Pictured L-R: Kellie Bright, Maggie Moyer, Sandra Salter, Joy Galloway, Carolyn Holloway GENEVA, Alabama (BNc) -- Ladies from the Geneva church work throughout the year to bring joy and furnish needs to children in Panama Central America. The former church building, now mission/fellowship building, of the Geneva Church of Christ is filled with school supplies … Continue reading Geneva ladies support Panama Mission Effort
HURST, Texas (BNC) - "Let's Start Talking" was begun as a ministry by Mark and Sherrylee Woodward in 1981. The idea was to make contacts and give Bible instruction by offering people in other countries the opportunity to learn English by reading the Bible with American students. Recently, I was surprised when someone mentioned that … Continue reading LST’s association with instrumental churches
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A short-term group of preachers face health problems.
He served the last year of WWII in what is now Bangladesh.
Children and supporters are reeling, steps taken toward counseling and organization.
A lightning strike hurls large debris against the vehicle.
Why do we not pray more for the central task of the church? A few congregations are doing something.
Larry Brady shares work, with two Panamanian girls.
George Hall reminds us that we should be touched by the greatest need of all.
Betty Choate remembers indefatigable missionary Ruth Orr.
Hulan, the song leader, apologized three or four times for leading the song. Each time I assured him it was a good thing and not to worry about it. “But I did not want to hurt anyone’s feelings.” he said.
MONTGOMERY, Alabama (BNc) -- Jerry and Frances Davidson were honored at the Capital Prayer Breakfast, July 18, 2014, at the RSA Tower in Montgomery, Alabama. The breakfast is sponsored bi-monthly by Amridge University, also in Montgomery. Brethren came from far and near to offer up prayers to God for thanksgiving, church leaders, families, city, state and national … Continue reading Davidsons honored at Capital Prayer Breakfast
MCMINNVILLE, Tenn. (BNc) -- The Earlyville Church of Christ ladies ended another year of work May 21, and what a year it was for them. The country congregation is on Short Mountain Road, McMinnville. Each Wednesday the group meets for Bible class at 10:00 a.m., has lunch and is ready to begin work by 12:00 noon. … Continue reading Earlyville ladies work all year for others
MONTGOMERY, Ala (BNc) -- The Capital Prayer Breakfast was held January 17, 2014, in the RSA building overlooking beautiful downtown Montgomery, AL . Colin and Ellen McKee, long time missionaries to Indonesia, were honored at the breakfast.Bob McKee, brother of the honoree, gave a detailed overview of Colin’s life and work before and on the … Continue reading Capital Prayer Breakfast Honors McKees
ALKEN, Belgium (BNc) - “What is your life? It is even a vapor that appears for a little time and then vanishes away” (James 4:14). Jacob’s prayer expresses my feelings as I look back over the last fifty years: “I am not worthy of the least of all the mercies and of all the truth … Continue reading “What is your life?”
SUMMERDALE, Ala (BNc) -- Jerry O. Davidson, missionary to the Amerindian villages in Guyana, and the mission team traveled to Guyana October 14 - November 4, 2013, for another soul-saving effort. They worked in five Amerindian villages, with a total of 17 baptisms. Those participating in the campaign were: David Myers, director of the campaign in … Continue reading Seventeen Baptized in Guyana Mission Effort
In India Jim Waldron saves a chick from certain death and does the math of missions.
A Tennessee preacher points out the lack of vision for world evangelism among many Christians.
by Michael E. Brooks MUSCLE SHOALS, Ala. (BNc) -- Harvey Hasha of Muscle Shoals, Alabama died quietly Monday night, Sept. 16, in his home. His health had declined quickly after suffering a fall several weeks prior. Harvey was a former contractor and owner of Triple H Bricks in Muscle Shoals. He was a member and … Continue reading Early missionary to Bangladesh and Nepal passes