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Far As the Curse is Found: Rediscovering the Beauty of the Gospel in Christmas Carols

When we sing powerful Christmas songs that declare “God and sinners reconciled,” the “Word of the Father, now in flesh appearing,” and the “dawn of redeeming grace,” the focus of our hearts should not just be emotional sentiment and fond memories from our childhood. The focus should be on the majesty and power of these words which point us to the Baby who was born to die. These Christmas carols scream the heart of the gospel—“I am a great sinner and Christ is a great Savior.” This Christmas, lead your family in rediscovering the beauty of the gospel by mediating on the powerful words of the truly great Christmas carols that speak of extending God’s grace and blessing far as the curse is found.

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Florida, Along With America, Has Spoken!

Floridians, along with other Americans have spoken through the results of the 2014 mid-term election. By voting overwhelmingly for conservative candidates who value life, traditional marriage and religious liberty more than their liberal counterparts, they basically sent the message that, “We reject the extreme policy agenda of Barack Obama and the direction he is leading this country.”

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Former State Senator Ronda Storms of Tampa to be Honored with William Wilberforce Award at the Ninth Annual Policy Awards Dinner

Ronda Storms, a two decade veteran of Florida politics from the Tampa area will be one of many special guests in attendance at the Ninth Annual Policy Awards Dinner of the Florida Family Policy Council (FFPC) to be held on Saturday, October 11, 2014 in Orlando at the Rosen Centre Hotel. Storms is a wife, mother, attorney, educator and faithful public servant.

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