This topic has the potential to be divisive when you’re talking about religion, and when you add a political overtone sometimes it has the potential for fireworks. Rather than turning this into a debate of opinion about who is right … Continue reading Should Christians Vote?
It’s the last quarter of 2020. Woah, that is hard to admit! I know we all had such different plans for this year, we are still in shock. But here we are, as a community, as a “team” and it’s … Continue reading Have you Lost your “Mojo” during this Difficult Time in Life?
Hi my name is Harley, and today we’re going to talk about Oasis Pregnancy Care Center. As you already know, this year is Covid-19 so I was not able to have a very big birthday party. Every year at my … Continue reading Kid’s Corner: Oasis Pregnancy Center
James H. Willis, III **COVID-19 SPECIAL – $10 DURING SEPT. For 2020, we are doing a 12-month summary of my book. It is filled with unbelievable personal stories of conflict from family fights, divorces, and personal insecurities to living in … Continue reading How On Earth Did I Get Here?
Florida Streams and Rivers By Dr. Robert Norman, Clinical Professor, Dermatology, Nova Southeastern University Florida has over 12,000 miles of streams and rivers. In addition, Florida has more than 750 springs, including 33 first magnitude springs, a greater number than … Continue reading The Great Florida Outdoors
Pasco County Tax Collector Mike Fasano’s five offices will be collecting donations in September to assist Sunrise of Pasco County’s Domestic & Sexual Violence Center. The mission of Sunrise of Pasco County’s Domestic & Sexual Violence Center is to prevent … Continue reading Sunrise of Pasco – Domestic & Sexual Violence Center Will be Pasco Tax Collector’s September Charity of the Month
Submitted by Michelle Spreadbury, Executive Assistant to Chief Deputy Jeffrey Harrington, Pasco Sheriff’s Office Hurricane season is officially here. Although the county has focused on the COVID-19 pandemic, it is crucial to prepare for other disasters. The Pasco Sheriff’s Office encourages citizens to plan ahead for hurricane season. Preparing today can save lives and protect your property during a storm. A crucial first step is to make sure you have a hurricane supply kit. Your kit should include water, non-perishable food, batteries, toiletries, first-aid supplies, medications, cash and fuel. It is important to remember pet supplies, as well. It is … Continue reading Hurricane Preparedness
As we enter the peak time of year for hurricane development, the American Red Cross of Central Florida is seeking volunteers to assist during this year’s active season in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. In early August, the Red Cross prepared for Tropical Storm Isaias (which became a hurricane) that moved up the east coast of Florida as the ninth named storm of the season—the earliest on record. Now, forecasters are keeping an eye on two tropical disturbances moving westward across the Atlantic, which currently have a 60% and 90% chance of development in the next five days “In … Continue reading Red Cross Recruiting Local Volunteers
THE MIRACLE REPORT OF THE LORD “Your daughter has only 24-48 hours to live.” This was the report the doctors gave Edward on Wednesday evening. His daughter was in a coma and could not breathe. But LCU graduate Pastor Gilberto Rodriguez received a far different report in prayer – the Miracle Report of the Lord. At the Lord’s instructions, he typed out these “doctor’s notes from heaven,” which were complete with times for specific milestones of healing, such as “By 11:00, she will open her eyes” and “By Tuesday morning, she will be released from the hospital.” Pastor Gilberto and … Continue reading Life Christian University – Healing Prayers!
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MIRACLE AT MCDONALD’S LCU grads pray and see a woman’s sight instantly restored… right in front of the Dollar Menu! They then preach to everyone in the restaurant. God is all over that McDonalds! The woman’s husband is touched by the Lord and gives his life to Jesus! Click here to watch & read the whole story: https://lcus.edu/a-miracle-at-mcdonalds/ Continue reading Life Christian University – Healing Prayers!
1. Start by sauteing ½ lb. of ground lamb or your meat of choice with chopped garlic. 2. Add 2 cups of the spinach, kale, morninga leaves, and ½ teaspoon of dried thyme, then cover pan for 3 minutes on … Continue reading A Recipe from Kay’s Kitchen: Spinach, Kale, Moringa & Goat Cheese Frittata
I use my Magic Bullet or Nutribullet for blending. Some days I feel like fruit: ½ banana, 2 strawberries, a handful of blueberries, 4 oz. Of orange juice, and 8 oz. of almond milk. Some days I feel like veggies: 4 slices of cucumber, half a stick of celery, and half an avocado and fill with high-alkaline water. Place one of the above in bullet container and add 2 tablespoons of whey protein powder and 1 teaspoon of Moringa powder. This provides lots of nutrients & gives me added energy for my day. Continue reading Kay’s Protein Smoothie
Extreme weather can damage and kill this remarkable species. Every part of this tree can be used for the health and nourishment of humans and domestic animals: the leaves, the flowers, the roots, and bark all have nutritional properties. Additionally, … Continue reading The Moringa Oleifera—The Tree of Life!
Some people think if you have a Bible the devil is going to run, or when he sees a church he goes in the other direction. No, the devil is not afraid of church. He just wants God’s position, to … Continue reading When the Devil Goes to Church
Hi, my name is Harley, and today we’re going to talk about the National Bible Bee. It is a thing where you learn Bible verses. It’s a national competition. It is where you play games and have quizzes and memorize … Continue reading Kid’s Corner: The Bible Bee
Dr. Robert Norman, Clinical Professor, Dermatology, Nova Southeastern University I recently spent a few days at Colt Creek State Park exploring part of its more than 5,000 acres of native Central Florida habitat. Before I include a few observations, I … Continue reading The Great Florida Outdoors Colt Creek
By Brittany Cravatta At the start of 2020, no one would’ve guessed that any of us would be in these circumstances. But, God has a strange way of trying to show us how to look out for one another, stop … Continue reading Five (Good) Reasons Why We Should Wear Masks