Africa University and a new young adult mission program will benefit from giving at Annual Conference 2014.
The annual trek to Tallahassee is scheduled for April 6-8.
Morning commuters don't have to leave their cars to receive the Ash Wednesday blessing.
The college fund continues the work of Methodists who founded the Freedmen's Aid Society.
The "A Million Reasons" campaign will exceed its goal of packaging one million meals by AC 2014.
Bahamas Habitat connects those blessed with transportation options with people who desperately need their help.
Catch up on progress at this retreat for grieving veterans and their families.
Exhibits commemorate early American preacher Harry Hosier, who traveled with Francis Asbury.
Rev. Pam Cahoon's 35-year ministry to disadvantaged families is recognized locally and nationally.
Bishop Ken Carter shares his letter to Gov. Rick Scott regarding Florida's "Stand Your Ground" laws.
The mission field is the driving factor behind appointments, as Florida Conference leaders meet and pray over clergy appointments.
More than 45,000 women of faith, online and in person, take part in a conference tackling social justice issues.
Technology meets theology, as a North Carolina seminary prepares to study human-to-machine relationships.
The Florida Conference is accepting applications for minigrants up to $3,000 from an Alice Lockmiller trust fund.
United Methodist churches put the spotlight on marriage and commitment for Valentine's Day.
Technically, even Adam and Eve had an arranged marriage.
Chaplains, who help others grieve, learn to cope with the stress that comes with the job.
Church leaders say embracing the local community is key to recruiting disciples of Christ.
Volunteer tutoring lifts the spirit and self-esteem of disadvantaged children.
Three Florida Conference churches help feed those in need during Backyard Citrus Drive.
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