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U.N. actions hold little interest, but God’s acts promise much.
Even conservative and sound congregations adopt worldly management practices.
Writer remembers a gift greater than the Facebook billionaire.
Kingdom pain is central to the fulfillment of the mission.
The Sunday assembly is central to Christians’ faith and mission.
People disparage man’s part in salvation, trying to remove obedience as essential action.
The editor shares his perspective on the idea of culture as a prime tool for progressives in the church.
The process of transferring BNC and other Forthright/GoSpeak websites has not been without bumps.
The editor shares thoughts about recent stories in Ukraine and Nigeria, as well as God’s work through the little people. And a note on site improvements.
Sharing God’s work among his people confirms the truth of the gospel.
A rare op-ed by BNc’s editor on objective journalism and the need for readers’ input.
Hugh Fulford says gun-control laws won’t solve the problem. A different solution is needed.
Chuck Webster gives yet another reason to pray for government leaders.
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Did you hear about the guy who attacked a woman at the Thanksgiving Day dinner table? She was sitting in the chair he wanted, so he attacked her…
An environmental and minerals engineer warns against passing on untrue claims about the Bible.
One minister is encouraged by the response of churches of Christ to the recent disasters around the world: “we are showing our good works as a light and pointing all glory to our wonderful God!”
The editors and staff of BrotherhoodNews.com thank you for your support over the last year. We’re nearing the end of our third year since our official launch, and…
One Man’s Story: Spiritual and Emotional Effects of Change Within the Church Special editorial for BNc, by Daron Hoggatt “And he said to them: ‘You have a fine…
By Capt. Anthony Holloway, Family Life Chaplain In a recent sermon, a fellow officer delivered a message that made me sit back and think. Maj. Jerry Sayre said…