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Fixer-upper Husband?

Several married friends have come to me recently frustrated with their husbands’ behaviors. Their husbands were not ______ing the way that they “should.” All three wives had different blanks, but the bottom line was that they had talked to their husbands about what they were witnessing, and their husbands did not heed their advice.... -Read More


Sunrise Police Build Trust in the Community

Communities across the nation are struggling with fractured relationships between police departments and the communities they are charged with protecting. While the potential for conflict between police and community members is always present, building and maintaining trust between the public and police is essential for the health of a democratic society. One local police... -Read More


Churches Pitch in to Fund Computers for Elementary School

Six churches in the I-595 corridor area of Broward County joined forces to meet the tangible need of students at Flamingo Road Elementary School in November, raising enough funds to purchase laptop computers for the third grade class. Pastors from Crossway Church, Greenhouse Church, Metropolitan Baptist, Hope Fellowship, Pioneer Community and Vertical Church (aka... -Read More


Evangelical Leaders Urge Trump to Reconsider Refugee Order

(WNS)–Thousands of evangelical leaders are asking President Donald Trump to reconsider his executive order pausing the United States refugee program and barring travel from seven Muslim-majority countries. Christian humanitarian group World Relief published a letter in the Washington Post on Feb. 8 with signatures from 100 prominent evangelical leaders asking Trump to reassess his... -Read More


Who Will Rescue Us?

Refugees often experience fear, confusion and shame. Their plight is a picture of the broken human condition. We all live in a time of danger — none are immune. The life and death questions we face desperately need answers. Our brokenness, and the brokenness of our nation, can rob us of our dignity. We,... -Read More


Sustainable Living Community Projects Impact Haiti

Frank McKinney is a real estate “artist,” bestselling author and “philanthro-capitalist” in Palm Beach County, and as such has been involved with providing housing for the relatively affluent in South Florida for over 25 years. But for more than 14 years now, he has also been building entirely self-sufficient villages in Haiti, the poorest... -Read More


Why is Jerusalem so Controversial?

Jerusalem — for some it’s a name that invokes the Psalms describing its beauty, its spiritual significance and the importance of praying for its peace. For others it stirs a wide spectrum of emotions and a quagmire of international disagreement. Here are several reasons for the multilayered controversy over Jerusalem.   The United Nations,... -Read More


Maria Found Life

Maria Found Life Tewannah Aman Good News 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”... -Read More


Hope Women’s Centers Celebrates 30 Years of Service

Hope Women’s Centers Celebrates 30 Years of Service January 17, 2017 marked 30 years since Hope Women’s Centers opened its doors and hearts to women and men facing unplanned pregnancies. Hope offers free and confidential services including pregnancy tests, limited obstetrical ultrasounds, options counseling, and referrals for women and men who find themselves in... -Read More