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Interdependence is Better than Independence

“Free,” she sang! The short soprano’s powerful voice firmly hit and held such a high note I actually looked up to see if the glass in the chandelier would shatter! We were standing in the outside lobby at the American Adventure pavilion in Epcot at Disney World Orlando. A group of eight professional singers... -Read More


Governor Scott Signs Religious Liberties Act to Impact Schools

The last day of the regular Florida State House session, representatives overwhelmingly approved SB 436, the Florida Student and School Personnel Religious Liberties Act. The vote was 103 to 12, though the Christian Family Coalition (CFC) was alone in its effort to pass the law. CFC not only endorsed the bill, but also submitted... -Read More


What Should We Expect of Our Preachers?

Show me a nation with weak preaching and I will show you a nation in trouble. Wherever the church is weak around the globe, the darkness appears strong. This is true because “righteousness exalts a nation” (Proverbs 14:34). Identify a country with a weak church and you will likely find several common killers; spiritual... -Read More


Kick Drugs Out Community Outreach Shared Message of Hope

Teen Challenge Davie Women’s Home hosted their Kick Drugs Out Community Outreach Event at Driftwood Estates in Davie on April 29 with the purpose of raising drug awareness and spreading God’s love and hope. It was an exciting time to meet new people where smiles and laughter abounded. Over 320 attended the event allowing... -Read More


Knox Seminary Celebrates 66 Graduates

Knox Theological Seminary celebrated the achievements of 66 graduates during commencement ceremonies at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church on May 19, as a reminder of how God is using Knox to equip students for service in Christ’s Kingdom. This diverse student body of men and women represents ministries that are reaching the homeless in San... -Read More


Trinity International University Recognized 50 Local Graduates

Fifty graduates donned cap and gown to celebrate their graduation from Trinity International University Florida during their commencement ceremony on May 6 at first Baptist Church of Fort Lauderdale. Recognizing various levels of achievement, 28 earned degrees from the Undergraduate (EXCEL) Program, 15 earned degrees from Trinity Graduate School and 7 graduated from Trinity... -Read More


Firewall Students Participate in Serve-A-Thon

Firewall Centers held its fourth annual Serve-A-Thon on April 29 where over 400 Firewall students, their mentors, and volunteers engaged in six service projects throughout Broward County and learned the value of impacting the community. Firewall students from Western High and Indian Ridge Middle prepared 16,139 meals for hungry families with Feeding South Florida.... -Read More


BigCardio Raises Thousands to Help At-risk Youth

More than 500 participants, sponsors, volunteers and spectators came out for the BigCardio 5K on May 6 to enjoy a morning of fitness and fun for a great cause. Over 100 volunteers also served at the event, helping BiG Children’s Foundation share their mission with hundreds of people in South Florida and raise thousands... -Read More


South Florida Professionals Completed the 2017 Lifework Leadership Program

The National Christian Foundation of South Florida celebrated the 2017 Lifework Leadership class during a ceremony on May 11 at the Hillsboro Club. Lifework Leadership is a nine month leadership course with teaching from nationally known speakers, case studies with prominent business people, literary discussion and practical life application. Each class examines the life... -Read More


Ramadan, Fasting and the Good News

This year Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, takes places from May 27 to June 25. For Muslims it brings thirty days of rigorous fasting, along with prayer, reading of the Qur’an and giving to the poor. Christians disagree strongly with Muslims about their understanding of God. However, Ramadan can provide a... -Read More