Home

Latest in News

Serve Globally Webinars: Transformational Partnership in Times of Crisis

Serve Globally announces a series of webinars focused on mission partnership. Covenant World Relief, now called Covenant World Relief and Development, has long been developing transformational partnerships across cultures and around the world. In these webinars, CWRD partners will share […]

5 Minutes with Jay Catanus and Soong-Chan Rah: A Proclamation of the Future

In June, members of the AACC helped organize a march for justice in Chicago. The primarily Asian crowd marched to support Black Lives Matter for about two miles—starting at one of the oldest Chinese Protestant churches in the Midwest, the Chinese Christian Union Church (CCUC) and making their way to the Progressive Baptist Church, a historic Black church in the Bridgeport community, making stops along the way for prayer, worship, and reflection.

Latest in Features

5 Minutes with Jay Catanus and Soong-Chan Rah: A Proclamation of the Future

In June, members of the AACC helped organize a march for justice in Chicago. The primarily Asian crowd marched to support Black Lives Matter for about two miles—starting at one of the oldest Chinese Protestant churches in the Midwest, the Chinese Christian Union Church (CCUC) and making their way to the Progressive Baptist Church, a historic Black church in the Bridgeport community, making stops along the way for prayer, worship, and reflection.

Doing Justice

Covenanters are practicing presence in their communities in the midst of crisis

Can We Talk?

Long-time editor, Jane K. Swanson-Nystrom says good-bye

Latest in Commentary

The Noteworthy Ordinary

As far as we know, there was nothing particularly noteworthy about this ordinary desert bush until God made it into something special.
Sometimes it happens that way.

Can We Talk?

Long-time editor, Jane K. Swanson-Nystrom says good-bye

Weeds and Lions

“Being vigilant about a roaring lion appeals to me more than being vigilant about weeds.”