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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. …

Exchange student in Christian home gains ‘new point of view in relationship with God’

WESTVILLE, Fla (BNc)  — Ondrej Hubalek, 18, of Lukavice, Czech Republic was 16 years old when he decided to become…

Preacher sees need for ‘application of true Christianity’, gives 12 principles for life

Hugh Fulford says, “Unfortunately, there is a great deal of unhappiness, discontent, and lack of meaning in the lives of many people. People endure an existence, but they are not truly living. There is no joy or real purpose in their life. Christ does not want it to be that way.”

‘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.

Earlyville ladies work all year for others

MCMINNVILLE, Tenn. (BNc) — The Earlyville Church of Christ ladies ended another year of work May 21, and what a…

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…

Northeast Arkansas elder’s wife Almarie Denham dies at 91

This wife of a Greene County preacher and elder is a part of the editor’s spiritual DNA.

Listen to William Davis tell how he left a life of Pentecostalism

You read the story. Now listen to the man himself tell it, with audio from his lesson.

Texas author and teacher Alice Sheppard passes

BUDA, Tex. (BNc) — Alice Ilene Cheatham Sheppard, 86, died Friday, May 23 in Austin. She resided in Buda. She…

Former Pentecostal preacher William (Bill) Davis recaps life

BRANTLEY, Ala (BNc) — William (Bill) Davis, who was in Pentecostalism over 50 years of his life, and a third…

Armed insurgents take over Ukrainian Bible training center during Sunday morning worship

The building used for a Denver-based training program was invaded this morning in Ukraine.

Preacher to work with ‘world’s largest youth group’

Kentucky preacher will move to Alabama to conduct Lads-to-Leaders workshops for congregations.

Namibia campaign baptizes 11, establishes new congregation

Americans with Gospel Chariot spend a week in the northern part of the country.

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