Let the Trap Say Amen is relevant yet also prophetic. It is deeply grounded in the sounds and struggles of contemporary culture, yet the words urge listeners to seek a hope beyond one’s present circumstances.
In his book Who God Says You Are: A Christian Understanding of Identity, Klyne Snodgrass, North Park Theological Seminary emeritus professor of New Testament, writes, “We were created as relational beings, first for relation with God but also with others, as difficult as relations sometimes are. You will never make it on your own, nor will you be healthy trying to.” Yet community can be a tricky thing. As Christ-followers, we experience a tension: we share and do life with others, yet at some point we are inevitably wounded by relationships. […]
KNOXVILLE, TN (July 19, 2018)—“From everyone who has been given much, much will be required” (Luke 12:48). The youth group of Grace Evangelical Covenant Church in Clay, New York, takes those words from Jesus to heart. In their fundraising efforts […]
KNOXVILLE, TN (July 17, 2018)—Every student at CHIC received their own copy of Immerse: Messiah, a New Living Translation of the New Testament. The gifts were made possible thanks to a partnership between the Institute for Bible Reading (IFBR) and […]
It’s finally here. Picking up mere moments from where the first film left off, Incredibles 2 sees the return of everyone’s favorite superfamily—Bob, Helen, Violet, Dash, and Jack-Jack. From the laugh out-loud humor (one sequence involves a raccoon and a […]
CHICAGO, IL (July 2, 2018) — The Cov Sparks downloadable discussion guide is now available for the July/August issue of The Covenant Companion. Based on articles from the current issue of the magazine, COV Sparks provides stimulating questions for Sunday-school classes, […]
MINNEAPOLIS, MN (June 22, 2018) – Sixteen new churches from five conferences were welcomed into membership this morning at the 133rd Annual Meeting of the Evangelical Covenant Church. EAST COAST CONFERENCE Church of the Resurrection East Harlem, New York Pastor: […]
“What do you want to be when you grow up?” Though that question daunts me now that I am in college, when I was five years old it was easy to answer. While most of my peers wanted to be […]