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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


“Facing Darkness” Shines Light on a Dark Disease

“Don’t be afraid, for I am with you. Don’t be discouraged, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you. I will hold you up with my victorious right hand” (Isaiah 41:10, NLT). What do you do when faced with a crisis the world has never seen before? What do you... -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


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


No Vacancy

“And she gave birth to her firstborn son and wrapped him in swaddling clothes and laid him in a manger because there was no place for them in the inn” (Luke 2:7). “No room in the inn” would become a signature piece for how the Son of Man would be regularly excluded from the... -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


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