EUPORA, Miss. (BNc)- James Hill Jr. began a new ministry with the congregation located at 2194 W. Roane Ave. Continue reading “James Hill Jr. begins new ministry”
SHELBYVILLE, Tenn. (BNc)- The Fairlane congregation’s elders announced last week that they will close Fairlane Christian School. Continue reading “Fairlane Christian School closes”
LEWISVILLE, Tex. (BNc)- The Sound Doctrine and Practice Workshop sponsored by the Lewisville church begins this weekend with the theme “The Church … Growing Again.” Continue reading “Lewisville hosts workshop this weekend”
By Cherie Speller
From the Sunday, July 27, 2008, edition of The Daily Reflector
The columns I write generally publish on Mondays but I took the opportunity to move it to Sunday this week for the sake of history.
My family and I worship with the Westside Church of Christ, which today moves to a new town with a new name Church of Christ, Winterville. As part of the congregation’s moving celebration, a time capsule will be buried today in the lawn of the church on Winterville’s Church Street Extension. Continue reading “Time Capsule Captures Moment”
McMINNVILLE, Tenn. (BNc)- Mary Winkler, convicted in 2006 for voluntary manslaughter of her husband, minister Matthew Winkler, took custody of her three daughters, said one of her lawyers. Continue reading “Mary Winkler Takes Custody of Kids”
by Associate Editor Joe May
A alcohol-related accident has ended the lives of two saints in Trenton, Mich. Continue reading “Mich. Couples Killed, Injured in Accident”
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (BNc)- Heather Whalley died from her injuries Saturday night, Apr. 12, after a vehicle hit her and her husband Seth from behind. Continue reading “Heather Whalley Dies from Accident”
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (BNc)- A North Carolina couple were hit by an out-of-control van while vacationing Apr. 10. Continue reading “Couple in Critical Condition After Hit by Van”
by Dean and Barbara Kelly
HIGHLAND HOME, Ala. (BNc)- Last Saturday night, March 8, Mrs. Carrie Johnson, a faithful Christian at the Sugar Ridge congregation, lost her home and her husband to a house fire. Continue reading “Saint Loses Home, Husband in Fire”
by Tim Hall
Most houses in that town were lost, and people’s lives were literally turned upside down.
Faculty and students from the Inter-American Biblical Institute worked quickly to take water, food and other relief supplies to Pisco. This school, located in Lima, has not been long in existence, but is already making a difference in the region. These Christians came to a town that had no congregation of Christ. Their plan was to bring spiritual relief, in addition to the physical necessities. Continue reading “Turning Pisco Upside Down”
JEFFERSONVILLE, Ga. (BNc)- A county in central Georgia now has a church meeting there for the first time.
Milton Sampson, a retired high school math teacher, initiated the effort and is preaching for the congregation.
Twiggs County is the geographical center of the state. Two families came together to begin meeting in January. Continue reading “Church Begins in Central Ga. County”
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (BNc)- Two Christians were among the five killed in a plane crash Tuesday soon after taking off from Wiley Post Airport.
Rick Sandoval and Tim Hartman were the pilots of the Cessna 500 Citation 1 which lost control after lifting off about 3:15 p.m. yesterday. All five occupants of the plane were killed. Continue reading “Two Christians killed in Okla. plane crash”
MARION, Ark. (BNc)- The daughter of an Arkansas minister was critically injured Saturday when an SUV rammed the store where she was shopping.
Michael R. Hughes, minister with the Marion, Ark., church of Christ, gave details of the accident and his daughter Patsy’s condition in an email March 1st. Continue reading “SUV Rams Store, Minister’s Daughter Injured”
by J. Randal Matheny, publisher
BrotherhoodNews.com officially launches its news service as of today. Associate Editor Joe May and Assistant Editor Matt Clifton join me in inviting you to celebrate with us this date we’ve been working toward for months. Continue reading “BNc Celebrates Official Launch”
by Ruth Orr
CEDAR PARK, Tex. (BNc)- In 2006 we were set to go into the Anambra State prison where we had 64 prisoners who had studied World Bible School lessons and were ready for baptism. We had long awaited this day.
About then, there was an upheaval in Magdugari, Northern Nigeria. It seems that a school teacher had told a girl to put her Koran up. When she refused, the teacher took the book from her saying she could have it back after school. The teacher gave the book back to her, but that night rioting broke out. Continue reading “Prison Outbreak … in Reverse!”
By Joseph C. McKinney, Jr.
But one young lady received even more when she decided that just knowing how to become a Christian wasn’t enough. Raquel is her name and Helder Sales baptized her into Christ. May God strengthen Raquel in her new life.
Helder and Rivaldo Café labor in the gospel in Cajazeiras. Continue reading “Seven Complete Course, One Baptized”
MADISON, Ga (BNc)- Thirty-seven people were present at the Hampton Inn for the first meeting of the church in this small town Feb. 24.
The church at Cartersville accepted the request of some brethren in the Madison area to start a congregation there. There are about eight families living in the area and some who are unfaithful. Continue reading “Church Begins in Madison, Ga.”