The coronavirus is forcing public schools to rethink how they will educate students this fall which, in turn, is forcing churches to rethink how they will minister to neighborhood schools. “We’re having to find ways to think outside the box,”…
“In addition to the tremendous loss of physical structures are the heavy tolls on family life.”
The 2018 hurricane season, which officially ends today, unleashed yet another barrage of terrifying and destructive weather that left huge swaths of the nation soaked, flattened – or both. And as usual, it is those with the fewest resources who have been left with the biggest obstacles to overcome.
Denizens of the Gulf Coast are known as much for their healthy respect for hurricanes as they are for their disdain for evacuating them. Hurricane Michael has destroyed that attitude. “From now on they only have to say there is…
As it awaits the green light to assess and send teams, CBF Florida has been busy contacting friends and family members who have connections in the areas hit hardest by Hurricane Michael.
Cooperative Baptist Fellowship representatives joined other faith leaders April 17 protesting the annual conference of the trade association representing the payday lending industry this week at the Trump National Resort in Doral in Miami.
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It wasn’t until the early 1950s that tropical storms and hurricanes were given short, easily remembered names to cut down on confusion when multiple storms were churning at the same time.