Freed-Hardeman University replaces a controversial speaker with a conservative spokesman and potential presidential candidate.
George Hall reminds us that we should be touched by the greatest need of all.
Betty Choate remembers indefatigable missionary Ruth Orr.
A man is converted after seeing the church’s love toward his Christian wife, whom he tried to kill because of her faith.
After his baptism he wrote, “Because of my recent decision to follow biblical principles, I wish to communicate that I relinquish the ministry of ‘pastor,’ for I do not have the qualifications to exercise such a ministry.”
Today kicked off a month-long joint effort to write and publish daily prayers on the Internet, called NaPraWriMo, or National Prayer Writing Month.
Ryan had claimed a recent acquaintance started shooting after they arrived home from church.
Elder Lindsey Champion, his wife Joy, and their daughter-in-law Emily were killed in a shooting.
Watch the video of last night’s live panel on “The Christian and Politics,” featuring discussion of the Houston mayor’s broad subpoena of documents from pastors.
A Brazilian evangelist was attacked as he prepared his Sunday lesson at his dining room table.
Missionary Nick Fowler tells what happened outside the church meeting place on the morning of Oct. 12.
A Florida congregation discovered a fire had been set while services were ongoing.
Mike wasn’t afraid to stand against the tide, question assumptions, and challenge traditions. He was committed to the Scriptures and the mission of the Lord Jesus Christ.
The Jenkins Institute made this touching video of preachers who write to themselves on their first day of ministry.
The process of transferring BNC and other Forthright/GoSpeak websites has not been without bumps.
Speaker meets a Hungarian refugee converted through Search TV program.
Hulan, the song leader, apologized three or four times for leading the song. Each time I assured him it was a good thing and not to worry about it. “But I did not want to hurt anyone’s feelings.” he said.
The Sunnyside congregation in Hillsboro worked alongside fellow brothers and sisters in Christ to evangelize on a campaign July 19-31. In the opening of the campaign, the Sunnyside church had 22 active members.