House to House passes 3 million mark with single issue

hth-recordJACKSONVILLE, Ala. (BNc) — The House to House, Heart to Heart ministry, which mails an evangelistic magazine quarterly to homes, announced Aug. 21 that the September issue would reach over three million households.

Congregations work with the ministry to send the magazine to local addresses.

The Jacksonville elders oversee the work of HTH.

Africa mission delivers 108 tons of literature in 2012

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CAPE TOWN, South Africa (BNc) — Roger Dickson of Africa International Missions announced today that the ministry delivered 108 tons of Bible literature across Africa, and elsewhere, in 2012.

In the past, the record for sending out literature was 70 tons for one year.

“We thought we could never break that record. We were wrong. We serve a God who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we dream,” he wrote. Continue reading

108-year-old Christian Worker magazine goes online

by Kevin Cauley

AUSTIN, Tex. (BNc) – The Christian Worker monthly periodical launched its website yesterday, putting its content online for free.

Since 1903 the Christian Worker has been published by faithful brethren who seek the old paths. It is one of the oldest, least-known periodicals in the brotherhood.

Originating in Panama, Neb., the periodical was published under the editorship of men such as Rue Porter, Bill Freeze, Jr., and Bill Jackson. Continue reading

Author Teaches Children About Homosexuality

Sheila Butts’s book Two DaddiesMONTGOMERY, Ala. (BNc)- Homosexuals have long written children’s books promoting their agenda, such as Jennifer Has Two Daddies (1983), Daddy’s Roommate (1991), My Two Uncles (1995) and Heather Has Two Mommies (2000). Now an illustrated children’s book teaches the Biblical truth. Author Sheila Butt has written Does God Love Michael’s Two Daddies? to promote God’s love for all people, while showing, in a loving way, that homosexuality is wrong. Continue reading