by Glenda Williams, BNc correspondent GENEVA, Ala (BNc) -- A former Catholic priest and his wife obeyed the gospel when Jerry Davidson took a team into the Amerindian Village of Moruca, June 18-July 9, 2012. The group taught and baptized 21, saw two restored and one wedding. Team members were: Mike and Melissa Barnes, Jay … Continue reading Catholic Priest obeys gospel
Malaysia churches unite for a campaign for Christ.
by Glenda Williams, BNC correspondent GENEVA, Ala. (BNc) -- Jerry O. Davidson, missionary to the Amerindians villages in Guyana, recently completed another mission trip June 24-July 16. Efforts were focused on St. Cuthbert's Mission Village and Kopinang Village. Those participating in the campaign included 20 Americans, two Trinidadians and approximately 25 from Guyana. Among the Americans were … Continue reading Amerindian mission trip reaps fruit
LAWTON, Okla (BNc) -- Knocking doors and asking strangers to study the Bible. This may seem like an out-of-date method of saving the lost – but not for the Northwest church in Lawton, Okla. They know it still works, it’s effective, it’s gratifying and, most importantly, it follows the Great Commission. It’s a chance to … Continue reading OK: Churches knock every door in town
MANSFIELD, Tex. (BNc) -- Two churches will host a week-long tent meeting in the greater Fort Worth area beginning today. The West Mansfield church, together with the Lindsay, Okla., congregation will hold the meeting June 7-12. The tent is located at 7220 FM 1187 in Mansfield. The 2009 campaign theme is "Christ is Mine: All … Continue reading Fort Worth church hosts tent meeting
by Charles Shepherd ORACABESSA, Jamaica (BNc)- The Racecourse church has scheduled a campaign Nov. 1-8 with a group of eight American Christians. Eight brothers and sisters from the Decatur Highway congregation in Gardendale, Ala., plan to participate in this campaign. Four of these are young people, ages 15-17, involved in the Lads-to-Leaders program, Billy Camp, … Continue reading Jamaican campaign set for November
Check back for updates. Last update: 19:48 UTC. HENDERSON, Tenn. (BNc)- A Freed-Hardeman University student is presumed drowned while swimming yesterday, March 19. Shane Ruiz was on a mission trip with Freed-Hardeman University in the Dominican Republic and got sucked away by an undertow while swimming. He's officially reported missing for the time being. Two … Continue reading Campaigner Presumed Drowned in Dominican Republic