OCEAN HILLS, CA (January 8, 2010) – Westmont College sophomore Robyn Bickerton was committed to living with her school roommate, Kim, who had just been diagnosed with cancer. Kim had decided she needed to live off campus while undergoing treatment and continuing to pursue her education.
SAN DIEGO, CA (January 8, 2010) – The author of a new book explaining how churches can minister to military families says the Evangelical Covenant Church he and his wife attended 30 years ago remains a model for congregations seeking to extend God’s love to that specific population.
SHOREWOOD, MN (January 8, 2010) – Funeral services for retired Evangelical Covenant Church Pastor Donald Elmberg, 85, will be conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday at Albin Chapel in Eden Prairie. He died December 29.
CHICAGO, IL (January 7, 2010) – New worship and informational resources are available on the Evangelical Covenant Church website for congregations seeking to observe national Human Trafficking Awareness Day this coming Sunday or at other times during the year.
CHICAGO, IL (January 7, 2010) – Special room rates still are available through Friday for attendees to the Connection 2010 conference, to be held January 23-25 at the Sheraton Denver Hotel.
CHICAGO, IL (January 5, 2010) – A recent report from the World Health Organization states that the number of malaria cases dropped significantly in 2009 due to wider use of mosquito nets, a fact that points to the importance of this year’s Children’s Service Project, says David Husby, director of Covenant World Relief.
NORQUAY, SK (January 5, 2010) – A memorial service will be conducted on Friday for Keith C. Fullerton, retired Evangelical Covenant Church pastor and former superintendent of the Evangelical Covenant Church of Canada, who died suddenly Sunday evening.
NORQUAY, SK (January 4, 2010) – Services are pending for Keith C. Fullerton, retired Evangelical Covenant Church pastor and former superintendent of the Evangelical Covenant Church of Canada, who died suddenly Sunday evening.
MINNEDOSA, MB (January 4, 2010) – The Kernels of Hope program led by Covenanter Ray Baloun raised $326,000 in 2009 to feed thousands of Sudanese and train farmers there in sustainable agriculture techniques.