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“Parent Choice” in education can help many families today

When I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in the mid 90’s, I moved to New York City. And I did what most young folks did them: found the cheapest apartment I could afford in the nicest neighborhood possible. That ...

Natural Bridge teacher becomes author of book

Robbin Times-Dudley recently fulfilled her long-time goal of becoming a children’s book author. “Jasper, the Fetching Cat,” her first book written under the pen name Candace Lynn, was featured during the recent 2014 Miami Book Fair. Jasper has the “purrfect” ...

Veteran recovers from PTSD, graduates from FIU

U.S. Army veteran and Miami native Rodney Demerritte earned a national defense service medal and an army service ribbon. He was later diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression and anxiety. In the years that followed he found himself without ...

A century of rejoicing

The choir of St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church started singing a few minutes before the service was scheduled to start. Soon people in the church were on their feet clapping and praising along with the choir. Then came the ...

Hope Church of Christ: A lifestyle

The Hope Church of Christ (HCOC) cannot be readily seen as one drives down Northwest 199th St. It’s nestled in an old business park behind the former John Walsh building at 295 NW 199th St. Just because the physical building ...

Making spirits bright

Sabrina Gordon watched while her grandson Jahkari Gordon running around the clubhouse in the Barbara Carey-Shuler Apartments in Liberty City. Jahkari, 7, jumped for joy after he opened his gift on Saturday. It was a Superman play shaving kit. The ...

A Handel classic at Liberty City church

Dozens listened to the sounds of the season Sunday at the Church of Incarnation in Liberty City, where the Florida Memorial University Chamber Ensemble and Community Mass Choir and Orchestra performed George Frederick Handel’s classic “The Messiah.” The event

Lean on the Lord

We are living in an era that is filled with situations and circumstances that produce in our lives too much stress, states of depression and, in many cases, feelings of low self-esteem. Christians call these conditions their “trials and tribulations.” ...

Elder Victor Carter: A servant working for all God’s people

Victor Carter accepted the Lord as his personal Savior and was filled with the Holy Ghost on April 9, 1976. Three years later he answered the “call” for him to preach the gospel according to God’s will and his way. ...

Faith Calendar

Raina L. Kemp Ministries, Inc. presents a two day revival with Dr. Darrell Scott on Thursday, Dec. 11 and Friday, Dec. 12. 8 p.m. for both nights True Faith would like to invite the community for Sunday Worship Service starting ...

Black historical high school classes share reunion kick-off

Members of the 1965 graduating classes of Booker T. Washington, George Washington Carver, Miami Northwestern and North Dade Senior high schools are all anxiously awaiting their 50th class reunions in 2015. Representatives from historically Black high schools collaborated to plan ...

FIU surprises 100 students with bicycles, gifts

The wait was over. It was time for the biggest gift of them all at Florida International University’s (FIU) children’s holiday celebration held on its main campus last Thursday. After receiving dozens of items ranging from toy cars to laptops, ...

Church celebrates love in Jesus Christ

The Florida East Coast District Superintendent (2012-present) of the Church of God By Faith Inc. (C.O.G.B.F.) is Elder John Robinson III. His wife is Lady Tammy Lynn Robinson. The East Coast District is a branch of the C.O.G.B.F., which consists ...

Read before quoting what 'thus says the Lord'

The Bible teaches us, “Remind your people of these great facts, and command them, in the name of the Lord, not to argue over unimportant things. Such arguments are confusing and useless and even harmful.” (II Timothy 2:14 LB). The ...

Henry Lubin hopes to attend medical school

Henry Lubin, a senior at North Miami Senior High, has been selected as the 5000 Role Models of Excellence Student of the Month for December. Lubinplans to go to college and major in biology to prepare for medical school. He ...

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