CHICAGO, IL (March 15, 2010) – The Haiti Relief Fund of the Evangelical Covenant Church has passed the $1 million mark, Executive Board members learned during their meeting this past weekend.
CHICAGO, IL (February 23, 2010) – The July issue of inSpirit magazine will be the final edition of the 32-year-old publication, according to a decision reached this past weekend by the Women Ministries Leadership Team, which includes elected members and Women Ministries presidents from each Evangelical Covenant Church conference.
CHICAGO, IL (February 23, 2010) – Candidate interviews are scheduled to begin this fall for a new president of North Park Theological Seminary (NPTS), according to an announcement today by Scott W. Bolinder, a member of the North Park University Board of Trustees and chair of the NPTS Leadership Search Committee.
CHICAGO, IL (February 19, 2010) – David Husby, director of Covenant World Relief, said its partner, Medical Teams International, still is in “urgent need” of physicians who have experience with developing countries to help in Haiti.
CHICAGO, IL (February 10, 2009) – World Relief International is seeking grief and trauma counselors to help with work in Haiti. Counselors who speak French or Creole are especially needed.
CHICAGO, IL (January 22, 2010) – Efrem D. Smith has been nominated to replace Evelyn M.R. Johnson as superintendent of the Pacific Southwest Conference of the Evangelical Covenant Church (ECC), it was announced today.
CHICAGO, IL (January 21, 2010) – Plans call for live broadcasting of evening worship services and morning plenary sessions during next week’s Midwinter Pastors Conference in Denver, Colorado.
CHICAGO, IL (January 20, 2010) – Exactly one week after an earthquake leveled Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and other parts of the country, online donations to Covenant World Relief’s Haiti Disaster Fund have surpassed the $100,000 mark.
CHICAGO, IL (January 19, 2010) – The search is under way for a new president and dean of North Park Theological Seminary to replace Dr. John E. Phelan, who announced last fall his decision to conclude 14 years of administrative service and transition to a faculty appointment.