Texas evangelist uses wristband as a visual aid in evangelism.
Evangelist Ron Bartanen recalls what Scripture says about the first great flood and the destruction of the world by fire.
As the city grows outward, Christians extend their outreach.
HOUSTON, Texas (BNc) -- "If God can take a plain old shepherd boy and make a king out of him, He can use any of us, but it's His work and He gets all the glory," stated so ably by Texas Stevens, writer and producer of the Jule Miller Filmstrips, entitled the Visualized Bible Study Series … Continue reading Texas Stevens, writer and producer of Jule Miller Filmstrips alive and well
Christian wife and mother feels reassured that God provides for needs.
Mike Riley shows path to solving problem of corruption.
He was a man who wore many hats, and wore them well.
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Eddie Parrish interviews long-time Texas gospel preacher.
Preacher's wife proves the promise, 'Ask, and you will receive.'
WVBS releases new teaching video by Don Blackwell.
Minister lays out six recommendations for Christians in light of the SCOTUS ruling requiring US states to perform homosexual marriage.
Before the invitation to blog, Mike had never written a single article.
Roof was torn off, entryway hit, glass blown out of doors.
Besides his 10 books, Jimmy often used a motto he coined to encourage others.
Sherri Mazur, a 2014 graduate of Faulkner University’s Jones School of Law, was named second-best trial advocate in the nation at Baylor University’s Top Gun Competition, a prestigious invitation-only advocacy tournament.
BUDA, Tex. (BNc) — Alice Ilene Cheatham Sheppard, 86, died Friday, May 23 in Austin. She resided in Buda. She was born Sept. 16, 1927, to Walter Carl Cheatham and Allie Cly Francis Cheatham. She married James E. Sheppard on Sept. 21, 1946. Alice was a teacher, counselor, author and freelance writer. She taught in … Continue reading Texas author and teacher Alice Sheppard passes
Seminar speaker sees newly converted mother respond, baptizes his stepfather.
Such sermons serve an essential need.
Jeff Jenkins wades into the discussion about quitting preachers and traditional churches.