A brother designs T-shirts for country music stars, makes customized pen for Christian to remember her father by.
A friend of slain Sharon Wellington, of Athens, Ala., pays tribute.
A former missionary colleague remembers Bill Jordan and tells a story of his heart attack on the field.
Joy Curtis is recognized for her work with the intellectually challenged.
by Barbara A. Oliver, Managing Editor
BULLARD, Tex. (BNc) - On Oct. 31, 1909, twin girls, Lella and Ella Harris, were born at Peachtree Village in Tyler County, Tex. On Oct. 31, 2009, the Bullard church celebrated Lella Harris Stripling’s 100th birthday and honored her twin sister Ella Harris Keele, who died in July.
Their baby brother, Homer will be 95 on Nov. 25.
When asked what he could tell me about Lella Harris Stripling, Richard Fedell, one of the ministers for the Bullard church, said, “Have you got three days?”
Friends and relatives gathered at the fellowship building of the church to celebrate with Lella. While over 350 people signed her guest book, only 45 were family members.
“That shows you how well she is loved,” said Fedell. Read more
by Paul Cockrell, Munford, Ala.
SYLACAUGA, Ala. (BNc) – After two weeks in a Birmingham hospital, Frances Zorn, wife of Lads to Leaders/Leaderettes founder Jack Zorn, came home from the hospital on Wednesday. Read more
FAYETTEVILLE, Tenn. (BNc)- International Gospel Hour speaker Winford Claiborne suffered a stroke this past week. Read more