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A work colleague hears how Christians today live by the NT model.
Quick follow-up helps a searcher for truth get involved in a local congregation.
The National Christian Workers Encounter bested all its previous records with 520 present.
One congregation in São Paulo state shows that it understands biblical teaching about the church.
After his baptism he wrote, “Because of my recent decision to follow biblical principles, I wish to communicate that I relinquish the ministry of ‘pastor,’ for I do not have the qualifications to exercise such a ministry.”
A Brazilian evangelist was attacked as he prepared his Sunday lesson at his dining room table.
Missionary Nick Fowler tells what happened outside the church meeting place on the morning of Oct. 12.
After unhelpful results with online church directories, the church in this large Brazilian city took matters into its own hands.
Isn’t this what repentance is about, leaving former allegiances behind?
A Salvador, Brazil, church is given use of a community center for its meetings.
A small church decides to share its blessings with others.
A Christian man teaches and baptizes his physical brother.
“Who is the owner of your church?” asks one of several signs.
With this influence missionary wonders if denominations might obey gospel truth.
Brazil missionary Jeremy Newlin has a rough start to his week.
Solange Soares has translated an issue per month without interruption.
State prison inmates hear the gospel through correspondence courses.
A leadership training event inspires more than 20 to encourage missions in northeast Brazil.
He wanted to study the Bible and found love, acceptance, and concern.
Dale and Jeff Jenkins chat with BNc editor Randal Matheny.