March 2021 marked the 20th Anniversary of the Dunndeal Gazette Publications! This paper has gifted the Tampa Bay area with Christian education and placed God’s Word in print media for 20 years! It all started with the two very different … Continue reading The 20th Anniversary of God’s Word in Print Media
Every March 17th, millions of people all over the world put on their best green attire to celebrate in honor of St. Patrick’s Day. But who was St. Patrick? To start with, St. Patrick wasn’t even Irish, and his real … Continue reading All About St. Patrick
Samantha Taylor, Samantha Taylor Fitness When I started my Personal Training business for women 21 years ago in this area, I was looking for a way to get my name out there. I was working out of a large gym at the time, and I wanted to inspire women to train with me so they could get the results they were looking for. I honestly remember having the conversation with my husband and wondering if we should spend the money because at that time, I was just starting so I didn’t have many resources. I knew something within me was … Continue reading Thank God For This Paper
Dr. Dan Coflin I just returned from the eye clinic, and after having my eyes evaluated, I discovered that my eyeglasses were not working as well as they should and some corrections were needed. We all know how important it … Continue reading How is Your Vision?
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Hi! My name is Harley and today we are going to talk about ancient Egyptians. To give you a backstory, my school has Enrichment Days on Fridays. Last Friday, our book was The Giraffe that Walked to Paris, and the … Continue reading Kidz Korner March Article – Egyptians
Submitted by Dr. Rob Norman What is your first memory of books? During the summer as a child, the bookmobile stopped each week a couple blocks away from my house. I remember the smell of the book’s interior, as if it was palpable and I could slice a piece of it. Books gave me a chance to live others lives, to go on wild and wonderful adventures in my mind and explore the uncharted universe. The fact that book reading levels have increased is because reading is essential. Books are complex, informative, and entertaining. They improve our imagination, give us … Continue reading The Power of Books
7 Good Bible Verses for Our Government and Politicians to Reflect On What does the Bible say about America’s responsibility for choosing men among you to govern over you? Acts 6:3: “Brothers and sisters, choose seven men from among you … Continue reading Absolute Truth
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There’s no doubt that Valentine’s Day is one of America’s most popular days. More than 62% of Americans celebrate by sending greeting cards, flowers, candy, jewelry, or by enjoying a romantic dinner. But the origin of Valentine’s Day is surprising. … Continue reading Valentine’s Day—One of America’s Most Popular Days
By Larry Randolph Can you imagine? Can you imagine taking your dog to visit a 911 facility and bringing joy and peace to these operators that are under great stress? Can you imagine your dog bringing joy and peace to … Continue reading Canines for Christ Bringing Joy and Peace to People
By Dr. Dan Coflin, Pastor River of Life Church I am amazed at the many different things people collect. From baseball cards to bugs and feathers, antique clocks, glassware, and toys, you name it, and somebody somewhere has a collection. … Continue reading What Kind of Things Do You Like to Collect?
My name is Harley and today we are going to talk about an animal called a tardigrade. It can live basically anywhere. They are only about one and a half millimeters long (a teensy bit more than the thickness of … Continue reading What Is A Tardigrade? KIDZ CORNER 🙋🏻♀
Tax Collector Mike Fasano & Staff Raise $8,727.38 for the Pasco Fallen Law Enforcement Officers Memorial At the check presentation held in December 2020 Tax Collector Mike Fasano and members of the Pasco Sheriff’s Office were joined by Bob George … Continue reading Pasco Fallen Law Enforcement Officers Memorial
The past year has been more challenging than most. Although the pandemic has changed the way we live our lives, it has not stopped human traffickers from exploiting people for profit. January was Human Trafficking Awareness Month and the Pasco Sheriff’s Office remains committed to ending human trafficking. Simply put, human traffickers take advantage of vulnerable people and use force, fraud, or coercion to compel them into commercial labor trafficking, sex trafficking, or involuntary servitude. Human trafficking is the fastest growing and third largest criminal enterprise in the world. According to the Florida Dream Center, an estimated 21 million children, … Continue reading Human Trafficking Awareness
When I was hiking recently near Lettuce Lake Park, I came across this fine creature: What I found most fascinating was that it was walking along, not hopping, and feeding and exploring on the ground. At least at that moment … Continue reading The Great Florida Outdoors
When I started my Personal Training business for women 21 years ago in this area, I was looking for a way to get my name out there. I was working out of a large gym at the time, and I … Continue reading Thank God For This Paper
By Karen McBride Vilma Burgos and her family were enjoying a day at the beach on Honeymoon Island. The wind picked up as an unexpected storm began to circulate offshore on that Fourth of July day. Vilma began packing up the car as it was imminent that the storm was approaching quickly as often happens in Florida. Her son, Oscar and his wife, Betty, remained at the blanket gathering their children’s toys and packing up the remainder of the beach items. A woman and her 2-month-old baby were sitting nearby. Suddenly a gust of wind carried away the umbrella she … Continue reading No Good Deed Goes Unnoticed by God