The 8th annual lectureship encouraged a small rural congregation and area Christians.
PTP 2013 broke records and healed tired and broken hearts.
GSOP graduates two, averages 225 in nine campuses across the state.
The lessons from Galatians "made good application, and the truth was spoken with love."
West Virginia School of Preaching hosts Victory Lectures with focus on 1 Corinthians.
The Southeast Institute of Biblical Studies shakes up its lectureship.
Eight Brown Trail graduates spoke to 200 people and three continents on the theme, "Stand Up for Jesus."
Preacher Matthew Morine suggests an alternative to traditional lectureships, which appear to be declining in attendance.
by Glenda Williams, BNc correspondent
GENEVA, Alabama (BNc) — The sixth annual preacher’s conference was held in Vyatskiye, Polyany, Russia, September 27-30, 2010. Charles Williams, minister of the New Union church of Christ, Manchester, TN spoke at the four-day conference. This was the third conference in which he has participated. Read more
The 75th lectures will be held Feb. 6-11, 2011.
The 2011 lectureship book of 513 pages written by nearly 100 writers deals mainly with the Minor Prophets.
It will be available in hardback the first week in February, but e-text versions are available now.
The e-text versions will work on the following devices: Read more
by Neal Pollard, lectureship director
DENVER, Colo. (BNc) – Twenty-three speakers from across the brotherhood converged on Denver Sept. 23-26, for the annual Bear Valley Lectures.
For many years, the lecture program was essentially a homecoming for alumni. However, in the past few years, the attempt has been made to broaden its scope.
Last year, those efforts included the school’s first ever lectureship book.
This year, an alumni kick-off event, a golf outing, and a much more comprehensive advertising campaign seem to have contributed to a big boost in attendance. Read more
Exclusive for BNc, by John Henson, minister, Grand Blanc, Mich., church
RUSH SPRINGS, Okla. (BNc) – “The Preachers Files Lectureship was an unqualified success,” said Tim Hester, of Mississippi, one of 18 speakers participating in the annual gathering.
Conducted at the Rush Springs church July 9-11, the lectureship theme was “Seeking First the Kingdom.”
Speakers from across the United States, India and Tanzania enjoyed lectures and the finest southwestern cuisine during the three-day event.
Joe May, of Arkansas, initiated the lectures, with the lesson, “Seeking First the Kingdom After We Fall.” Read more