ROME, Ga. (BNC)— Preacher Michael Farris shared reasons in his sermon July 9 why the gospel is glorious. He offered these reasons to the congregation as a “study to share with every soul.”
PORIRUA, NEW ZEALAND (BNC)—Missionary Lance Mosher released a video June 27 about why John baptized. He went on to explain the various baptisms in the New Testament and which is the one baptism of Ephesians 4. It’s well explained and presented.
He shows from Colossians that baptism is a work. It expresses “faith in the working of God.” Continue reading “Video: Baptism is a work—of God, says missionary”
LAFAYETTE, Tenn. (BNC) — Preacher Jack Honeycutt said today he knew of 10 people who had obeyed the gospel as a result of a public discussion with a Baptist minister May 27-28.
He shared background on the Carolina Christian website to the public discussion he held with Baptist minister Michael Brawner. His article was published today.
The debate centered on whether or not baptism in water was essential to salvation. Continue reading “10 baptized after baptism debate, new argument introduced”
MAXWELL, Tex. (BNC) by Brian Howard — What was it like to live during Bible times? What do the lands of the Bible really look like? The Bible talks about so many different places that they often just become names to us without any real connection to the actual location. In fact, many times when it comes to these cities and towns of the Bible, they almost seem like fiction. But the places of the Bible are real.
In 2015, World Video Bible School (WVBS) sent a crew over to the Bible lands to film a series of lessons designed for faith-building. This project has been extremely rewarding, and one that we believe will strengthen the faith of viewers as they visually connect these places to those they read about in Scripture. Continue reading “WVBS sends second film crew to Israel”
(BNC) — The video was his brother Jeff’s idea, Dale Jenkins said to BNC, as an introduction to their BETTER preaching conferences held via The Jenkins Institute.
“We had three conferences this year, Alabama, Tennessee and Texas with 350 preachers attending from over 20 states. We plan on having four in 2015 and will expand to South Carolina and Kentucky,” Dale wrote to BNC.
RICHMOND, Ky. (BNc) — 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, with passages from Philippians and 1 John, among others. He cited Jesus’ betrayal and suffering as a reminder of how saints may still have joy. Continue reading “Christians are a joyful people, or should be, says Kentucky preacher”