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Where to baptize people? It doesn’t matter, but …

The missionary’s offhand comment inspires a beautiful thought about baptism.

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Mission Mongolia leaves after 16 baptisms, prepares follow-up

The team winds up its time with good results and plans to help the new converts.

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Mission Mongolia 2015 sees first baptism in pioneer effort

A team of seven Americans begins a new work in the capital.

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‘Pray for us too:’ Few churches organize prayer for missions

Why do we not pray more for the central task of the church? A few congregations are doing something.

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Director reports at Friends of Panama Dinner

Larry Brady shares work, with two Panamanian girls.

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The fellowship of evangelism: teamwork brings Brazilian to the gospel

Quick follow-up helps a searcher for truth get involved in a local congregation.

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Evangelism continues in wartorn Ukraine

Life may not be normal in Ukraine, but saints there continue their work.

Fire on an Oil Rig

Submitted by George Merritt TROY, Alabama (BNc) — Ben McAlister is a Christian known and respected by his brethren throughout several counties in Southeast Alabama. He recently sat…

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‘The horrible condition of mankind:’ Why missionaries ask for money

George Hall reminds us that we should be touched by the greatest need of all.

Man tries to kill Christian wife, converts through church’s love

A man is converted after seeing the church’s love toward his Christian wife, whom he tried to kill because of her faith.

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Brazilian ‘pastor’ converts to Christ, gives up title

After his baptism he wrote, “Because of my recent decision to follow biblical principles, I wish to communicate that I relinquish the ministry of ‘pastor,’ for I do not have the qualifications to exercise such a ministry.”

Memphis School of Preaching Conducts Milton, FL Campaign

Front Row L-R: Preston Silcox, local preacher, Sao Joseph, Barry Grider, T. J. Skelton, Trent Sherwin. Back Row L-R: Josh Holloway, Efrain Aranda, Theo Scullard, Brandon Myers, Daniel…

Three women prisoners find freedom in Christ

DECATUR, Ala(BNc) — Three prisoners were recently baptized into Christ at the Beltline church of Christ in Decatur, Alabama.  Lisa, Ashley, and Cassandra were given permission by authorities…

Ohio church knocks doors for four days, baptizes 14 in campaign

The Sunnyside congregation in Hillsboro worked alongside fellow brothers and sisters in Christ to evangelize on a campaign July 19-31. In the opening of the campaign, the Sunnyside church had 22 active members.

‘My strength returned with every step she took!’ God blesses preacher’s bad day

Marty Broome from the Darien, Ga., congregation tells his uplifting story.

Churches evangelize at Tennessee festival

SMITHVILLE, Tenn (BNc) — Christians in the Smithville, Tennessee area set up booths at the Smithville Fiddler’s Jamboree Craft Festival, July 4-5, in downtown Smithville for the second year…

Tennessee I-40 accident victims funeral time set

HICKMAN COUNTY, Tenn (BNc) — Laura, age 50, Claire, 19, and Will Shelburne, 22,  were killed in an accident on Tennessee I-40, Friday, June 27. Funeral services will be…

‘God is real.’ Student pulled from brink of atheism via online course

A student of the World English Institute found information in the very first lesson on the existence of God to be helpful for faith.

‘Good people have serious problems.’ Lessons learned in Guyana’s Region 9

Charles Box of Alabama shares some important lessons learned on a recent mission trip and how he almost always has to deal with deaths of contacts and brethren.

Ruth Robinson, 87, travels with son everywhere.

BRANTLEY, Ala(BNc)  —  Ruth Robinson, mother of Garland M. Robinson, is visiting in south Alabama this week. Garland is preaching in a gospel meeting at the Sasser Church…