By Lee Strobel
It was the worst news I could get as an atheist: my agnostic wife had decided to become a Christian. Two words shot through my mind. The first was an expletive; the second was “divorce.”
For Christians, getting as close to God as they can is the top priority.
On Wed. Mar. 23, they had the chance to get up close and personal with His word.
Many churches have ministries that support charitable causes and serve the underprivileged. Very few, however, focus on hygiene products for children.
The Apostolic Lighthouse Church of Navarre has been collecting hygiene products since 2010.
Navarre United Methodist Church is used to hosting speakers and the occasional Christian band, but they don’t usually have rising stars in country music stop by.
On Mar. 25, the church’s sanctuary will be the stage for Jessie Ritter.
About 20 miles north of Milton there is an idyllic home where race, age, gender, and ability know no boundaries.
My Father’s Arrows is a distinctly Christian children’s home for hurting children who have been abandoned by everyone else.