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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,…

Church planter: ‘So many memories at that small country church’

Hulan, the song leader, apologized three or four times for leading the song. Each time I assured him it was a good thing and not to worry about it. “But I did not want to hurt anyone’s feelings.” he said.

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.

Fire department assists baptism of woman with terminal cancer

ROGERSVILLE, Ala. (BNc) — Oliver church minister David O’Connell called the local volunteer fire department to help with the baptism of a wheel-chair-bound woman with terminal cancer.

Church to lose building to eminent domain, seeks to proclaim gospel

The Kent, Oh., congregation hopes to show the community its true colors as it stands to lose its building to the city.

‘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.

Davidsons honored at Capital Prayer Breakfast

MONTGOMERY, Alabama (BNc) — Jerry and Frances Davidson were honored at the Capital Prayer Breakfast, July 18, 2014, at the RSA…

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…

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…

Secular world suffers consequences of changing spiritual boundaries

Minnesota writer Dan Mayfield shares a perspective on how a secularistic society runs foul of the boundaries God has set in morals, ethics, and values.

Church takes charge of online presence, provides service to foreigners

After unhelpful results with online church directories, the church in this large Brazilian city took matters into its own hands.

Tennessee I-40 accident claims lives of elder’s daughter and two grandchildren

HICKMAN COUNTY, Tenn (BNc) — A terrible accident claimed the lives of Laura Shelburne and two of her children, Claire…

Tribute: Glen Harris, hard-fighting soldier, leaves battlefield

David Kenney shares six impressions that this servant of God made upon him. The first is, “Never think you have outgrown the Bible.”

BNc correspondent finds mission field at senior center

Editor’s note: We asked BNc correspondent Glenda Williams to share her and her husband’s experiences with you, after she shared…

Luverne church donates to purchase food for Sudan brethren

LUVERNE, Ala(BNc) — Raymond Elliott, preacher for the Luverne Church of Christ in Luverne, Alabama, reports members donated $6,399.00, on Sunday,…

Faulkner grad wins second place in ‘Top Gun’ law competition

Sherri Mazur, a 2014 graduate of Faulkner University’s Jones School of Law, was named second-best trial advocate in the nation at Baylor University’s Top Gun Competition, a prestigious invitation-only advocacy tournament.

‘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.

Christians are a joyful people, or should be, says Kentucky preacher

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.

Editorial: We find strength in fellowship of suffering

The editor shares thoughts about recent stories in Ukraine and Nigeria, as well as God’s work through the little people. And a note on site improvements.

Christian uses talent for less fortunate

WESTVILLE, Fla. (BNc) — Eileen Speigner, 88 years old, is quilting and making blankets for the Geneva County Sheriff’s Department. …

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