In this 8-minute video Phil shows how Search TV is reaching across the globe.
After losing his home, a brother in Christ turns to Scripture.
Already Christians are helping the needy.
Gospel preacher and Christian author Goebel music has died.
Howard Norton honors Leon Tester who died Nov. 8.
"The most compelling conversion story I've ever read," said one woman who read the book.
An Oklahoma preacher records his efforts to encourage a congregation to work against abortion.
Joy Curtis is recognized for her work with the intellectually challenged.
Search TV begins broadcasting to San Francisco area Oct. 9.
Edmond OK minister and former Brazil missionary Don Vinzant passed away in the early hours of Mar. 9.
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
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 This may seem like an out-of-date method of saving the lost – but not for the Northwest church in Lawton, Okla.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 take people “Back to the Bible” for a basic study of the Scriptures, through a tried and proven method known as the “Safety Chain.” This logical method of Scripture study was developed years ago by the Northwest congregation and has been used to convert thousands of people throughout the years. Read more