The family escaped from the Sunday morning fire with only the clothes they were wearing.
Veteran missionary Joe Cannon died Oct. 25 in Memphis TN.
Two congregations work together to provide ongoing needs after the earthquake and tsunami Mar. 11 in Japan.
Read two children’s letters, one from Alabama, the other from California, in their own handwriting, as they send money to help with the relief efforts in Japan.
Dwight Albright of the Park Ave. congregation in Memphis, Tenn., provides an update on donations for the Japan relief effort.
The relief efforts in Japan continue as the U.S. turns toward its heartland scarred by tornadoes and flooding. Though is our attention-span getting short?
Japanese brethren are organizing to distribute funds and help in the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami.
The Park Avenue church, Memphis, Tenn., has raised $240,000 for the Japan relief effort.
Oklahoma Christian professor Kent Hartman was enroute to Japan during the earthquake Mar. 11.
The preacher of the Yokota church of Christ shares plans for a visit to the congregation in the heart of the disaster area.
A minister of the Mito, Japan, church describes the effects of the earthquake and tsunami on the Christians there.
Japan missionary Marlin Ray plans a trip north to the most affected areas. He tells of news about the Ibaraki church as well.
The Park Avenue church in Memphis TN will send the donations on to Japanese Christians, with 100% of the offerings reaching Japan.
A Japanese preacher’s wife emails that the unstable conditions in Japan because of the nuclear reactors poses a dilemma to those who seek to help the needy.
Marlin Ray, missionary in Japan, sent the following email earlier this morning about conditions in his area.
The brethren in Japan are safe, after the earthquake and tsunami, according to a report by Noguchi Yoshiya, from the Ochnomizu church of Christ.
Most recent news of the church of Christ in Japan, after the 8.9 earthquake and tsunami on Mar. 11.