DENVER, CO (January 29, 2010) – “It has been a real team effort,” said Covenant World Relief (CWR) Director David Husby in describing the work involved in responding to the Haiti earthquake and in particular in setting up the new Haiti Relief Fund, which President Gary Walter reported has reached the $500,000 mark.
DENVER, CO (January 28, 2010) – Noel Castellanos, the CEO of the Christian Community Development Association, said Thursday morning that the transformative power of God he had known in his own life and family inspires him to work for a more just and caring world.
DENVER, CO (January 27, 2010) – The What’s Your One Step? emphasis introduced at the Midwinter Pastors Conference today encourages Covenanters that each of them has a gift to help move another person “one step closer to Christ.”
DENVER, CO (January 26, 2010) – Continuing the theme of The Necessity of the New Birth, Tuesday evening’s Midwinter Pastors Conference speaker explored what it is that helps people grow deeper in Christ.
DENVER, CO (January 26, 2010) – There is no cookie cutter approach to individual spiritual growth – it is not something that can be mass-produced, but rather must be handcrafted for each individual.
Denver, CO (January 26, 2010) – Participants at this year’s Connection event held January 23–25, prior to the Midwinter Conference at the Sheraton Hotel, were inspired to engage the theme, “The Beautiful Struggle.”
CHICAGO, IL (January 26, 2010) – In honor of the upcoming 125th anniversary of the Evangelical Covenant Church, The Covenant Companion is publishing readers’ thoughts and reflections on Covenant identity throughout the year.
DENVER, CO (January 25, 2010) – “These four words – your sins are forgiven – are still the most powerful words on earth. When you are forgiven, you are not the same – you are transformed.”
CHICAGO, IL (January 25, 2010) – It’s late and the pastor’s telephone rings with the tragic news that a couple’s newborn has just died unexpectedly at the hospital. “Can you please come?” a frantic voice implores.