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‘I am more useful for ministry because of E. Claude Gardner’

David Kenney recalls former FHU president with fondness and gratitude.

Harding Library Archives Gospel Broadcasts

  SEARCY, Arkansas (BNc) – Gospel broadcasts by V. E. Howard, Germaine Lockwood, Gottfried Reichel and Roy Davison have been added to the digital archives of Brackett Library at Harding University. They can be accessed here: https://scholarworks.harding.edu/old-paths/ The audio files… Continue Reading →

David Shannon chosen as 16th FHU president, reactions positive

David Shannon worked with the Mt. Juliet TN church for 18 years.

Heritage Christian chooses semester theme: ‘Be transformed’

College training isn’t mere intellectual exercise.

As ‘Christian’ council members, brotherhood colleges quiet on same-sex controversy

Brotherhood colleges are put in compromising position by association.

Heritage reports baptisms, library growth, teaching abroad

Dr. Bill Bagents notes progress at the school, baptisms by alumni, teaching by faculty.

Three Faulkner athletes to be charged in murder of fourth

Four students attempted a house robbery, one was shot and killed by the homeowners, other three to be charged with murder, say police.

FHU cancels Bill Cosby for banquet appearance, confirms Ben Carson

Freed-Hardeman University replaces a controversial speaker with a conservative spokesman and potential presidential candidate.

Davidsons honored at Capital Prayer Breakfast

MONTGOMERY, Alabama (BNc) — Jerry and Frances Davidson were honored at the Capital Prayer Breakfast, July 18, 2014, at the RSA Tower in Montgomery, Alabama. The breakfast is sponsored bi-monthly by Amridge University, also in Montgomery. Brethren came from far and near… Continue Reading →

Faulkner grad wins second place in ‘Top Gun’ law competition

Sherri Mazur, a 2014 graduate of Faulkner University’s Jones School of Law, was named second-best trial advocate in the nation at Baylor University’s Top Gun Competition, a prestigious invitation-only advocacy tournament.

Man arrested for terrorist threats against Faulkner University

A man was charged for making threats against an individual and the university.

Amridge University confers its first PhD degrees

Amridge confers the first PhDs from a brotherhood school.

Amridge University Graduation held June 8, 2013

MONTGOMERY, Ala (BNc) — Raymond Elliott, well-known and loved gospel preacher, reports attending a most impressive Amridge University graduation, June 8, 2013. Glenda WilliamsAs a teenage girl, I prayed to marry a preacher. I knew no one who was desiring… Continue Reading →

Faulkner University forms new graduate school of theology, honors F. Furman Kearley

Beginning in the fall of 2013, the Master of Arts in Biblical Studies degree and all future graduate programs will be administered and overseen by the Kearley Graduate School of Theology.

VP Bruce McLarty named as Harding president

Harding University chooses its fifth president.

HCU hosts seminar on ‘The Gospel of Jesus’ Wife’

Jeremy Barrier evaluates the fourth-century manuscript.

Guyana Christian University graduates ten preacher students

by Glenda Williams, BNc correspondent LETHEM, Guyana (BNc)  — Graduation ceremonies were held July 13, for ten graduating students of Guyana Christian University, Lethem, Guyana. Tom Holland, President of GCU, traveled to Guyana and delivered the commencement address. Approximately 75 were… Continue Reading →

Scott Gleaves named Faulkner Univ. Assistant Dean

Dr. G. Scott Gleaves has been name Assistant Dean of the V. P. Black College of Biblical Studies of Faulkner University.

Faulkner locks down after threat

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (BNc) — Faulkner University locked down its campus yesterday, Dec. 3, after a threat appeared on Facebook, a social networking site on the Internet. A parent who had gone to campus for an event wrote on Facebook that… Continue Reading →

Magnolia Bible College to close

KOSCIUSKO, Miss. (BNc) — Magnolia Bible College will close its doors on Dec. 17, according to the school’s website. The decision was made Aug. 19 by the board of trustees. The 33-year-old Bible training school cited as the cause of… Continue Reading →

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