Simpson St. Fort, who is retired from the Navy, selflessly gave of his time and talents to volunteer on the Navy hospital ship the USNS Comfort to translate for earthquake victims being treated by the Red Cross. He went to sea, leaving his family and ended up showing Christ's love in a powerful way. Here he is in a video sharing the joy of re-uniting children with their displaced parents.
1 Corinthians 12:26-27 - “If one part is honored, every part rejoices with it. Now you are the body of Christ, and each one of you is a part of it.”
Throughout our fellowship of churches there is an exciting new wave of missionary zeal rising as more and more U.S. churches are being planned and planted.
2,119 people worshipped together to conclude the 2009 Florida Discipleship Conference. The preaching challenged disciples to “Remember the Lord” so we can move forward with building God’s church.
It seems hard to believe that we are only in our fourth week of our School of Missions! Already so much has been taught, learned, and shared. Several months ago John Porter proposed to the South Florida Church of Christ and to the Florida Missions Council (FMC) that we begin a School of Missions.
Beaches, fast cars, and now -- Jesus Christ! The South Florida Church of Christ is very excited to announce plans to plant a church in Daytona Beach, Florida. The mission team will be sent out to rescue lost souls in the fall of 2009.
God blessed all six regions of the the South Florida Church of Christ with growth in 2008 -- especially in the campus and youth and family ministries. ICOCHotNews interviews John & Barbara Porter about the church, the new ministry training school in South America and the brand new resource website for Youth and Family Ministry: www.liveit2giveit.org
Following a year-long battle with knee injuries, Ian Scott returns to the National Football League. The Gainesville native and former Gator heads to the west coast to play for the San Diego Chargers.