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Veteran missionary to Nepal assesses the situation.
Michael Hildreth coordinates typhoon relief funds and supplies on the eastern island of Samar.
LUVERNE, Ala(BNc) — Raymond Elliott, preacher for the Luverne Church of Christ in Luverne, Alabama, reports members donated $6,399.00, on Sunday, June 15, 2014. The small South Alabama congregation,…
WESTVILLE, Fla. (BNc) — Eileen Speigner, 88 years old, is quilting and making blankets for the Geneva County Sheriff’s Department. The small blankets, both quilted and crocheted, are…
MCMINNVILLE, Tenn. (BNc) — The Earlyville Church of Christ ladies ended another year of work May 21, and what a year it was for them. The country congregation…
Missionary Michael Hildreth reports on his return to the Philippines.
by Ron Halbrook PHILIPPINES (BNc) — Much news about the devastation caused by typhoon Haiyan (named Yolanda in the Philippines) is appearing in the media, but concrete information…
TACLOBAN, Philippines (BNc) — An estimated 10,000 people may have died as a result of the super typhoon that came through Central Philippines on Nov. 9, reaching speeds…
Already Christians are helping the needy.
The Back to School Program is directed by Marie-Claire McDonough.
Christians on the scene provide update on the situation and on needs.
More than 7,810 lunches have also been hand-delivered.
The BICA newsletter published a report by evangelist Roberto Alvarez.
A children’s home ministry in Brazil enjoys special attention during Children’s Day.
A man calling himself Derrick Philiips is scamming churches in Ky. and Tenn.
The 700 Christians in Bangkok’s churches are suffering from flood waters.
Two congregations work together to provide ongoing needs after the earthquake and tsunami Mar. 11 in Japan.
Fire damaged one of the campus houses at Children’s Homes of Paragould.
by Glenda Williams, BNc correspondent ELBA, Ala (BNc) — For years, the church in Elba, Alabama had a small pantry housed in a closet, but they were never able to…
Read two children’s letters, one from Alabama, the other from California, in their own handwriting, as they send money to help with the relief efforts in Japan.