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Michelle Pack

Michelle Pack is the Editor of Palm Beach Christian Voice. She has been writing since her teen years. With a focus on writing, she holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Palm Beach Atlantic University. She also writes for her devotional blog, Living Well. She still enjoys the feel of pen to paper when writing her personal journals. Along with writing, she enjoys serving, beaching, films, coffee, and conversations with her amazing friends. Her day job is a Community Association Manager in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. She lives contently in her peaceful townhome in West Palm Beach, Florida.

No Play, No Pay

On Tuesday, January 2, 2017 US Ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley stated that the United States will cut off funding to the United National Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) which is the Palestinian Refugee Agency aimed at funding Palestinian refugees.

American Israel Public Affairs Committee Holds Annual Meeting 02/08/2018

The American Israel Public Affairs Committee is holding their Annual Event on Thursday, February 8, 2018 at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach, Florida.

Trump Signs Proclamation of Religious Freedom Day

On January 16, 2018, United States President declared said Day as Religious Freedom Day to celebrate the freedom of all faiths that resound in the Citizen of the United States of America.

Christ Fellowship Conference 2018, February 7-8

On February 7-8, 2018, Christ Fellowship Church based in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida is hosting an exclusive conference to equip and empower pastors, ministers and church leaders to bring their churches to the next level in all areas of church life.

Iranian Ironies

On December 28, 2017, thousands of Iranian citizens took to streets, particularly in Israel – who Iran swears to wipe off the face of the map – calling out against a stagnant economy and high cost of living.

By the People

On February 8, 2017 Jeff Sessions resigned as US Attorney General following the investigation on Russian relations. This gave rise to a Senate Seat vacancy for the State of Alabama.