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ORLANDO (FBW) – The Florida Bar is recommending dismissal of a complaint against pro-family leader John Stemberger associated with his defense of former Muslim Rifqa Bary, according to a May 19 news release by Stemberger.
PALATKA (FBW)-Ted A. Rodda, Sr., 89, of died May 20, at Flagler Hospital in St. Augustine following an extended illness. He is survived by Lucille Price Rodda of Palatka, his wife of 63 years.
ORLANDO (FBW)—Clayton Cloer, a prominent Florida Baptist pastor, will chair a task force of pastors to investigate the continuation of Bill Bunkley’s advocacy work in Tallahassee, the pastor of First Baptist Church of Central Florida in Orlando confirmed May 19.
May 21 will never be the same again.
This day is not now special because a false prophet’s prediction of the return of Christ was proven (once again) to be wrong.
When some people think of the subject of biblical archaeology, images of Indiana Jones and the Ark of the Covenant fill their minds. While archaeology lacks the drama of a Hollywood movie, biblical archaeology serves as an important corroborating external witness to the reliability of the Bible. In this brief article, I examine the limitations of archaeology, two types of external witness archeology provides for the reliability of the Bible, and two examples of significant archaeological discovers related to the Old and New Testament. ]
Dave Says is a column featuring the financial advice of nationally syndicated radio host Dave Ramsey, the Dave Says column is filled with timely, relevant questions and answers taken from actual calls on Ramsey's radio program, The Dave Ramsey Show.
I and thousands of Prison Fellowship volunteers have been right all along. And the evidence keeps mounting.
OCALA (FBC)–Coping with job loss, juggling bills and cutting costs—many Florida Baptist families today are experiencing unfamiliar economic pressures. Even with such a new economic reality, however, Florida Baptist families can ensure that their personal resources can make an impact for the Kingdom of God in the future.
NAZARETH, Israel (BP)—Flat-roofed houses still dot the Nazareth skyline like they did in Jesus’ time, but these days they’re covered with satellite dishes.
A good bit has changed since Jesus grew up in the Galilean city. But one thing rings true across the years: Christ’s hometown still needs His peace, said Charles Tyson*.