Like most of the surrounding area, First Baptist Church Madison, Florida, was without electricity for a few days in the wake of Hurricane Idalia, but it didn’t stop its members from preparing and serving hundreds of meals each day.
“Southern Baptists have been so good to us,” said Robin Hoffman, a Florida Baptist who is among those helping her community recover from Hurricane Idalia. “They have made it bearable because we know help is on the way. We’re not alone.”
“We have been communicating with churches in Perry, Cross City, Live Oak and others where public feeding and cleanup efforts will be taking place,” said David Coggins, Florida Baptist Disaster Relief director.
Pastor Jongha Park planned to retire, but God seemed to have other plans. Park had been in ministry since 1996, serving as pastor at a
What can a church do when it desires to reach its local community but isn’t sure where to start? That’s the question Steven Ruff, who
After more than 32 years serving as president of the Baptist College of Florida, where he “influenced multiple generations of pastors and church leaders,” Thomas A.
The seven-person team from First Baptist Church Crestview, Florida, traveled on “rough roads, through mud and rocks” in a recent missions trip to Honduras. “But that
Three churches on one campus, reaching three distinct people groups, is a glimpse of God’s work at its finest, noted Scott Markley, lead pastor of
Jared Mitcham believes that most people have the wrong impression of missionaries. Rather than seeing missionaries as regular people following God’s call on their lives,
When new students arrive at the University of Florida each fall, Eddie Gilley and student leaders from Baptist Collegiate Ministries are eager to help them get