Taylor County Jail inmates are turning to Jesus to help them serve their sentence.
A couple travels the nation to spread God's love.
Joint church services for the holiday weekend.
Team looking to grow in the Lord receive national recognition in competition.
One woman is retiring in order to do more work.
A prayer room at Medina Children's Hospital has been dedicated to bus crash victim who was killed on her way to do service.
God's Care Lawnscapes speaks about the joys of their profession.
The Family Life Center receives renovations to several activity areas.
Jennifer Jones becomes prophetic artist after obeying God's calling on her life.
The Abilene Black Chamber Of Commerce invites the entire community out to enjoy a Sunday afternoon of fellowship and praise.
ACU's Locavore Club will be holding their second annual fundraiser.
Church opens doors to community during the Lenten season.
Local business helping women in third world countries.
Faith Deliverance invites the community out for a celebration with food, fun, and fellowship.
Bible study offered to residents at Anson Park Seniors.
San Angelo's Bishop travels to Abilene to pray for an end to abortion.
Study abroad students get a home away from home while in Abilene.
First Baptist Church Family Life Center hosts a Jazzercise class for members to get fit.
Hillcrest Church of Christ invites the community to see 'Courageous'.
One local resident says she has no clue why she was called to do what she does.
Hardin Simmons University has recently started focusing on ethics education.
Church on the Rock will open their doors to the community for a free Thanksgiving meal.
Love and Care Ministries presents their 16th annual Tent Revival.
Bikers are invited to a unique Sunday at Church on the Rock.
Trunk-or-Treat provides families with a safe environment for Halloween.
Abilene churches get ready to walk for a cause this weekend.
The Family Life Center renovates their facility.
Texas Baptist Men Construct New Transitional Living Facility.
City Light Community Ministries lends a helping hand.
The heat is not stopping Christian protesters.
This Saturday Governor Rick Perry has called the nation to a day of prayer.
With the continuous string of triple digit days, one Abilene church is looking to keep things cool.
A south Abilene church is kicking things old school this week for Vacation Bible School and now they want you to join them at the park.
Parents looking to stop some of the summer boredom get ready to kick it old school.
It's summer time and many Abilene churches are gearing up for Vacation Bible School.
Abilenians are hitting the road to help victims who are still homeless after a massive tornado hit Tuscaloosa, Alabama last month.
First Central Presbyterian Church is in the middle of their month long art show, "Sacred Art".
A husband and wife comedy team from California is making their way through Abilene this weekend.
It's Easter week and churches all over Abilene are gearing up for a fun weekend ahead.
Tickets are still available to see actor Kirk Cameron come to Abilene this week.
Looking for a laugh?
If your marriage is going through some growing pains, help is on the way.
On this Ash Wednesday, dozens of pro-life supporters started an annual protest against abortion.
They look like bad boys and girls but they've got a heart for ministry!
Looking for a break out of your normal weekend routine.
It's a quarter of a century mark for one Abilene church and they are excited about what the future holds.
If you're looking to ring in the New Year this weekend with a church service....
In this week's Focus on the Faith we bring you a few options around town for this Christmas Eve.
The River of Life Church got outside the church walls Sunday afternoon to spread a little cheer and a few burgers.
An Abilene Pastor celebrates over four decades of service.
The decorations are up and you've likely got a costume for your kids all set for trick or treating...
College students at McMurry University are looking to make a global impact starting right here in Abilene.
Fields of Faith got underway on Wednesday.
The largest rally of its kind will take place in Abilene in a few days.
An Abilene university is looking for ways to support a non-violent solution to the struggle between Israel and Palestine.
With the West Texas Fair rolling in several churches are looking for ways to get out and help.
It's summer time and already you may be looking for something to keep your kids busy.
In a day and time when many churches focus on a guitar and piano to lead worship, sometimes the organ can be forgotten.
We see them around our city and we support them daily, but Dyess Airmen and Air-women are faced with the challenge of serving 24-7 and being far away from home. As KRBC's Tim Johnston reports, there is a local church that is stepping in to show a little love.
Many people have an addiction that they can't quit and may be ashamed of. As KRBC's Tim Johnston shows us, there is a hope that can be found through the Celebrate Recovery group at New Hope church.
It's been almost a month since the massive earthquake that rocked the country of Haiti, and still there is more work to be done. Which is why one Abilene resident feels called to bring joy to a country in despair.
With Christmas just 23 days away, many parents are looking for that something special for their child, but not everyone can afford to buy expensive gifts. That is where one church is stepping in.
Churches are always looking for new ways to reach out to the community, but crossing hip-hop styles with rock is enough to turn some heads.
Love and Care Ministries reports a 40% increase this year in people who need help getting back on their feet right here in Abilene.
While Halloween is still days away, the Fall Festival at Pioneer Drive Baptist Church is going on right now.
A group from Hillcrest Church of Christ is looking to provide fresh water for clinics treating several villages in Zambia.
View Baptist Church is hosting the final part of a 3-day revival tonight.
This Sunday churches all around the world, and here in Abilene, will be coming together in unity to celebrate a great communion.
50 years...It's often known as the "Golden Anniversary," and for one Abilene church, they celebrated the milestone with joy as they reflected on how God has blessed them over the years.
For college Freshmen, the transition can be challenging. That's why several college ministries are working to help them keep their focus on faith.
From the outside looking in, the FUMC Merkel Block Party looks like it's all fun and games, but for those involved, it has a deeper meaning.
Many have wondered what the old mansion, on Buffalo Gap Rd., will be since the Champions Church bought it. Well, the answer is...
A local church is renovating an old mansion in hopes of reaching out to the Abilene community
Kids and adults are having fun worshipping God together at "Crocodile Dock"
A group travels across the ocean to teach faith to those who have none
Beltway Park Baptist Church is using the internet to reach out to the church family and build community
Angel Food ministries is a way for families to find affordable food in tough times
With the economy getting tight on families, it may be hard to make ends meet. However, some are finding relief through a ministry that is working to help put food on the table.
A group of men who now live behind bars are learning from one another how to be better influences on their children
A prison ministry is taking the time to teach men about how to be better fathers
One church organist makes her way through the transition from traditional hymns to contemporary music
A local food drive from February feeds the hungry a world away in the slums of India
A student project turned into an amazingly real act of charity for one group of students
This years National Day of Prayer brought together members of several churches here in Abilene
The Kairos Prison Ministry has, for many years, shared both physical and spiritual nourishment with prison inmates
Southern Hills Church of Christ and the Adaptive Recreation Center gear up for some fun and dancing at the "Jesus Party."
This group of men meet once a week to share breakfast, stories, and their faith
Psychologist Dr. Marc Orner speaks about the significance of Passover for all religions as well as Judaism.
Pioneer Drive Baptist has been working hard in preparation for the annual Easter Pageant
A small church is demonstrating that you don't need a building to do God's will
40 Days for Life is a 40 day campaign striving to end abortion in not only the nation, but the Abilene community
Counselor, Patrick Heard believes his Christianity is part of what makes him a successful counselor.
Love and Care Ministries founder, Mark Hewitt, comments on his love for the people he ministers to
A 2007 study claims 75 percent of Americans are Christians, but what exactly does it mean to have faith?
Several Abilene Catholics are being honored by the diocese in San Angelo, including an Abilene Priest
Couple Tommy and Carolyn have been running have been teaching others about the wonders of creation for 8 years
Fred Newman at Alva's First Methodist Church went from leading a boy's choir, to leading a peanut butter ensemble
Chaplain, Kevin Bridges, knows what its like to see suffering every day
A Detroit church is offering hope to auto workers