Video: Good habits are essential to life in Christ.
An iTunes hit makes this evangelist wonder what it is that people need.
Watch this video and see one of the most interesting reasons given for why the gospel is glorious.
This print magazine continues to grow in its evangelistic outreach.
Starting with John the Baptizer, Lance Mosher surveys the several baptisms of the New Testament and which is the one baptism for all time.
The discussion centered on whether or not baptism in water was essential for salvation.
Outreach ministry deals with effects of Haiti's recent hurricane.
Special issue of House to House/Heart to Heart targets two big objectives.
Watch videos on Bible lands, with more coming.
Randy Duke gives exclusive interview to BNC about company's future.
New owner works in human resources and with Bear Valley Bible Institute.
Facebook forced two brothers to remove posts critical of homosexuality.
GRESHAM, Ore. (BNC) — An email letter sent today from the World English Institute to its teachers stated that 30% of WEI's internet students claim Islam as their religion. When you watch TV and see the murderous atrocities committed against people simply because they claim Christianity as their religion, do you feel sick and helpless? … Continue reading 30% of World English Institute students via Internet are Muslim
Site does for church what Drudge did for news in general.
Before the invitation to blog, Mike had never written a single article.
A number of people cooperated in this effort to teach the gospel to Imelda.
Missionary overhears cell phone conversation and offers help to know Christ.
CORBY, UK (BNC) — BiBloS is the name of the new teaching magazine of the British Bible School, Principal Patrick Boyns announced today in Christian Worker magazine. According to the BBS website, the aims of the magazine include: To provide very good to high quality articles in various areas of Biblical studies and related subjects. To … Continue reading British Bible School launches magazine
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 Jenkins Institute made this touching video of preachers who write to themselves on their first day of ministry.