COV Sparks: The Outsiders, Recovering My Hallelujah, Soul Training

CHICAGO, IL (March 10, 2017) —COV Sparks, the downloadable discussion guide for small-groups,
Sunday school classes, and personal enrichment based on articles from the March/April issue of The Covenant Companion, is available now. It features questions designed for reflection, journaling, and small-group interaction.

Articles in the issue include:

The Outsiders

Covenant camping calls us to deeper community in unique ways. Beth Fredrickson writes about how our camps are impacting lives throughout the denomination.

Recovering My Hallelujah in the Volunteer Choir

Helen Cepero’s participation in an Easter choir gave her a new outlook following a move to Anchorage.

Reimagine That—Evangelism

In the midst of ongoing cultural shifts and growing polarization, the role of the church is especially vital today. A conversation between Beth Seversen, director of evangelism, and Michelle Sanchez, executive minister of Make and Deepen Disciples, explores why we still need to be evangelists.

Soul Training

Through his experience in a rigorous training regimen, Jeff Strong applies lessons on physical fitness to his discipleship to Jesus.

COV Sparks questions are also available for Companion columnists C. John Weborg, Jelani Greenidge, Diana Trautwein, and José Humphreys.



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