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AR Church Mobilizes to Help Tornado Victims

As We Have Opportunity — Deadly Storms Move Through Arkansas By Oran Burt, Somers Avenue minister NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (BNc)- There is no question as to what our Christian duty is toward the less fortunate. Based on the opportunity… Continue Reading →

Handicapped Christian Injured, Insists on Voting

By Bradley S. Cobb, Webmaster, MORELAND, Ark. (BNc)- A faithful sister at the Gravel Hill church of Christ was hospitalized this past Tuesday due to injuries sustained while she was going to vote in the U.S. presidential primary election.

Christians’ Homes Hit, Elder’s House Destroyed

By Elizabeth Owen DEVELOPING STORY, Check back for updates Editor’s note: This was just received. According to one person who received Elizabeth’s email, “The family are members of the church. One home destroyed was that of one of the elders… Continue Reading →

Tornado Injures Ark. Sister, Destroys House

By Bradley Cobb JERUSALEM, Ark. (BNc)- Ona Magar, a faithful sister of the Lord’s church that meets in Jerusalem, was severely injured in the string of tornadoes that went across the Midwest this past Tuesday.

Author Teaches Children About Homosexuality

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (BNc)- Homosexuals have long written children’s books promoting their agenda, such as Jennifer Has Two Daddies (1983), Daddy’s Roommate (1991), My Two Uncles (1995) and Heather Has Two Mommies (2000). Now an illustrated children’s book teaches the Biblical… Continue Reading →

OK Churches Run Ad Against Quail Springs

EDMOND, Okla. (BNc)- Brethren and area churches placed a full-page color advertisement in the Daily Oklahoman Jan. 6, in response to the Mark Henderson interview in which he announced that Quail Springs Family of God was adding an instrumental service… Continue Reading →

BVBI Researches Bangladesh, Cambodia

By Neal Pollard DENVER, Colo. (Special to BNc)- On January 23, Ralph Williams, Bear Valley Bible Institute Coordinator Of Works In Asia And Africa, and I left to investigate the possibility of establishing an extension at some point in Bandarban,… Continue Reading →

Regions University Undergoes Name Change

By Matt Clifton MONTGOMERY, Ala. (BNc) – Regions University in Montgomery, Ala., has changed its name to Amridge University. The school’s board of regents officially approved the change on Jan. 31. According to an email issued by university president Dr…. Continue Reading →

Vaths Depart for Tanzania

COLUMBUS, Oh. (BNc)- Kyle and Melissa Vath depart today for a year’s tour of duty in Tanzania. From Columbus, their itinerary takes them to Washington D.C., Zurich, then to Dar es Salaam, where they will be met Wednesday by Bill… Continue Reading →

Obituary for J.C. Choate

(BNc)- J.C. Choate was born to J.F. and Hollis Choate in Corinth, Miss., on Feb. 6, 1932. He was baptized while still in high school and began preaching shortly thereafter. He held a B.A. in Bible, a Master’s in Missions,… Continue Reading →

Wanted: Penpal for Patrick

By Tommy Drinnen, Village of Hope Editor’s Note: This excerpt comes from Tommy’s February newsletter. TEMA, GHANA (BNc)-The most important trait to learn living in a foreign culture as a missionary … steady! That’s a pretty good word to describe… Continue Reading →

Jeremy McGill Transferred to Bangkok, Insurance Insufficient

by Editor J. Randal Matheny HENDERSON, Tenn. (BNc)- After surgery and four nights in a Chinese hospital near where the elephant attack occurred Jan. 24, Jeremy McGill was evacuated the 28th to Bangkok, Thailand, for further surgery and treatment. He… Continue Reading →

Veteran Missionary J. C. Choate Dies

Updated 17:35 p.m. UTC, Feb. 4, Monday WINONA, Miss. (BNc)- J.C. Choate, long-time missionary to India, Pakistan and the Far East, passed away at his home Feb. 1 at 12:20 p.m. CST, at age 75. He had been fighting cancer… Continue Reading →

USA Churches Rank Better, says Flavil Yeakley

By Associate Editor Joe May HENDERSON, Tenn. (BNc)- For the past several years, those in churches of Christ throughout the United States have despaired of hope since dropping from being the fastest-growing religious group in the nation. But now a… Continue Reading →

Editor Joe May Joins BNc

By Editor J. Randal Matheny Joe May, publisher and editor of the weekly The Standard, in Arkadelphia, Ark., has assumed duties as Associate Editor of BNc.

Lawton, Okla.-area Preachers Meet, Study

Lawton-area preachers at their Jan. 28 forum. LAWTON, Okla. (BNc)- If preachers like to eat and talk, they especially like to do it with other preachers. So a group of Oklahoma ministers meet monthly to do just that, and more.

Editor Pleads for Public Faith

FEATURE: STRAIGHT SHOOTING By Associate Editor Joe May Growing up, I was often admonished to “practice what you preach.” If you tell others to do it, if you say you believe it, follow through with it yourself. How many of… Continue Reading →

SWCC Buildings Destroyed by Fire

TERRELL, Tex. (BNc)- Two buildings at Southwestern Christian College were destroyed by fire early Sunday morning, according to the Terrell Tribune.

WGN Changes Name, Domain

By Editor J. Randal Matheny (BNc)- The trial site, World Gospel News, continues to evolve in preparation for its official launch in February. Part of that process involved a change of names Jan. 29.

Lipscomb President Speaks at Ecumenical Service

By Editor J. Randal Matheny, with Assistant Editor Joe May contributing Editor’s note: Check back periodically for updates on this developing story. Latest update: 19:56h UTC. NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BNc)- The president of Lipscomb University spoke Jan. 22 at an ecumenical… Continue Reading →

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