Everything we do or don’t do is a lesson for our children. They learn by modeling our behaviors after observing them with their active and developing minds. As we focus on the way things need to be in order for our children to be the most successful, we will begin creating those opportunities where we will be able to benefit now and later, even if that requires sacrifice. When we recognize the part we play collectively in the observance of laws, and act based upon what we need for our benefit, we will be able to control our future. […]
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Broward needs boat captains to volunteer their boats, time and talent to host Little Brothers and Little Sisters and their Bigs at the mentoring organization’s 41st Annual Fishing Tournament presented by Moss Construction. The event will take place from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on August 14 at Bahia Mar Marina. […]
In 2011, Ethiopia announced to build a hydroelectric dam on its Abbay River, known to outsiders as the Blue Nile or Nile River.
The dam was named the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) because it was designed to bring about the economic and renewal of Ethiopia, a nation mentioned in Genesis 2:13 as the Land in which the River Ghion (or Nile) flows.
The GERD will be the largest hydropower dam in Africa and when completed it is expected to generate more than 5,000 MW installed power generation capacity and will have more than two times the capacity of Hoover Dam. […]
Jermell Charlo wobbled Brian Castaño in the first round and chased the staggered Argentine around the ring on Saturday night, but he was unable to deliver the knockout blow. Castaño returned with power in the […]
In the lead-up to the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics, two former gymnasts and survivors of sexual abuse are opening up about their experiences and calling out the institutions they say were complicit in the scandal […]