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One congregation in São Paulo state shows that it understands biblical teaching about the church.
Lance Mosher’s first person account of his conversion adds to the positive literature of this genre as a means of sharing the gospel. Do we have a 21st-Century trend?
The editor shares his perspective on the idea of culture as a prime tool for progressives in the church.
Dr. Bill Bagents notes progress at the school, baptisms by alumni, teaching by faculty.
It’s not worth the money to see, says this reviewer. You’ll be disappointed, from several standpoints.
Michael Hildreth coordinates typhoon relief funds and supplies on the eastern island of Samar.
Chris Clevenger explains the decision to live out of a mini-bus.
Four students attempted a house robbery, one was shot and killed by the homeowners, other three to be charged with murder, say police.
Faithful brethren respond to a Nashville-area progressive church that recently put a woman in the pulpit.
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.
Elvis East celebrated her 90th birthday Oct. 28.
Elder Lindsey Champion, his wife Joy, and their daughter-in-law Emily were killed in a shooting.
A Brazilian evangelist was attacked as he prepared his Sunday lesson at his dining room table.