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April 4, 2024

 

 
 

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Bible Bowl’s real competition: youth sports
 

Bible Bowl’s real competition: youth sports

 

Increasingly, Leadership Training for Christ and Lads to Leaders conventions conflict with travel teams and tournaments. How should parents respond?

Erik Tryggestad reports from Dallas.

 
 

 
Teens mix radio show’s good ole boy humor with Bible’s bold message of faith
 
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Teens mix radio show’s good ole boy humor with Bible’s bold message of faith

 

Lads to Leaders puppet skit draws Alabama broadcast duo’s attention.

Bobby Ross Jr. reports from Nashville, Tenn.

 
The bright present — and future — of the church
 

The bright present — and future — of the church

 

Attendance tops 10,000 at Lads to Leaders in Nashville, Tenn., the largest of the ministry’s half-dozen Easter weekend conventions across the nation.

Read Bobby Ross Jr.’s Inside Story column.

 
 

 
Chapel speakers bring ‘Extra’ special message
 
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Chapel speakers bring ‘Extra’ special message

 

Hope and Ethan inspire Christian university’s students and the Down syndrome community.

Cheryl Mann Bacon reports from Abilene, Texas.

 
Freed-Hardeman men’s basketball wins NAIA National Championship
 

Freed-Hardeman men’s basketball wins NAIA National Championship

 

The FHU Lions overcame a six-point deficit in the final minute to defeat Langston University 71-67.

Dustin Semore reports from Kansas City, Mo.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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