Pictured L-R: Kellie Bright, Maggie Moyer, Sandra Salter, Joy Galloway, Carolyn Holloway GENEVA, Alabama (BNc) -- Ladies from the Geneva church work throughout the year to bring joy and furnish needs to children in Panama Central America. The former church building, now mission/fellowship building, of the Geneva Church of Christ is filled with school supplies … Continue reading Geneva ladies support Panama Mission Effort
Ngomoromo, Uganda, BNC - On April 16th, the first Sunday after this group of Christians was forced to flee to Uganda from the war zone in Pajok, South Sudan, they met under a tree for worship. Simon Yope wrote to Don Humphrey on April 20th: "We are glad to be given a plot in the … Continue reading Saints worship under tree after fleeing Pajok violence
South Sudan, Pajok - On Monday, April 3rd, the town of Pajok in South Sudan was attacked by soldiers who blocked the exits from the town and killed residents indiscriminately. Since South Sudan became a sovereign state on July 9, 2011 the country has been racked by internal warfare among conflicting armies. Churches of Christ operate … Continue reading Pray for Saints in South Sudan!
HURST, Texas (BNC) - "Let's Start Talking" was begun as a ministry by Mark and Sherrylee Woodward in 1981. The idea was to make contacts and give Bible instruction by offering people in other countries the opportunity to learn English by reading the Bible with American students. Recently, I was surprised when someone mentioned that … Continue reading LST’s association with instrumental churches
Internal strife causes American workers to leave, for now.
A short-term group of preachers face health problems.
SINGAPORE (BNc) -- From 25 to 28 November 2015 more than 150 attended the 8th annual Four Seas Lectureship of the Four Seas College of Bible and Missions. Those present on the last day are pictured above. Lectures were held daily from 9 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. on “Living Soberly and Righteously.” The afternoon schedule … Continue reading 150 Attend Four Seas Lectureship
Children and supporters are reeling, steps taken toward counseling and organization.
Good results ensue in this state capital at the mouth of the Amazon River.
Nepal nears completion of seven-year process.
A team of seven Americans begins a new work in the capital.
Why do we not pray more for the central task of the church? A few congregations are doing something.
Larry Brady shares work, with two Panamanian girls.
George Hall reminds us that we should be touched by the greatest need of all.
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.
Americans with Gospel Chariot spend a week in the northern part of the country.
by Glenda Williams, (BNc) correspondent MONTGOMERY, Ala (BNC) -- The 30-year anniversary of Panama Missions banquet was held Saturday, April 12, at the University Church of Christ, Montgomery, AL. The four-hour affair was attended by approximately 160 people who came from as far away as Maryland, Colorado, Mississippi, and other surrounding states. Displays, videos, updates, an … Continue reading Panama Missions 30-Year Anniversary Banquet Held
SUMMERDALE, Ala (BNc) -- Graduation services were held at Lethem, Guyana Church of Christ building, Sunday, March 2, 2014. After completing the two-year intense Bible training, six men graduated. They had come from all over southern Guyana. Graduates pictured above and where they will be preaching from left to right are: Clarence Alfred, Paramakatoi Village; … Continue reading Guyana Christian University Graduation Held
SUMMERDALE, Ala (BNC) -- "A group of 35 people (adults and children) traveled over three hours on an uncovered trailer pulled behind a tractor on roads that many would consider impassable just to hear the Gospel preached. They came knowing there were no beds to sleep in. Some slept in tents, others slept in the … Continue reading Amerindians Hungry to Hear Gospel
Internal and external tensions have caused difficulties for the Ukrainian church, says Oklahoma preacher David Deffenbaugh.