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HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO PREPARATION FOR THE STORM Royal Palm Cemetery Come prepared to receive the blessing of forgiveness as you hear prayers offered, powerful...

Zoological Dream Come True

It isn’t bees, but there is a buzzing going on at our Naples Zoo for the excitement and preparation of hosting the Association of...

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Schooled on Slavery

Palm Beach County is rising in the recruitment of young children to the tune of 54% in 2016, so the Human Trafficking Coalition of the Palm Beaches President, Tanya Meade, regularly joins students in raising awareness on the very same grounds.

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The 45th Annual March for Life: January 19th in Washington, D....

The 45th annual March for Life, the world’s largest pro-life demonstration, will take place on January 19 in the nation’s capital. The theme for this year is "Love Saves Lives: Life Is the Loving, Empowering and Self-Sacrificial Option,” according to the organization’s president, Jeanne F. Mancini.
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Marco Lutheran Church Offers Two Evenings of Musical Fun

Join us for a Christmas Musical Celebration, December 11 or 12 at 7:30 pm to celebrate the Christmas season with a medley of favorites. Get your free tickets early or at the door to hear Pianist John Davis and our Marco Lutheran Choir with special...


  • EDITORIAL: El Programa Cooperativo: Un Plan Divino January 12, 2018
    Como Bautistas del Sur tenemos un vehículo maravilloso para hacer misiones, promover la evangelización, producir líderes y pastores aptos para diferentes ministerios e impactar el mundo entero para Cristo. ...
  • Pastor/prof Bill Bennett leaves mentoring legacy January 12, 2018
    Pastor, seminary professor and influential mentor William "Bill" L. Bennett Sr., founder of Mentoring Men for the Master (M3), died Jan. 11 in Wilmington, N.C. He was 93.
  • Pew: Muslims on pace to outnumber Jews in U.S. January 12, 2018
    Muslims will likely surpass Jews as the second largest religious group behind Christians in the U.S. by 2040, elevated by a high birth rate and immigration, the Pew Research Center reported.
  • Are conservative voices being silenced by Twitter? January 12, 2018
    Social media platform Twitter may be trying to reshape the online narrative by editing out conservative voices, a new undercover video released by Project Veritas alleges.


  • Why We Need to Talk about Trump’s Haiti Remarks
    Christians can expand their compassion by looking at the deeper story of development and immigration. Yesterday in a meeting about immigration reform, President Donald Trump questioned why he should accept immigrants from “s—hole countries” like Haiti, El Salvador, and nations in Africa, instead of places like Norway. Even in the constant onslaught of news and […]
    Kent Annan
  • Simone Biles, #MeToo, and How Christians Must Respond
    This is a problem we all must address. Just tonight, Olympic gymnast Simone Biles joined the chorus of women who’ve bravely brought their stories of abuse into the public light. Biles, 20, made this announcement detailing the ways her former team doctor, Larry Nassar, abused both her and other teammates. #MeToo, it seems, continues on, […]
    Ed Stetzer
  • Billy Graham, Martin Luther King Jr., and Having a Dream
    Lessons from the life of Dr. King Today is Martin Luther King Jr. Day—a Monday dedicated each year to celebrating the legacy of a man who labored tirelessly for racial equality. As the Executive Director of the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College, I’ve naturally taken particular interest in a certain relationship: that is, the […]
    Ed Stetzer