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Activities Filled, Staff Openings at Covenant Camps

Summer programs at Evangelical Covenant Church camps are filling up within minutes after registration opens, according to some executive directors. As late as a month ago some camps were still determining whether they would offer summer activities. Now they are racing […]

Covenant Partners Providing Aid to India, Nepal

Covenant World Relief and Development is supporting longtime partners in India and Nepal to help purchase medicine, food, and other necessities as Covid-19 rages through the region. Covenanters can contribute to the effort online and specify disaster relief for India […]

Companion Garners 7 Evangelical Press Association Awards

The Covenant Companion was honored with seven awards last week at the Evangelical Press Association (EPA), including second place in the best denominational magazine category The awards were announced Friday. The EPA consists of more than 300 members: periodicals, organizations […]

Latest in Features

Optimistic Sunflowers

Why does one keep opening the packet, extracting the seed, and pushing it down into the soil with no guarantee of a green answer?

Paying Tribute

What does Jesus tell us about engaging in government today?

Good Soil

Ministry Spotlight: The Santiago Partnership

In Step with the Body of Christ

I have always understood the purpose of the church as having others to walk alongside you. How lonely would our journey of faith be if we traveled alone.

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Keep the Hope Fires Burning

“So tending to hope requires breath—not only the monitoring of our own breathing in self-care, but the continual breath of the Holy Spirit.”

A Brittle Examination

Prayer, if authentic, requires honesty. And honesty before God requires being honest with myself.

Shhh…Listen Closely

The angel tells him to do something critically important: Eat and take a nap. It’s almost ridiculous, isn’t it?