GENERAL QUESTIONS When did the Governor’s Executive Order take effect? How long does it last? The Governor’s Executive Order takes effect Monday, May 4, 2020 at...
TALLAHASSEE – The bishops of Florida commend our state legislature for passing, with bipartisan support, legislation that ensures a parent provides consent before a...
Craig Springer was the keynote speaker on January 22, 2020, for the community of pastors and ministry leaders who gather quarterly for Church United. Today's meeting was hosted by Family Church, Downtown.
History appears to be repeating itself in Florida, and we need to be in prayer for the land that God has entrusted us with.
There is no country like America and..Americans are good at doing the "church thing" but we lack one key component: living it out and knowing how to make people fishers of men.
Hurricane Dorian is a tropical cyclone that just impacted the Bahamas in a devastating way. Also threatening the Southeastern United States coastline causing a...
Three years ago, Andrea visited an orphanage through the non-profit organization, Children to Love (CTL), which was founded by people from her childhood church in Southern California. Her life, after visiting this orphanage, has never been the same.
On March 18 Gov. DeSantis signed into law a bill repealing the ban on smokable medical marijuana. Informed citizens need to understand what this new law does and does not authorize as well as for what medical marijuana is used.
While spring break and springing forward are familiar events to Floridians, the governmental process may be a bit of a mystery to them. Now is the time to shed some light on how the state’s legislative process works.
In a joint statement, Florida’s Catholic bishops continued an annual tradition of recognizing the Jan. 22, 1973, U.S. Supreme Court decision in Roe v. Wade. Catholic dioceses in the United States designate Jan. 22 as a “Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children”.