New Harvest Christian Center making new home in old Enquirer buildingBattle Creek Enquirer10:20 pm New Harvest Christian Center purchased the building that formerly housed the Battle Creek Enquirer at 155 West Van Buren.
Catholic Charities USA Presents Centennial Medal to the Ursuline SistersMarketWatch (press release)Larry Snyder, President and CEO of Catholic Charities USA, presented the Prioress of the Ursuline Sisters of New Orleans, Sister Carla Dolce, OSU, with...
In a time when you can have instant access to all the words of the Bible through an app on your smartphone, Tom Meyer has spent more than 10 years perfecting a rather quaint skill – learning the Bible by heart.
Navigate the Bible by speaking to it instead of tapping on the mobile app screen.Seattle, WA (PRWEB) March 29, 2012 Seattle-based company eBible, officially launches the world's first voice-navigated Bible app, on Android mobile devices."What sets...
By Cathy Lynn Grossmann/USA TODAYReligion News Service (RNS) No matter where you live, you can go to church, so to speak, with Christ Fellowship in McKinney, Texas, which is on board with almost every high-tech gambit under heaven.
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