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New church launches in Harlem
posted 9/26/2014 10:45:13 AM
Renaissance Church, an Orchard Group church plant, launched this past Sunday in Harlem in New York City. Jordan Rice serves as lead
Smith reaches fundraising goal
posted 9/22/2014 3:21:50 PM
Last week we shared that Wayne Smith, retired senior minister at Southland Christian Church, had started a campaign to raise $90,000 for maintenance work at Delhi Church of Christ in Cincinnati, OH.
New president at Dallas Christian College
posted 9/16/2014 6:13:19 PM
The Board of Trustees of Dallas Christian College recently announced their appointment of Dr. Brian D. Smith as the College’s next president. Dr. Smith comes to DCC from Johnson University Florida, where he



North American Christian Convention
In the Washington Post
posted 3/4/2013 10:12:14 AM
Recently, Kyle Idleman, teaching pastor at Southeast Christian Church (Louisville, KY), shared an article in the Washington Post's "Guest Voices" column, a section focused on faith and its impact on the news. The piece, titled "Is entertainment our new American idol?" discussed the "surrogate religions of entertainment."

"For example, a few years ago, my youngest daughter wanted nothing more than to go to a Colts football game in Indianapolis," he writes. "We woke up early on Sunday and went to a local church. A few hours later, I was sitting among 80,000 fans in Lucas Oil Stadium, and yes, I had my own face painted. We both cheered until we lost our voices. On the drive home, as my exhausted daughter slept, I couldn't help but think about the fact that I had really attended two worship services that day."

Read the entire article here.
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