Stories of Florida Baptist Churches

New land opens Japanese minds to new life in Christ

Japanese immigrants setting out to start new lives in south Florida may find more than they were expecting. Some may find new life in Christ. “Starting a new life in a new location makes people’s minds open to new things in general,” said Hiro Takaoka, who is seeking to plant

Offering undergirds church planter reaching people ‘falling through the cracks’

Eric Davis and his wife, Marrisa, returned to Wakulla County to plant The Mission in their hometown for “people falling through the cracks--people other churches are not reaching.” It was the last place the 28-year-old thought they would be after leaving the rural county south of Tallahassee to attend classes

Volunteers deployed to Big Bend area after Hermine strikes state

When weather forecasters predicted Hurricane Hermine would bring a tidal surge of about three feet from the Gulf of Mexico’s churning waters, Pastor Alan Ritter thought First Baptist Church of Homosassa would be safe from damage.  But when late-breaking news of the storm suggested a seven-foot tidal surge would hit

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