James Pendergraft by the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration... -Read More


Help Her, Period Assist Homeless Women

Over 25 excited volunteers along with The Beauty Initiative, Inc. assembled more than 300 bags of hygiene products for local homeless women in need on August 13.. After becoming aware of the taboo issue of homeless women lacking monthly menstrual necessities, Ashley L Eubanks began the “Help Her, Period” movement, a campaign that collected... -Read More