UKRAINE, (BNC) by Jamie Suiter – Camp Amerikraine recently met in the Ukraine for their 14th year this July! According to director Jeff Abrams, Camp Amerikraine had approximately 300 campers. The camp has grown over the years and is the largest… Continue Reading →
Life may not be normal in Ukraine, but saints there continue their work.
The editor shares thoughts about recent stories in Ukraine and Nigeria, as well as God’s work through the little people. And a note on site improvements.
The building used for a Denver-based training program was invaded this morning in Ukraine.
Internal and external tensions have caused difficulties for the Ukrainian church, says Oklahoma preacher David Deffenbaugh.
Ukranians begin churches in their homes.
Veteran missionary Joe Cannon died Oct. 25 in Memphis TN.
by Glenda Williams, BNc correspondent GENEVA, Alabama (BNc) — The sixth annual preacher’s conference was held in Vyatskiye, Polyany, Russia, September 27-30, 2010. Charles Williams, minister of the New Union church of Christ, Manchester, TN spoke at the four-day conference…. Continue Reading →
by Barbara A. Oliver, managing editor IVANO-FRANKIVSK, Ukraine (BNc) — One congregation does its benevolent work by the bucketful. The Judsonia, Ark., church, together with other congregations, is involved in benevolent aid to Sudan, Ukraine, Nigeria, India, Honduras and a… Continue Reading →
by Paula Harrington, BNc correspondent JUDSONIA, Ark. (BNc) — Minister John Kachelman will keynote for two U.S. government humanitarian conferences in the Ukraine and Tajikistan and speak about the Lord’s church. Kachelman, minister with the Judsonia church, will be the… Continue Reading →