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Jul 12, 2022

Navarre First Assembly offers ‘Day of Hope’

In the Bible, food is often used to display the teachings of Christ and show people the power of God.

While they cannot turn water into wine or turn five loaves and a few fish into a feast worthy of 5,000 people, Navarre First Assembly of God is looking to make an impact with food in their own way during the ‘Day of Hope’ on August 6.


Jul 5, 2022

Local pastors promote “An Everlasting Love”

Marriage is one of the biggest and oldest institutions in the world. The union between two people has been and is still celebrated amongst nearly every society in the world.

While marriage can be a joyful and wonderful endeavor, it can also have its challenges and that is where the New Life Deliverance Temple Church Marriage and Singles Conference comes in.


Jun 28, 2022

From joy to anger, faith leaders react to Roe’s reversal

Religious Americans are deeply divided in their views on abortion, and reactions from faith leaders ranged from elation to anger after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 decision that made abortion legal nationwide.

Jun 21, 2022

Community Life celebrates recovery

On Monday nights at the Community Life Church in Gulf Breeze, you can find a group of people trying to get through some of life’s most difficult times with the love and support of their peers, as well as Jesus.

The group is known as Celebrate Recovery, which is part of a larger national network of addiction and recovery focused ministries.


Jun 15, 2022

Fatherhood through faith

Every year, Father’s Day provides people with an opportunity to think about the impact of their fathers on their lives.

This year, Father’s Day will take place on Sunday, June 19. Many people will be going to church that morning with their families before going to celebrate the father figures in their life.


Jun 7, 2022

Risen Savior Lutheran continues focus onconnecting Christ to families with special needs

On June 2, Rev. Craig Born of Risen Savior Lutheran Church brought out maracas and celebrated Jesus Christ’s message with a subset of the population that often gets left out of traditional church services, those with cognitive or learning disabilities.

May 31, 2022

Navarre United Methodist brings ‘Christian presence’ to emergency response

When it comes to helping those less fortunate, churches have always been willing to give, whether it be through a soup kitchen or through community service.

For Navarre United Methodist Church, serving their community means helping people pick up the pieces after disaster strikes.


May 24, 2022

Christian reggae band to play Coastline – Gulf Breeze

Worship music has long been a part of the history of the Christian church, but most people are probably not aware of the diversity of musical genres and bands that promote God’s Word.

Many people listen to Christian Contemporary music like Casting Crowns or Lauren Daigle, which fall into categories like rock and pop.


May 17, 2022

First Baptist Church of Navarre helps seniors find J.O.Y. in aging

At most churches, the elders play a significant role. First Baptist Church of Navarre is no exception.

The Senior Adult Ministry, which is also known as Just Older Youth, is one of several ministries that First Baptist Church has.


May 10, 2022

Momentum Church YTH group goes wild!

Most people associate church with sitting in pews and listening to a sermon and maybe some worship music thrown in.

But Momentum’s youth group likes to do things differently every once in a while.