Jessica Pigg

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Florida pastor uses cancer treatment as Gospel-sharing opportunity

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (BP) – Six-hour sessions of chemotherapy, four dozen radiation appointments and countless medical procedures. This has been Larry Brister’s new normal for two years.

Lightning strike claims teen’s life, sparks revival

PALATKA, Fla. (BP) – One lightning strike that claimed the life of a beloved teen girl has sparked a spiritual revival throughout an entire community in northeast Florida.

FBC Horseshoe Beach serves as ‘lighthouse’ amid hurricane devastation

HORSESHOE BEACH, Fla. (BP) – Known as a laid-back, friendly fishing village, the quaint community of Horseshoe Beach found itself directly in the path of Hurricane Idalia’s 125mph winds and 10-foot storm surge. The catastrophic devastation has left the fishing and boating community in pieces.

Pastor launches new ministry in wake of cancer fight

VALRICO, Fla. (BP) – For almost 30 years, Shannon Eads has been running the race with endurance serving in churches, supporting struggling churches in associations, and working as a Florida Church Partner with Lifeway Christian Resources.

FIRST-PERSON: Your God-given influence

Don't be consumed by measuring your influence, Jessica Pigg writes. "If your focus is always on the 'bigger and better' … chances are you will miss the blessings that occur in your normal everyday life. Serve, love and make much of God and the person standing right in front of you," she counsels.

FIRST-PERSON: Modesty – beyond the fig leaves

"Modesty isn't a list of rules; it is a reflection of our hearts," Jessica Pigg notes. Modesty may be an out-of-style word that makes people cringe, she writes. But: Dressing modestly "acknowledges the beauty and power of femininity. It doesn't mean you're ashamed of your body. Modesty is simply valuing what has value."

FIRST-PERSON: Staying spiritually hungry in 2016

Jessica Pigg narrows her 2016 resolutions to one that is "made for the Lord," one that will "change my own life [and] the lives of those around me" -- "to be in the Word of God every single day and to hide truth in my heart."

FIRST-PERSON: Why did I sign up for this?

Jessica Pigg conveys biblical answers to a question pastor's wives sometimes ask themselves: Why did I sign up for this? "If we were all honest with ourselves, we would say that at some point or another, we have asked the 'why' questions in ministry," she writes.