Americans with Gospel Chariot spend a week in the northern part of the country.
Michael Hildreth and Philippine brethren start the new year with a church plant.
A leadership training event inspires more than 20 to encourage missions in northeast Brazil.
Ukranians begin churches in their homes.
Brazilian evangelist visits ex-pastor who seeks to be just a Christian.
A new congregation was established through a debate with a denominational preacher in the northeastern Indian state of West Bengel.
A new church began in Galway, Ireland, in April. Now there are two congregations in the western region of the country.
Contributed by Glenda Williams, BNc correspondent
A major from the unit they replaced began the service at the Chapel Ministry Center (CMC), which is something of a general purpose building used for Bible studies, classes and meetings. At that time it was basically an informal Bible study around a table with about six people attending.
When the 135th arrived, the numbers grew to about 10-12. They were able to find a time slot on Sundays in Fraise Chapel. Read more
by Barbara A Oliver, Managing Editor
VILONIA, Ark. (BNc) — The Vilonia congregation celebrated its two-year anniversary in their new barnitorium, as Marty Knight, one of the three elders, dubbed it Sunday morning, Nov. 8.
The new Ministry Center was started the week before. Using the metal exterior from an old horse barn, they built a new 36×36 structure to serve as a temporary meeting place until they can build a new building.
When asked why they decided to use the old barn, the elders replied, “It was there and it was cheap!” Read more
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. Read more