Monthly event anticipated, gives home to residents at Miami Rescue Mission
Local Christian performers ministered to hundreds of homeless men at S.H.E.A.R. Inc.’s (Sharing Hope Empowerment And Reaction) monthly “Giving Back Love Through Entertainment” event on June 14 at Miami Rescue Mission’s Center for Homeless Men. The performances made attendees dance, smile and brought some to tears. A couple of men had asked for prayer while a few others had decided to join Miami Rescue Mission’s discipleship program and make a change in their lives.
Greeks, Alsina stomp the FMU yard
There was love in the air at Florida Memorial University, Feb 13. It was a fitting prelude to Valentine's Day. Students and alumni patiently waited and watched performances during Greek Day of Homecoming, though the weather was a lot colder than normal.
Singer Jonathan Nelson and other Gospel greats worshipped God together
Gospel Artist Jonathan Nelson recorded an album live in front of thousands of worshipers at The Faith Center in Sunrise Friday night. "I'm fearless. Yes, I am brave," chimed about 3,000 people who sang along with Nelson. Nelson's recording of his new album "Fearless" stirred attendees and several Gospel greats to worship God. "I want the title to speak for itself," Nelson said. "I want [listeners] to walk away inspired, encouraged, and I want to ignite something in them to really go after their goals, their dreams, and their passion. I'm hoping all of that was ignited after [the recording]."
Alternative to violent and profane music
"Jesus! Jesus! Jesus!" the audience screamed in between songs. They waved their hands, worshipping and praising God. But they were not at a church service. They were at a Christian Hip Hop concert. On Thursday night, Trip Lee, a nationally known Christian hip-hop artist kicked off his Rise Tour at Central Church Miami, sponsored by Fuzion Promotions. Lee's label mate, rapper KB, was the opening act. Christian hip-hop has not only grown nationally, with big-named Christian
OIC of South FL will host community conference at Signature Grand
The statistics are very alarming. One in every four teenagers is infected with a sexually transmitted disease. Miami is no.1 in the nation of new HIV cases and Broward county is no. 2. Florida’s rates of adolescent sexual activity are higher than comparable national rates for high school students.
Classes help to bring self-discipline and behavioral changes to all students
More than 30 youth, ages four years old and up, attentively listened and responded as their sensei gave orders on last Monday night at their karate class at Athalie Range Park. Dressed in a black karate uniform, known to them as a “gi,” all of the students warmed up cohesively. The group was positioned by levels: the more experienced students, who wore blue and yellow belts, stood in the front and the beginning students, who wore white belts, stood in the back.
Black law officers, safety officials among sponsors
One thousand book bags and other school supplies will be given to Liberty City’s youth at a back to school give away on Aug. 15 between 10a.m.-2p.m. — sponsored by The Progressive Firefighters Association Charities Inc.,
Where the spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom, according to 2 Corinthians 3:17. This was the theme of the “Free in Him” revival and gospel concert, which was held by Allen Chapel AME Church on July 10-12. The event, which was held, not that long after the 4th, acknowledged that Christians have a different kind of freedom, according to Rev. Vensen Ambeau, pastor of Allen Chapel.
Church where community, worship and mission exist
While being confined in a Los Angeles County jail cell, more than 20 years ago, amongst other prisoners who plotted on stripping their neighbors of belongings, money or dignity, Jack Hakimian looked up to the celling and cried out to God. “God, if you're real. Jesus, if you’re real…Please help me,” he shared his testimony on a Christian Broadcasting Network television show.
Children facing homelessness When children go back to school each year, some families have to make a choice between buying food for their homes or backpacks and school supplies for their receive gifts
When children go back to school each year, some families have to make a choice between buying food for their homes or backpacks and school supplies for their children. The backpack giveaway at Dr. Barbara Carey Shuler Manor Apartments — a Carrfour Supportive Housing development that provides affordable housing for residents who were formerly homeless or facing homelessness — will assist some families who are in need on August 10 at 9a.m.-1p.m. At the event, 40-50 bookbags will be given to the complex’s residents.