Advocates Wake Up World Bank HQ with Free Coffee

    The World Bank classifies nations where people earn $2.73 per day or more as middle-income countries (MICs), even though this arbitrary claim is entirely out of touch with reality. Few people would be able to survive, let alone have any income for shelter and healthcare on such a meager budget – roughly the cost of a cup of coffee in a wealthy country. […]

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Construction of Quiet Zone Completed along FEC Railway in Fort Lauderdale and Broward County

It’s about to get a whole lot quieter in Fort Lauderdale! The City received outstanding news regarding the Brightline (Virgin Trains USA) quiet zone, an initiative designed to eliminate the use of train horns along the Florida East Coast Railway (FEC) corridor in Broward County.  Late yesterday, the Broward Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) informed the City that construction work on the quiet zone has been completed. […]

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Homeiletics in Service: Retired pastor serves a different ‘congregation’ on Easter – Memphis’ homeless

     During Holy Week, I was excited about the choices I had to worship in celebrating the resurrection of our Lord Jesus the Christ. For the first time in my ministry, I did not have a waiting congregation to hear of the victory of Resurrection Morning. I retired from pastoring in 2018 and now I am free to worship wherever the Holy Spirit leads me. […]