Rock Star Cooper Among October’s Most-Read Stories

CHICAGO, IL (November 13, 2012) – Articles about unusual ministries and events were the most-read Covenant News Service stories during October.

Included among them were pieces on a retirement community getting “tagged,” a partnership with rock star Alice Cooper, and a church using role-playing games as a community outreach.

To read these and others click on the links below.

Crafty Graffiti Artists Tag Covenant Village of Cromwell

Block Party Celebrates Unusual Neighbors

Buffalo Covenant Closes Doors, Leaves Living Legacy

8-Year-Old Makes/Takes Stand Against Human Trafficking

Homeless Couple Becomes Pastor’s Spiritual Heroes

Work Begins On Low-Income Housing Facility

Performance Fit for A King and Queen

Ashram Cancelled as Residents Brace for Storm

Registration Open for 2013 Midwinter Conference

Role-Play Games Provide Reach into Community

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  1. The women of Covenant Village in Golden Valley in Minnesota have embarked on a
    interesting project to help babies in Africa. They have knitted wool caps for infants
    and sewed dresses out of pillow cases for youbg girls. What a wonderful way to share
    our abundance for those less fortunate.

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