MINNEAPOLIS, MN (APRIL 21, 2010) – Three hundred and fifty students and youth workers from across the Northwest Conference of the Evangelical Covenant Church converged on First Covenant Church in Minneapolis for M.O.V.E. 2010 – a weekend of teaching, worship, service and experiential learning.
NEW LONDON, NH (April 21, 2010) – A funeral service for former Evangelical Covenant Church minister Alf E. Jacobson, 86, will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday at the local First Baptist Church. He died Sunday.
CHICAGO, IL (April 20, 2010) – For 125 years, Covenanters have been following Jesus together. This year as we celebrate 125 years of denominational life, The Covenant Companion is publishing a series of reader reflections on topics of Covenant identity.
BARCELONA, SPAIN (April 20, 2010) – Evangelical Covenant Church leaders who traveled to Europe for an International Federation of Free Evangelical Churches (IFFEC) meeting last week either never arrived or now cannot get home due to volcano ash that has closed airports throughout Europe.
NOME, AK (April 20, 2010) – Fifty years to the day that KICY radio broadcast its first signal, more than 400 people attended a banquet Saturday celebrating the ministry’s outreach to Alaska and the Russian Far East.
SOLDATNA, AK (April 19, 2010) – An agreement between North Park University and Alaska Christian College (ACC) has given students from the Alaskan Bush the opportunity to attend the Chicago school.
CHICAGO, IL (April 16, 2010) – In her first month as a hospital chaplain, Kari Lindholm-Johnson witnessed a family grieving the death of their infant. The tragic loss affected her deeply, and Lindholm-Johnson began to struggle with how people cope with suffering.
WELLINGTON, FL (April 16, 2010) – New Village Council member Anne Gerwig laughs about the photo spreading across “Twitter verse” that shows her taking the oath of office while placing her left hand on an phone running the popular YouVersion Bible application.
PUNE, INDIA (April 15, 2010) – The Hindustani Covenant Church (HCC) invited 60 prostitutes for lunch in a yard in front of its national offices. The women arrived on rickshaws paid for by the church.