Ever since I first saw it, the 1999 movie The Big Kahuna has stuck with me.
Pentecost and the Welcoming Love of God
Brad Johnson was looking forward to his camping trip last September. […]
Discovering Christ in the crevices of creation
Nowadays every flight between McAllen, Texas, and Dallas or Houston carries some Central Americans […]
I WAS STUNNED to learn that as recently as the 20th century, some infant girls in Korea, particularly those born into poor families, were not given names by their parents—ever. These nameless girls were born unwanted in a society that […]
Lately I have been reading Michael Massing’s massive Fatal Discord, an account of the relationship between the sixteenth-century scholar Desiderius Erasmus and the reformer Martin Luther. Erasmus was a typical academic: happiest when surrounded by his books. He longed for […]
One of the more obvious ways I feel like my culture is at odds with evangelicalism is in our approach to power. I’m part of the hip-hop generation. For us, power is an ever-present topic of thought and conversation—who has […]
The Freedom from Religion Foundation, or FFRF, dropped its litigation to have the clergy housing allowance declared unconstitutional.
CHICAGO, IL (June 7, 2019) – Covenanters routinely share links to social media articles and videos that may be of interest to others. Each Friday Covenant News Service posts five of them. Following is a sample of those submissions—their inclusion […]
North Park Theological Seminary professor Soong-Chan Rah and his eighteen-year-old daughter, Annah, plan to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa, this July in an effort to encourage people to sponsor children through Covenant Kids Congo (CKC).
CHICAGO, IL (May 31, 2019) – Covenanters routinely share links to social media articles and videos that Covenant News Service believes may be of interest to others. Each Friday we post five of them. Following is a sample of those […]