~500 job seekers are expected to attend~ TAMPA, FL – CareerSource Tampa Bay will host our Annual 2019 Job Fair on Tuesday, April 16. The event will run from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Doors open for Veterans at 10 a.m. and the general public will be allowed in starting at 10:30 a.m. The Job Fair will take place at the CareerSource Tampa Bay’s – Tampa Center, located at 9215 North Florida Avenue, Suite 101, Tampa, 33612. There is no cost to attend the event but all candidates must be registered with EmployFlorida.com to finalize any job application. Those attending … Continue reading More than 50 Employers to attend CareerSource Tampa Bay Job Fair
By Pastor Keith Chandler, Journey Christian Church Many of us may feel disappointed with life. Maybe you think, “I’ve got more days behind me than I do before me. I’ve not fulfilled all the dreams I once had for my … Continue reading A Three-Day Story
Samantha Taylor Samantha Taylor Fitness People always ask me what finally made my life turn around with my food issues so I started having victory. Actually, it started after I was binging at a pizza place and the server recognized … Continue reading Your Body, the Temple of God?
Dr. Dan Coflin Pastor, River of Life Church “Then the righteous will answer him, saying, ‘Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty and give you drink? And when did we see you a stranger and … Continue reading What Did the King Say?
James H. Willis, III Founder and President The Willis Agency, Inc 813-948-9109 Jim@TheWillisAgency.com www.TheWillisAgency.com 1 Peter 5:7 What is Biblical Stewardship? How does it have any impact on my life and my money? I’ll share with you my first personal … Continue reading Biblical Stewardship
By Karen McBride Marla Adams, the owner and broker of Flip Side Realty By Design, opened her doors a little over three years ago. What makes her brokerage firm different from others is the vast array of residential services offered. … Continue reading Flip Side Realty By Design
Dr. Robert Norman, Clinical Professor, Dermatology, Nova Southeastern University Grape Vitis rotundifolia (pictured above) The leaves are simple, alternate, deciduous or evergreen, variably shaped depending on species, often 3 main veins with netted interveins. The stems are vine, variable, some … Continue reading The Great Florida Outdoors: Vines
By Grand Master Zico Cheng (7th Degree Black Belt) As one of the oldest martial arts training schools in Tampa Bay, John Prevatt martial arts school teaches fundamental values used in the world of martial arts (respect, integrity, courtesy) while … Continue reading Former Student Now An Instructor: Anthony Chaumont
By Karen McBride Missionaries depend upon the aviation industry in order to fulfill their dreams of spreading God’s word to remote locations throughout the world. Lakeland’s Sun ‘n Fun is the perfect opportunity for missionaries to let aviators know what … Continue reading Aviation Ministry Support Association
By Keith Chandler Journey Christian Church Charles Spurgeon said, “I have learned to kiss the wave that throws me against the Rock of Ages.” The Rock of Ages is a name for God. It reinforces the fact that God is … Continue reading Kiss the Wave
Walking a Prayer Labyrinth is an ancient church practice that offers us a more intentional time with God. It has been said that it is like a short journey of its own. We wind our way through the path that … Continue reading New Prayer Labyrinth Experience
By Karen McBride Samantha Taylor has been helping women in the Tampa Bay area to lead healthier, happier lives for over 25 years. The certified trainer began her career by offering personal training in a large corporate gym, and she … Continue reading Samantha Taylor Fitness is Leading Women to Healthier Lives
By Karen McBride The negative side effects of pharmaceuticals have caused patients to search for more natural forms of treatment. According to the National Center for Complimentary and Integrative Health, people have used cannabis, also called marijuana, for a variety of health conditions for at least 3,000 years. Clinical studies on the use of medical cannabis or medical marijuana began over 20 years ago. More recently, medical marijuana has gained national attention as a growing number of states, territories, and the District of Columbia have enacted laws to legalize it. Medical marijuana has been effective in reducing the symptoms of … Continue reading Obtaining a Medical Cannabis Card
Dr. Robert Norman, Clinical Professor, Dermatology, Nova Southeastern University What are these and what birds eat them? Limpkins (Aramus guarana) feed primarily on apple snails (Pomacea sp.) and freshwater mussels. The limpkin searches visually for snails in clear water, or … Continue reading The Great Florida Outdoors: Limpkins & Apple Snails
James H. Willis, III Founder and President The Willis Agency, Inc 813-948-9109 Jim@TheWillisAgency.com www.TheWillisAgency.com 1 Peter 5:7 The short answer is yes! Even Jesus speaks about taxes directly, reference Luke 20:25: “He said to them, ‘Then give back to Caesar … Continue reading Is There A Biblical Basis for Taxes?
By Karen McBride As the new year begins, it can mean new after school activities and summer programs. If you have not already scheduled your child’s school physical or sports physical, it is not too late. Don’t wait until the end of the school year to schedule your child’s physical for any summer programs he or she may be involved in. Contact Dr. Michele Johnson-Towson at Pediatric Place of Tampa, a board-certified pediatrician with 30 years of experience in caring for children ages newborn to 21 years old. The cold and flu season is here. Flu season peaks from December … Continue reading Pediatric Place of Tampa Offers After-Hours/Urgent Care
Samantha Taylor Samantha Taylor Fitness One day I was working at the large corporate gym I used to train at before I opened my own studios for women and I was watching all the different people coming in that were … Continue reading Building Healthy Habits
Submitted by National Episcopal Church Women Staff Writer John Wilkerson This coming March, Karen Patterson from Dade City, FL, will attend the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (UNCSW). She will travel to New York for the March … Continue reading Florida Woman to Attend the United Nations Council on Status of Women
Dr. Douglas Wingate, Ph.D. Life Christian University Every Christian has a divine purpose on the Earth that the Lord has positioned them to fulfill. We must keep in mind, however, that life on this Earth is not really about life … Continue reading Pushing Back Against The Devil’s Opposition
By Grand Master Zico Cheng (7th Degree Black Belt) John Prevatt Karate, 1916 Oak Grove Blvd., Lutz (813) 948-4004 A senior citizen, Ms. Kyoko Wright has earned her black belt title at John Prevatt Karate-Lutz. I met Kyoko 16+ years ago while her son was practicing Tae Kwon Do. Her enthusiasm toward fitness later directed her to kickboxing, the regimen she follows to date. Several years ago, Kyoko and other women in my kickboxing class showed some interest in Tae Kwon Do training under my guidance. I encouraged them to start training as a group and eventually earn their black … Continue reading It’s Never Too Late to Become a Black Belt