Race, Reflections from Peterson and Snodgrass Most-Read Stories

CHICAGO, IL (January 8, 2015) — Articles about race were the most-read Covenant News Service stories for the second month in a row last month. Covenanters also focused on the reflections of two leaders who have profoundly impacted the denomination for decades: Bruce Peterson, who retired after 37 years as executive director at Covenant Pines camp; and Klyne Snodgrass, who is retiring as Paul W. Brandel professor of New Testament studies at North Park Seminary this year.

To read these stories and others, click on the links below.

Voices: All Lives Matter, But Stop Saying It

Churches, Employees Should Consider ACA Tax Ramifications

Covenanters Engage in Rallies

Peterson Steps Down after 37 Years Guiding Covenant Pines

Snodgrass: Festschrift an Unparalleled Honor

Five for Friday: Stripping off Band Aid, Heaven Goes to the Dogs, Facebook Cautions

Obituary: Loyd Johnson

Ministry in Detroit Leading Local Japanese to Faith

Five for Friday: What Are We Talking About? Fictional Robots, Persecution Flowchart

One Church’s Decision to Plant Others Has Stretched Generations

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