Cancer is the illness that seems to touch everyone—most of us have a friend or loved one who has traveled this journey. An experience with cancer often forces us to confront mortality and what matters in life while giving us time to consider those questions. These Covenanters graciously share a glimpse of their experience with “the big C.”
Last summer I worked my way through a massive biography of Thomas Cranmer, the archbishop of Canterbury during the reigns of Henry VIII, his ill-fated son Edward VI, and, briefly, Henry’s oldest daughter, Mary.
DENVER, CO (October 29, 2018) – George Peter Magnuson, who served multiple Covenant congregations and the Central Conference, died Thursday, October 18. He was 84. George was born October 8, 1934, in Chicago to Raymond and Astrid Magnuson. He attended […]
CHICAGO, IL (October 29, 2018) – Evangelical Covenant Church President John Wenrich released a statement today in response to the mass shooting at Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life synagogue on Saturday: In the wake of the tragedy in Pittsburgh, we grieve […]
HINSDALE, IL (October 22, 2018) – Lars Stromberg, pastor of Hinsdale Covenant Church, hopes “The 5101 Podcast,” which he recently launched, will give Covenanters another way to stay connected while hearing different voices on issues and ministries throughout the denomination […]
CHICAGO, IL (October 22, 2018) — A recent thread of comments on the Covenant Ministerium Facebook page revealed that while many people in the denomination enthusiastically support women in ministry, female clergy are still subjected to sexist and demeaning comments […]