Category Edification

Whatever the church does to edify the saints.

Zaccaeus in a Sycamore Tree!

ZAMBIA, Kalomo – Roy Merritt of Namwianga Mission* in Zambia, explains how the seed of the gospel, sown by his father, Dow Merritt, almost a hundred years ago is still bearing fruit today. John Dow Merritt (1894-1991) was a trained… Continue Reading →

Davison’s Greek Reader Updated

BELGIUM, Herselt (BNc) – The online Introductory Koiné Greek Reader “Line Upon Line” by Roy Allen Davison has been updated to HTML5, which enables the audio to work in all recent browsers. The vocabulary of the New Testament is introduced,… Continue Reading →

An Internet Home Bible study

  BELGIUM, Sint-Niklaas (BNc) – About a year ago a young couple in Sint-Niklaas with three lovely daughters asked if I would conduct a Bible study in their home each week. Rita and I started traveling by car two hours… Continue Reading →

P. A. Jesudoss called home

INDIA, Chennai (BNc) – Brother P. A. Jesudoss, preacher of the gospel and long-time teacher at the Chennai Teacher Training School, suddenly passed away on Saturday, March 14, 2020. Brother Jesudoss taught Bible classes at the CTTS since 1995 and… Continue Reading →

Men’s meeting in Eindhoven, Holland

EINDHOVEN, Holland (BNc) – Nineteen men from seven congregations in Holland and Flanders gathered at Eindhoven, Holland for fellowship and instruction on Saturday, October 12, 2019. The theme was “Living stones in the temple of God” based on 1 Peter… Continue Reading →

Brazilian completes devotionals on New Testament chapters

Valdir Silva wrote them for every NT chapter in less than a year.

Could the works of Christ be over-emphasized?

Jeremiah Tatum gives a qualified answer.

7 baptized at Brazil’s Northeast lectureship

This annual event rotates among cities in the Northeast.

A confused Christian community on campus

Ron Thomas expresses dismay at developments at Lipscomb University.

Christian, don’t be guilty of a more sophisticated form of idolatry

Hugh Fulford cautions against idols of the heart.

Faulkner University hosts mass shooting preparedness seminar for area churches

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (BNC) by Rebecca Burylo — More than 50 Christians and law enforcement officers from around central Alabama came together on Faulkner University’s campus in Montgomery on Friday, Feb. 2, with one mission – to protect their congregations and community from being… Continue Reading →

‘I am more useful for ministry because of E. Claude Gardner’

David Kenney recalls former FHU president with fondness and gratitude.

Harding Library Archives Gospel Broadcasts

  SEARCY, Arkansas (BNc) – Gospel broadcasts by V. E. Howard, Germaine Lockwood, Gottfried Reichel and Roy Davison have been added to the digital archives of Brackett Library at Harding University. They can be accessed here: The audio files… Continue Reading →

Accusations fly! Preacher sees responsibility, capability, struggle

Recent accusations of public figures causes this brother to ponder how Christians ought to carry themselves.

Primary-school rules good for grown-ups, too

A Christian man recommends rules to grown-ups that he taught his son in primary school.

Book reproduces debate on suffering, morality and existence of God

One offered logical arguments with premises and conclusions; the other didn’t.

Artist paints church bulletin boards to teach

ELBA, Alabama (BNc) — When walking into the Elba Church of Christ building ones eyes are immediately drawn to the beautiful bulletin boards in the hallways. Upon investigation, one will find that Pam Crittenden, church secretary, uses her artistic talent… Continue Reading →

Illustrated Bible readings for children

ALKEN, BELGIUM (BNC) — A website has been launched with illustrated Bible readings for children. It is sometimes difficult to find Bible story books that are true to the Scriptures. In this case, actual readings from the Bible have been… Continue Reading →

David Shannon chosen as 16th FHU president, reactions positive

David Shannon worked with the Mt. Juliet TN church for 18 years.

Elder helps congregation identify profane and vulgar

A Memphis congregation is challenged to refrain from vulgar language.

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