A newly divorced woman, “Anna,” was short on funds and behind on her rent. She was also pregnant.
Even after her baby was born, she had to work three jobs to try and catch up so she wouldn’t be evicted. She needed help, but where could she turn?
It was a rainy Friday night when Jim Brown set up his all-night vigil at St. Sylvester Catholic Church.
What brought him out on such an inclement night was a duty that required his skill and careful attention. Outside in the parking lot sat a large smoker filled with pork shoulders.
This past week marked the official start of summer. After a year of lockdowns and quarantines, local churches offered in-person Vacation Bible Schools.
A large, theater-style backdrop, created by a mother, transformed the platform at First Baptist Church of Navarre (FBCN) into “Destination Dig,” this year’s theme for VBS, which ran in the mornings from June 21-25.
Midway First Assembly of God Church on East Bay Boulevard is now East Bay Church.
On a recent Sunday in a special presentation at the end of the service, lead pastor, Stacy Clearman, his wife Heidi, and the primary church leadership introduced to the congregation the idea of changing the name to East Bay Church.
The Santa Rosa County Zoning Board and residents of Bagdad argued over a variance request to allow an internally illuminated sign in the Historic District of Bagdad at a meeting May 13.
The request was submitted by Bagdad First Assembly of God, located at 4513 Forsyth St. After about 45 minutes of discussion, the board recommended to deny the request.
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