What Happened to Preaching?

What Happened to Preaching?

About thirty years ago I was visiting with an older preacher. He had been using television and radio to teach people and was having good results. I asked him about the format of his programs. He said he had tried different methods to give variety—panel discussions, inte...
Renew Inspires First-Time Attendee From Ghana

Renew Inspires First-Time Attendee From Ghana

A new face was in Tennessee Bible College’s recent Renew lectureship audience – that of Ghana native Richmond Gyamfi.   But he’s no stranger to TBC.   Gyamfi, who preaches at East Hartford church of Christ in Connecticut, is pursuing a Master of Theology...
TBC’s Renew Focus on ‘Things No Man Can Destroy’

TBC’s Renew Focus on ‘Things No Man Can Destroy’

Man can attempt to destroy the things of God – but will he succeed?    Tennessee Bible College’s annual Renew lectureship will focus on this matter Feb. 26-27 as seven speakers address various topics on the theme “Things No Man Can Destroy.”    “It is a...
Winter Quarter Begins at TBC

Winter Quarter Begins at TBC

COOKEVILLE – The weather is getting colder, but academics are heating up at Tennessee Bible College.   Registration for the winter quarter begins this week, and TBC Vice President Kerry Duke looks forward to another opportunity to train Gospel preachers,...
TBC Honors Graduates in December Ceremony

TBC Honors Graduates in December Ceremony

December was a time of tassel turning at Tennessee Bible College.   Six graduates from diverse backgrounds and locations were honored during the college’s 31st graduation ceremony Dec. 2. The event marked the 39th year since the first graduating class in 1982 and...

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