Blane Anderson follows up his online teaching in person.
The manpower is available if we utilize all the church in the preaching of the gospel to the lost.
Jim Waldron reports the conversions in his last newsletter.
Ed and Joy Healy live an hour and a half from the nearest congregation.
Why not enlist your congregation to participate in this good effort?
Family plans to move in March of 2020.
The small congregation is moving forward in the Lord’s work.
What will remembering important spiritual facts and truths do for you?
Charles Box baptizes four men at the facility.
The goal is to begin a new congregation in eastern France.
Among teens and college students, one person baptized is 80 years old.
“Izuba talibbili!” Night never comes in heaven! by Roy Merritt, Kalomo, Zambia Botiyasi dropped out of school after grade six. The years rolled by. Winter followed the rains. Summers returned. When certain preachers visited, Botiyasi wondered and puzzled over… Continue Reading →
Tim Hall sees a far greater record than the 300,000 lamps at the Festival of Lights.
Never impose on others a personal vision as a program of work.
If we view things positively, doing what we can, good will come.
Greg Wanderman tells us to risk getting bitten for the Kingdom.
Five guidelines will help us navigate political change and offer God’s stability and peace to others.
The legacy of one deceased missionary lives on in a great niece.
by Glenda Williams, BNc correspondent SUMMERDALE, Ala (BNc) — Jerry Olin and Frances Davidson were honored with a retirement party Saturday, June 2, 2018, by the Summerdale Church of Christ, Summerdale, Alabama. Friends and family came from far and near… Continue Reading →
SEARCY, Arkansas (BNc) – Gospel broadcasts by V. E. Howard, Germaine Lockwood, Gottfried Reichel and Roy Davison have been added to the digital archives of Brackett Library at Harding University. They can be accessed here: https://scholarworks.harding.edu/old-paths/ The audio files… Continue Reading →