Rev. Sue Haupert-Johnson will preach two days on "Day1."
Family Promise of Greater Brandon taps houses of worship to help homeless families get back on their feet.
New research shows the number of Americans who don't identify with church is higher than previously thought.
As Florida increasingly attracts people from foreign lands, Methodists help them secure their future with language skills.
New church plants are less about building sanctuaries and more about helping people find sanctuary together.
John and Sharon Harbottle are helping Haitians develop leadership in health care and Christian education.
Methodists are free to celebrate Halloween as they choose, and local churches offer plenty of choices.
The event Jan. 16-17 in Daytona aims to forge relationships among age groups through mission.
Average seminary debt for Methodist graduates tops $49,000.
Florida Conference churches take different approaches in reaching out to those flying solo.
Global Ministries will match gifts and offer a special award to the conference that raises the most that day through The Advance.
The church photos you post online say something about your congregation. Make sure it's a welcoming message.
"Divine Healing" will be the theme for United Theological Seminary's annual church renewal event.
After nearly 40 years of helping ex-offenders adjust to life outside prison, Russo Ministries readies to expand.
Nominations begin soon for delegates to be elected in June for 2016 general and jurisdictional conferences.
Be with us, Lord, as we strive to be a light and a beacon from you to the world.
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