Alabama News


Africa | Oct. 5 2000

Samford students study, plant seeds in North Africa

As the call to noon prayer lifted and resonated from the white-washed walls of the simple mud-walled mosque sitting virtually alone in the desert,... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Oct. 5 2000

Missions volunteers share basics of medicine, gospel

Ask anyone who has ever participated in a medical missions trip and they will all tell you the same thing — it changes their life. The... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Oct. 5 2000

Deadline set for Reality Radio to end losses

Despite its popularity among listeners, contemporary Christian music station WRRS-FM 101.1 Reality Radio has been given until the end of the... [READ MORE]

Addictions | Oct. 5 2000

Alabama churches shy from diet program

A doctrinal dispute including a well-known diet program is making ripples in Alabama churches. Now some Alabama churches say they may drop the... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Oct. 5 2000

‘This must be the place’

An interesting thing happened at our church Sunday morning. Before the service, visitors requested a copy of the mission statement of the church.... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Oct. 5 2000

Alabama churches committed to medical missions

An ongoing desire to develop full-time ministries in the medical missions field has many Alabama churches doing more than recruiting volunteers... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Sep. 28 2000

Alabamian among volunteers witnessing at Olympic games

Thirteen proved a lucky number for a team from the United Sates competing in the recent Olympic activities in Sydney, Australia. Andrea Mullins,... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Sep. 28 2000

Woodland Forrest withdraws from SBC

Woodland Forrest Baptist Church, Tuscaloosa, voted Aug. 16 to sever financial ties with the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) but will continue... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Sep. 28 2000

Alabama broadcaster not stopped by lack of sight

“As he went along, he saw a man blind from birth. His disciples asked him, ‘Rabbi, who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Sep. 28 2000

Anniston fire ruled as arson

A Sept. 15 fire that destroyed most of First Baptist Church, Anniston, has been ruled as arson. The State Fire Marshal’s Office announced... [READ MORE]

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