Change is hard. A time of transition for a church can be a tumultuous time and may even lead to a fracturing of the congregation.
According to Christianity Today, there are several ways to make a smoother transition, one of which is by getting people involved.
Beginning Monday, Sept. 12, Navarre United Methodist Church will be hosting a special course for combat veterans.
Reboot Combat Recovery is a faith-based, peer-led program that seeks to help heal trauma experienced by those who have experienced combat.
A Navarre area ministry is looking for a new location to use in their mission. Grace’s Place is a nonprofit that helps provide healing and a stable living arrangement for single, adult women who have experienced sexual trauma.
The necessity for the move stems from an arrangement the ministry had with the owner of the house they have rented in Navarre since January 2021.
A new 24/7 religious radio station based out of Navarre launched Aug. 1 online and on the IHeartRadio app. The radio program is part of Igniting a Nation, a network which has had a television program based in the Birmingham, Alabama area.
According to its website, Igniting a Nation is a non-profit ministry devoted to teaching, equipping, and connecting the dots of scripture for those who are hungry to deepen their relationship with God.
According to the American Cancer Society, breast cancer is the most common cancer in women in the US, except for skin cancer.
Each October, various groups and people promote breast cancer awareness, but breast cancer, as well as other cancers, can develop at any time of the year. Cancer, despite being so widespread, is a deeply personal battle and for Skip and Teresa Orth, their battle has just begun.
Every church tries to get the message and Word of God out to congregants and the public, but Coastline Calvary Chapel of Gulf Breeze is doing that in a less conventional way.
In 2017, the church started a radio station.
It is not unusual to hear classical or spiritual music in a church around here, but it is unusual when the people performing that music hail from Europe, and more specifically, France.
On July 23, St. Sylvester’s Catholic Church in Navarre will play host to Les Moineaux French Boys Choir for a concert at 7 p.m. The event is free to attend.
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.
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.