On June 9th, 2012, just outside of Ft Collins, Colorado Lightning struck a single tree on private land around 6:00 in the morning. This fire quickly burned through approximately 136 square miles or more than 87,000 acres. The blaze took over 2000 fire fighters to fight and more than 3800 personnel to support the firefighting efforts at a cost of over $38.4 million.
That moment when you are handed the keys to the first home you’ve ever bought, that you saved up for tirelessly over years of socking away paycheck after paycheck, that you dreamed of so many times, a place of comfort and shelter for you and your family—pure joy and accomplishment flow through your blood.
The Bible based organization, ECHO, is feeding the hungry by training workers to teach sustainable farming practices based on climate and soil type. ECHO has one center in North America located in Ft. Myers, Florida, and others in Africa, Asia and Central America. These are headquarters for teaching missionaries and those who feel called to reduce poverty around the world, but that is not all they do
Even with the vigilant groups surrounding the Collier County School Board’s textbook adoption process, they have managed to bypass the Sunshine Laws and approved a six-million dollar purchase of textbooks containing viewpoints not held in the highest regard according to Godly principles.
The Child Welfare Provider Inclusion Act protects the religious liberties of child welfare service providers, including adoption and foster care agencies. The Act would...
Authors, Lauren Crews and Leslie DeVooght were strangers when they registered for the 2017 Florida Christian Writers Conference in Leesburg, FL. They were assigned as roommates and became quick friends.
Hundreds of pastors and ministry leaders from Palm Beach and Martin County poured into Journey Church, Lake Worth, Florida, this morning for the quarterly meeting of Church United, a movement representing over forty-three churches in Palm Beach County.
Mourning the millions of lives lost to abortion since the January 22, 1973, U.S. Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade, the bishops of Florida remain committed to the promotion of public policies that defend the sanctity of life. The bishops are hopeful that proposals at both the federal and state levels will protect babies in the womb, promote the dignity of parents, and preserve conscience protections for health care workers and taxpayers.
By Nick Crisafi The testosterone was flowing at Christ Fellowship’s Diesel event on October 13, 2016. It flowed just like the complimentary sweet tea that...
On Election Day, Floridians will vote on an amendment to the Florida Constitution that would allow the "use of marijuana for debilitating medical conditions."...