Presenting the true God to those in other religions is a difficult challenge.
She writes from memory what she has read in a spiral-ring notebook.
The camp in lower Alabama baptized youths from different areas of the country.
Saint finds unique way to mark texts in class book.
Charles Box baptizes four men at the facility.
House to House / Heart to Heart sees good results after first year of monthly publication.
Flavil Nichols’ daughter shares news of her father’s passing and life.
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 →
Popular evangelistic paper ratches up its publishing schedule.
ELBA, Alabama (BNc) — When walking into the Elba Church of Christ building ones eyes are immediately drawn to the beautiful bulletin boards in the hallways. Upon investigation, one will find that Pam Crittenden, church secretary, uses her artistic talent… Continue Reading →
Pictured L-R: Kellie Bright, Maggie Moyer, Sandra Salter, Joy Galloway, Carolyn Holloway GENEVA, Alabama (BNc) — Ladies from the Geneva church work throughout the year to bring joy and furnish needs to children in Panama Central America. The former church… Continue Reading →
This print magazine continues to grow in its evangelistic outreach.
MADISON, Ala. (BNC) by Jamie Suiter— The ladies of the Madison congregation have started making mats and blankets by recycling what most people throw in the trash. I talked with Pam Waller at the Madison church July 6, and she said… Continue Reading →
Special issue of House to House/Heart to Heart targets two big objectives.
College training isn’t mere intellectual exercise.
Alabama preacher recounts his former life.
Jamie Suiter confirmed details with a neighboring congregation.
He served the last year of WWII in what is now Bangladesh.
Alabama minister: “The hospital teaches us what’s most important.”