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December 11, 2021

 

 

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Our Top Stories

 
Devastation in Kentucky: Killer storms topple church members’ houses, businesses
 

Devastation in Kentucky: Killer storms topple church members’ houses, businesses

 

Members of Churches of Christ in Mayfield, Ky. — where at least 50 people are feared dead — are among those affected by the tornadoes.

 

 
 

 
Faulkner announces Jack Zorn Scholarship for undergraduate Bible majors
 

Faulkner announces Jack Zorn Scholarship for undergraduate Bible majors

 

The scholarship, named in honor of the late founder of Lads to Leaders who died in August, will include full tuition.

 
Ohio Valley University decides to close
 

Ohio Valley University decides to close

 

University informs students that spring 2022 classes won’t be offered.

 
 

 
Voices Only: ‘When I Go Home’ and more songs about heaven
 

Voices Only: ‘When I Go Home’ and more songs about heaven

 
A Texas minister collected more than 800 a cappella videos for his church’s devo series. Which one is his favorite?
 
New Lipscomb facility unites studies of faith and science
 

New Lipscomb facility unites studies of faith and science

 
Lipscomb’s McClure Center for Faith and Science offers a space for students to explore the intersection of the spiritual and physical.
 
 
 
 
 
‘The fact that no kids were killed was just amazing’
 

‘The fact that no kids were killed was just amazing’

 

A church elder and a band director with ACU ties both died in a Texas high school band’s bus crash. However, it’s a ‘miracle’ the death toll wasn’t higher, says a fellow elder who witnessed the crash.

 
 
 

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