Author Roy Davison

Roy Davison devotes himself to the gospel in Belgium, as well as being a part-time translator. He is the creator of the Old Paths websites (http://oldpaths.com).

Saints worship under tree after fleeing Pajok violence

Ngomoromo, Uganda, BNC – On April 16th, the first Sunday after this group of Christians was forced to flee to Uganda from the war zone in Pajok, South Sudan, they met under a tree for worship. Roy DavisonRoy Davison devotes… Continue Reading →

Pray for Saints in South Sudan!

South Sudan, Pajok – On Monday, April 3rd, the town of Pajok in South Sudan was attacked by soldiers who blocked the exits from the town and killed residents indiscriminately. Since South Sudan became a sovereign state on July 9, 2011… Continue Reading →

Do not sell your birthright!

Oklahoma City, OK  (BNC) – As a warning to other congregations, I recently published a history of the (Quail) Springs Church of Christ in Oklahoma City, showing how they were led astray. Their leaders were influenced by church-growth methods coming from… Continue Reading →

Online history of Quail Springs church

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – A history of the Quail Springs Church of Christ has been placed online at www.quailspringschurchofchrist.com by Roy Davison, long-time missionary to Belgium and publisher of the Old Paths Archive. The history traces the changes that have… Continue Reading →

LST’s association with instrumental churches

HURST, Texas (BNC)  – “Let’s Start Talking” was begun as a ministry by Mark and Sherrylee Woodward in 1981. The idea was to make contacts and give Bible instruction by offering people in other countries the opportunity to learn English… Continue Reading →

J. Lee Roberts leaves a rich heritage

LUBBOCK, TX (BNC). At the age of 90, J. Lee Roberts, former missionary to Belgium and Professor Emeritus of Lubbock Christian University, passed away at Lubbock, Texas on May 6, 2016. J. Lee and Margaret Roberts were missionaries at Liege,… Continue Reading →

Dedicated to God and Learning

CHENNAI, India (BNC) — The R. Sevya Nayak family are dedicated to the Lord and to learning. The four children are all first in their class at school. Like most children in India, they sit on the floor to study…. Continue Reading →

150 Attend Four Seas Lectureship

  SINGAPORE (BNc) — From 25 to 28 November 2015 more than 150 attended the 8th annual Four Seas Lectureship of the Four Seas College of Bible and Missions. Those present on the last day are pictured above. Lectures were held… Continue Reading →

Christians lose belongings in flood

CHENNAI, India (BNC) —  Many area Christians have lost all their belongings, but thankfully no deaths have been reported among brethren.  Roy DavisonRoy Davison devotes himself to the gospel in Belgium, as well as being a part-time translator. He is the creator of… Continue Reading →

CTTS building surrounded by flood water

Christian training school planned ahead, suffers inconvenience.

Amsterdam hosts ‘Effective Evangelism’ exchange

Messages and brain-storming occupied the day.

“Jim, will you teach me about God?”

HAARLEM, Netherlands (BNc) – Missionaries to Holland, Jim and Ruth Krumrei, have lived in a modest house on a canal in Haarlem since 1969. Their next-door neighbor, Theo Van De Gevel, defined himself as an atheist for most of his… Continue Reading →

The Power of the Gospel in Print

 ARUSHA, Tanzania (BNc) — Boma Ng´ombe [“Village of Cows”] is the hometown of Ahser Mbasha. It is located at the foot of beautiful Mt Kilmanjaro in Tanzania on the road between Arusha and Moshi. Roy DavisonRoy Davison devotes himself to… Continue Reading →

“What is your life?”

ALKEN, Belgium (BNc) – “What is your life? It is even a vapor that appears for a little time and then vanishes away” (James 4:14). Jacob’s prayer expresses my feelings as I look back over the last fifty years: “I… Continue Reading →

Saints from six Dutch and Flemish congregations sing together

The Haarlem church was the first European congregation established by churches of Christ after WWII.

Nine Christians killed in Pakistan bus bombing

MASTUNG, Pakistan (BNc) — Nine Christians were among the eighteen people killed in a bomb blast in Pakistan on June 11th. There were also Christians among the injured. A bomb planted on a motorbike exploded at about 9:20 a.m. as… Continue Reading →

Eindhoven hosts lectures on ‘The Way’

  EINDHOVEN, Holland (BNc) – On April 13th and 14th, 50 brethren from 7 congregations in Holland and Flanders gathered in Eindhoven for a series of 7 lectures on ‘The Way’ presented by Daniel Napier. Roy DavisonRoy Davison devotes himself… Continue Reading →

Jim Krumrei celebrates 80th birthday

HAARLEM, Holland (BNc) — Seventy people attended the 80th birthday celebration of Jim Krumrei in Haarlem on February 26th. Except for periods of a few months spent in the US, Jim and Ruth Krumrei completed their 49th year of continual… Continue Reading →

‘Don Wood’ sentenced to five years

ERIE, Penn. (BNc) — On Jan. 26, 2012 Donald Keith Turner (known among churches of Christ by his alias, Don L. Wood) was sentenced to five years imprisonment, three years of supervised release, and restitution to the IRS of $408,034…. Continue Reading →

Pray for Christians in difficult places

WORLD, Someplace (BNc) — Much is being done to the glory of God that cannot be reported. We regularly receive information about wonderful examples of dedication and the spread of the gospel in places where it is illegal to be… Continue Reading →

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