Former President of Wycliffe Bible Translators Passes at 100

Dr. George Cowan, former Bible translator and president emeritus of Wycliffe Bible Translators International, (now the Wycliffe Global Alliance) went to be with the Lord on Saturday, Feb. 11, 2017, at the age of 100. “No one exemplified Wycliffe and commitment to reaching people with the Good News in a language and form they... -Read More

BiG Cardio is Back Celebrating 10 Years of Doing Good

BiG Cardio returns on Saturday, May 6 celebrating its 10th anniversary and organizers say it will be better than ever. Produced by BiG Children’s Foundation (BCF), a non-profit organization that provides opportunity and support for at-risk youth, the annual BiG Cardio is a unique blend of all things fitness, sports, cycle and fun. With... -Read More

How Does Health Care Sharing Really Work?

Later this month, uninsured Americans around the country—or those looking for a change in how to pay for expensive health care—will face the Jan. 31 Affordable Care Act deadline. Many questions will be part of that decision, and Samaritan Ministries International, which accepts applications all year, answers some of the most frequently asked questions about... -Read More

Thousands Expected to Walk for Freedom on February 25

In an effort to raise awareness and funds to combat the issues of human trafficking, The Freedom Challenge has created a movement to walk for freedom on February 25. Thousands of people; men, women and children, around the nation will walk virtually or attend one of three events in Florida, Colorado or Georgia. South... -Read More

Trinity International University Makes Strategic Moves

Trinity International University (TIU) has announced its second strategic move to improve facilities and expand its local programs in the South Florida area. Last August, classes in Miami-Dade moved from a church site to a facility in Kendall with administrative offices, current technology and the classroom space needed to serve their Miami students. This... -Read More

Local Church Honors Homeless Couple with Wedding Ceremony

On Saturday, July 16th, Kat and Sal Taylor said “I do.” While all weddings are special, this one felt different. It tugged at the heart a little more. Why? Because Kat and Sal are part of the homeless community here in Fort Lauderdale, and on that Saturday, they were able to celebrate their love... -Read More

Santa Claus Visits Local Hospitalized Children

As Santa Claus enjoys his summer vacation and the warm South Florida weather, he visited hospitalized children at Palms West hospital in July. The visit was courtesy of the Believe in Santa Foundation. Santa spends quality time with each hospitalized child in an effort to brighten their day, and help them forget about the... -Read More