The Crossing Church Celebrates New Believers with Baptism Blowout

By Bonnie Mentel The Crossing Church, led by Pastor Greg Dumas, has one vision with multiple locations in the Tampa area. Their newer, satellite location...

The Crossing Church Celebrates Jesus’ Resurrection

The Easter celebration is the most important festival on the Christian calendar and actually includes an entire week that culminates with resurrection Sunday. Like all...

Hot Off The Christian News Wire: March 2018

Is God On Facebook? CBS Hopes So, In Possible New Show An atheist sends a friend request to ‘God’ on Facebook and God accepts. This...

Riverview Chamber of Commerce President Ships Medical Supplies Worldwide

By Bonnie Mentel Retired physician and newly nominated Riverview Chamber of Commerce President, Bryan Thatcher, travels the world to promote his ministry, Eucharistic Apostles...

PROtentional Sports Summer Camps Focus On Character Development

By Amanda Boston The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends children and adolescents do 60 minutes or more of physical activity each day....

Hooked On Christian Books: Being Real On Mother’s Day

With a healthy dose of honesty, I have to confess that Mother’s Day was sometimes a difficult day for me. I spent a too...

Boy Scout Troop 665 Honors Two Eagle Scouts

Jacob Jeffery Brumbeloe and Michael Brandon Babinec are Boy Scout Troop 665’s newest Eagle Scouts. They were recently honored at a Court of Honor...

Valerie Storms Offers Spiritual Support To Patients, Families & Staff

By Kathy L. Collins Valerie Storms, daughter of long time area residents Alice and Nat Storms, is the Manager of Chaplaincy Care at H. Lee...

Mission Trip Brings Local Awareness

When you hear “mission trip” what comes to mind? For many, a mission trip conjures up visions of missionaries serving in far-off countries with...

First Baptist Of Riverview Celebrates 125 Years, Looks Forward To Future

A lot has changed since what is now called First Baptist Church of Riverview held its first service in 1893, but one thing that...