Volunteers at PET Project, Penney Farms, and in Zambia, Africa, put people on the road to a new life.
Lay Leader Russ Graves hopes small groups will spark a movement "to step up to what God called us to be."
Bishop Ken Carter invites you to contribute to a web-based open discussion for defining what it means to "Become Disciples of Jesus Christ in the Florida Conference of The United Methodist Church."
Ministry Expo will emphasize building relationships and discipleship at Annual Conference 2013.
"A Million Reasons" - a year-long Florida Conference mission to pack 1,000,000 meals to fight hunger - will be launched at Annual Conference in June with a Stop Hunger Now meal-packaging event.
Florida UMCs find sewing ministries help those in need and those who need to feel needed.
St. Luke's UMC, founder of a health care ministry that changes lives, takes on a new challenge: poverty.
It's time to sign up for opportunities to get away and get in touch with God and others who worship Him.
Florida United Methodist Children's Home welcomes Becky Dotson from Mississippi. She becomes president and CEO on May 1.
Methodists in Florida and across the world aim to stamp out malaria, a preventable illness that kills hundreds of thousands.
One of the UMC's foremost leaders tells young clergy their biggest mission may be recruiting their replacements.
During our Annual Conference meeting this June, the agenda will include "Telling Our Stories," which will feature conference members telling their stories about how they are becoming disciples of Jesus Christ.
Recruitment, retention and nourishment of young people is critical to the UMC mission.
The LEC is on its way to brighter days with spruced-up lodging and more meeting space.
Bishop Ken Carter shares his vision for Florida's UMC and the upcoming annual conference after visiting churches and ministries in all nine districts.
Three Florida churches find inspiration through different expressions of Jesus' famous example.
A Florida pastor tries a reverse approach to planting a church that will find its way to discipleship.
August 24 - Our email system was compromised again by a social engineering attack.
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