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Burnette Chapel shooter receives 291-year prison sentence

A judge piled on the sentences to the life sentence in prison.

100-year-old widow has advice for young people

Audrey Bowling has three pieces of advice for young people.

Tribute to Tom Holland, ‘name synonymous with great gospel preaching’

David Kenney recalls special moments.

Congregation focuses on remembering during Decoration Day

What will remembering important spiritual facts and truths do for you?

Savannah TN church receives families after record flooding

Congregation steps in to help those hit by the rising waters.

Stan Mitchell passes, leaves legacy of compassion and wisdom

Stan passed away Feb. 19. He left good works and good words.

Professor Stan Mitchell suffers heart attack

Stan suffered an attack on the FHU campus.

CBS Sports highlights Christian family, FHU student

Son of Tennessee Vols coach shows Christian example, studies for ministry.

One dead, 6 wounded in Tennessee church shooting

ANTIOCH, Tenn. (BNC) — A shooter killed one person and injured five others, as well as himself, at the meeting of the Burnette Chapel congregation Sunday, Sept. 24. Police began to receive reports around 11:15 am. The injured were to be… Continue Reading →

Three die from smoke inhalation in Henderson, Tenn., home

HENDERSON, Tenn. (BNC) by Jamie Suiter — Three members of the Russell and Donna Turner family died from smoke inhalation in a fire Aug. 3, Thursday afternoon. The fire apparently started in the kitchen of the Turners’ house, according to WBBJ News… Continue Reading →

‘God ready for Mt Juliet to do big things:’ Church deals with loss of David Shannon

The congregation looks to a big change in its life and work.

David Shannon chosen as 16th FHU president, reactions positive

David Shannon worked with the Mt. Juliet TN church for 18 years.

Race relations then and now: Hugh Fulford recalls 1968 merger

Preacher tells early example of a church merger that belies the statement about Sunday morning being the most segregated hour.

Gatlinburg on fire, saints lose homes, church loses building

No one has lost his life thus far, but the damages will be extensive.

Gospel preacher Garland Elkins passes at 90

Brother Elkins died Oct. 28.

Driverless truck goes 120 miles. No life should go without God as pilot.

Evangelist urges us to let God lead us.

Elder helps congregation identify profane and vulgar

A Memphis congregation is challenged to refrain from vulgar language.

10 baptized after baptism debate, new argument introduced

The discussion centered on whether or not baptism in water was essential for salvation.

Evangelist destroys three hours of arguments with one word

Question reveals falseness of man’s claim.

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