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.
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. J. Randal MathenyRandal and his wife Vicki have lived and worked… Continue Reading →
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. J. Randal MathenyRandal and his wife Vicki have lived and worked in Brazil since… Continue Reading →
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.
Jack Hall asked the Richmond congregation June 8, “Are We a Joyful People?” He pointed hearers away from circumstances, positions, and human relationships, to being in Christ.
You read the story. Now listen to the man himself tell it, with audio from his lesson.
Begun on Twitter, the service now can be followed on its own website.
Three preachers share how they approach the movie and the biblical story.
(BNc) by J. Randal Matheny — Evangelical televangelist Ray Comfort’s organization Living Waters released a 30-minute video as a response, apparently, to the Russell-Crowe version of Noah. I say “apparently.” It talked so much about the signs of the last… Continue Reading →