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CBS Sports highlights Christian family, FHU student

Son of Tennessee Vols coach shows Christian example, studies for ministry.

Terre Haute preacher and devotional writer David Grubb passes

David worked with the Northwest congregation for 34 years.

Americans spend more to eat out. Does it matter?

Does it make a difference or is it a sign of something more sinister?

Eddie Parrish: 10 lessons learned over 30 years

Texas preacher shares with younger men important lessons he has learned during his decades of ministry.

HTH celebrates 1 year of monthly schedule, starts evangelism school

House to House / Heart to Heart sees good results after first year of monthly publication.

Mississippi children’s home leaves state system, takes voluntary placements

Pine Vale ministry undergoes major transition.

BNC breaks rule, shares appeal for Arkansas preacher’s wife

Read the reasons why we make this exception to the rule.

Preacher’s wife reads poem written by deceased husband for first time

ABILENE, Texas (BNC) — Edie Connel received a surprise Sunday, Sept. 2, when her son Robert handed her a piece of paper before the church meeting started. On the paper was a poem written in 2012 by her husband and… Continue Reading →

A critical review of Recreating the Cosmos

Recreating the Cosmos: A Holistic Reading of Paul’s Letter to the Galatians, by Jeremy W. Barrier. A critical review by Roy Davison. Belgium, Herselt (BNC) – Jeremy W. Barrier is Director of the Graduate Program and Associate Professor of Biblical Literature at Heritage Christian… Continue Reading →

New York elder assumes Sermon Lines site

From upstate New York, Douglas Kashorek shares sermon outlines and edits brotherhood contributions.

Even after death, missionary aunt inspires niece to service

The legacy of one deceased missionary lives on in a great niece.

Religious radio network reverses decision to exclude brotherhood programs

Wilkins Radio Network welcomes gospel programs back.

Saints safe from Guatemala volcano eruption

The brethren are safe, according to missionaries.

Flavil Nichols didn’t back into heaven

Flavil Nichols’ daughter shares news of her father’s passing and life.

Jerry O. and Frances Davidson retires

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 →

The meaning of life, Will Durant, and New Philosopher: an essay

Elder and evangelist Ron Thomas shares what has driven him to faith.

Faulkner University hosts mass shooting preparedness seminar for area churches

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (BNC) by Rebecca Burylo — More than 50 Christians and law enforcement officers from around central Alabama came together on Faulkner University’s campus in Montgomery on Friday, Feb. 2, with one mission – to protect their congregations and community from being… Continue Reading →

Bible’s balance answer to backlash against prayer after tragedies

Nehemiah serves as a prime example of prayer and action.

‘I am more useful for ministry because of E. Claude Gardner’

David Kenney recalls former FHU president with fondness and gratitude.

Snowflakes in the desert

(BNC) By Kerry Duke — Snow falls when conditions are just right. One of these is low pressure in the air. Another is cold temperature. Moisture combines with these conditions to give us some of the most beautiful scenery in all… Continue Reading →

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