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

william-davis-pentecostalismEarlier BNc reported on William Davis’s lesson in which he explained how he left Pentecostalism. The audio is now available.

The audio file has been embedded at this link on our Forthright Press site. With the new theme on BNc, it’s also available here:

(To download, go to the Forthright Press link, above.)

Randal and his wife Vicki have lived and worked in Brazil since Nov. 1984. They have three children, two daughters-in-law, and four grandchildren. He likes to read novels in his back-porch hammock. http://randal.us

Audio: How to study the NT effectively: Guy N. Woods

Guy N. Woods
Guy N. Woods

(BNc) by David Lemmons — One of my all-time favorite voices of preachers has to be that of the late Guy N. Woods. I consider this lesson taught in a Bible class somewhere (unknown to me) to be a remarkable presentation.

Guy N. Woods was a great student of the Bible. In this lesson: “How to Study the New Testament Effectively,” brother Woods has some wonderful suggestions for us to consider.

The beginning of 2013 is an excellent time for any person to consider his own Bible study efforts. Listening to this file should provide some wise insights from someone who practiced what he preached.

My source is Redland church of Valdosta, Ga. Length is 35m18s. Continue reading “Audio: How to study the NT effectively: Guy N. Woods”

Randal and his wife Vicki have lived and worked in Brazil since Nov. 1984. They have three children, two daughters-in-law, and four grandchildren. He likes to read novels in his back-porch hammock. http://randal.us

Preachers who ‘want to hang on to job’ don’t preach moral political issues, says minister

Why preachCOOKEVILLE, Tenn. (BNc) — Buddy Johnson, pulpit minister with the Jefferson Ave. congregation, replied on the Nov. 2 iPreach podcast to a question by cohost Adam Faughn about when to preach on issues that are both political and moral.

His partial reply included the observation that a preacher may say to himself, “Hey, I want hang on to my job,” so he might tend to ignore moral issues which are politically charged. Continue reading “Preachers who ‘want to hang on to job’ don’t preach moral political issues, says minister”

Randal and his wife Vicki have lived and worked in Brazil since Nov. 1984. They have three children, two daughters-in-law, and four grandchildren. He likes to read novels in his back-porch hammock. http://randal.us