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TV speaker meets Hungarian-refugee convert

Speaker meets a Hungarian refugee converted through Search TV program.

Church planter: ‘So many memories at that small country church’

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.

Churches evangelize at Tennessee festival

SMITHVILLE, Tenn (BNc) — Christians in the Smithville, Tennessee area set up booths at the Smithville Fiddler’s Jamboree Craft Festival, July…

Tennessee I-40 accident victims funeral time set

HICKMAN COUNTY, Tenn (BNc) — Laura, age 50, Claire, 19, and Will Shelburne, 22,  were killed in an accident on Tennessee…

Tennessee I-40 accident claims lives of elder’s daughter and two grandchildren

HICKMAN COUNTY, Tenn (BNc) — A terrible accident claimed the lives of Laura Shelburne and two of her children, Claire…

Preacher sees need for ‘application of true Christianity’, gives 12 principles for life

Hugh Fulford says, “Unfortunately, there is a great deal of unhappiness, discontent, and lack of meaning in the lives of many people. People endure an existence, but they are not truly living. There is no joy or real purpose in their life. Christ does not want it to be that way.”

Earlyville ladies work all year for others

MCMINNVILLE, Tenn. (BNc) — The Earlyville Church of Christ ladies ended another year of work May 21, and what a…

Tennessee church wanted 500 Bible correspondence students. They’ve enrolled 325,000

Dedication to the task meant goals were exceeded beyond all dreams.

Spanish-language work begun in DeKalb County, Tenn.

The congregation takes up where another left off.

2013 reflections: ‘As close to heaven as any of us would ever be this side of eternity’

Explosives expert David Hersey writes about “a completely unrehearsed event which just unfolded out of the hearts of Christians.”

Preacher recommits to evangelism, takes ‘risks in relationships’

A Tennessee preacher points out the lack of vision for world evangelism among many Christians.

Former MSOP student pays tribute to Curtis Cates

Curtis A. Cates’s death on Oct. 25 spurs memories of former student Chad Dollahite.

Man converted after Adventist friend points him to the church

A second South Sudanese man is converted in Tennessee through a fascinating contact.

Getting kicked out leads to conversion

The new convert has made the town and the congregation his new home.

‘Amazing thing': Preacher’s Files Lectureship goes to Tennessee church

The 8th annual lectureship encouraged a small rural congregation and area Christians.

Polishing the Pulpit breaks records in its mission to ‘refresh, renew, recharge’

PTP 2013 broke records and healed tired and broken hearts.

Church discipline called ‘extreme case’ of homophobia

A Chattanooga, Tenn., congregation is accused of extreme homophobia after exercising discipline in a high-profile case.

South Sudanese ‘Lost Boy’ baptized in Tennessee

Several congregations cooperate to bring the gospel to a man displaced by war.

Gospel Advocate president Kerry Anderson dies

Greg Tidwell announced the news last night.

Tennessee saints offer physical and spiritual water at fiddler jamboree

Keltonburg saints man booth for the gospel.

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