By Jon Galloway GLASGOW, SCOTLAND (BNc)- With the end of 2007 we concluded our work on a regular basis in West Dunbartonshire with what is now the Lomond congregation. We helped to begin this work in August 1988 and moved… Continue Reading →
By BNc Correspondent Roy Davison (BNc)- The book by T.W. Brents, The Gospel Plan Of Salvation, has been added to The Old Paths Archive. In this standard work, first published in 1874, brother Brents gives a thorough and scholarly treatment… Continue Reading →
By Associate Editor Joe May The only U.S. presidential candidate with ties to the Lord’s church has ended his candidacy. Former U.S. Senator Fred Thompson announced Tuesday on his website that after a poor showing in Republican primaries, he is… Continue Reading →
By Gwen Moritz SEARCY, Ark. (BNc)– Harding University has received “pre-candidate accreditation” for its new College of Pharmacy, which will start operation in August with up to 60 students.
By Associate Editor Joe May LITTLE ROCK Ark. (BNc)- Two elderly saints were killed in Little Rock as they attempted to cross the street Jan. 16 for Wednesday evening Bible study at Central church of Christ.
By Associate Editor Joe May (BNc)- The pain in Jan Towell’s email was obvious. A brother was scamming Christians worldwide and she had no other choice but to inform the world.
by Associate Editor Joe May HENDERSON, Tenn. (BNc)- Dr. Joe Wiley has been named the 15th president by the board of trustees at Henderson, Tenn.-based Freed-Hardeman University. He replaces Dr. Milton Sewell, who announced his retirement last year.
WINONA MS (BNc)- In an email sent Jan. 2, Betty Choate provided an update on J.C.’s health as he continues to battle cancer and receive treatment. J.C. has worked many years in the Far East and directs World Evangelism Foundation.
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto was assassinated Dec. 27. We asked several people how the new political climate might affect the work of the church in the region. Below are responses we’ve received thus far. Check back soon for… Continue Reading →
BNc EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW BNc: Dr. Miller, why a book directed toward Richland Hill’s decision to use the instrument? Do you see their decision as a watershed event?
by Jason Jackson [Editor’s note: Wayne Jackson’s son Jason sent the following email about his father’s cancer surgery performed this week. Wayne Jackson has been editor of the Christian Courier since 1964.] Tuesday’s surgery began right around noon Pacific Standard Time. While… Continue Reading →
by Quinton Funk [Editor’s note: The Gospel Chariot Missions travels 12 months of the year through Botswana, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe, recruiting students, teaching, preaching and baptizing lost souls. The work is… Continue Reading →