When Joyce Boggess began researching her ancestry, she never expected to find herself face to face with the descendants of the Southern family who once enslaved her family. Now, with a calm resolve, Joyce seeks opportunities to share stories of African American history—her own family’s and those of her hometown, Freeport, Illinois.
The Day I’ll Never Forget How the trauma of 9/11 brought me to a new awakening by Michelle Sanchez as told to Erin Chan Ding | September 10, 2019 A decade and a half before Michelle Sanchez began serving as [...]
Opportunities Plentiful for Churches to Reach Boomers by Stan Friedman | August 23, 2019 Churches are missing crucial opportunities to evangelize and disciple baby boomers, who make up nearly 20 percent of the population and are eager to make a [...]
Reconciling with the Earth: Audubon Covenant Church by Jordan Cone | August 20, 2019 A swarm of bicycles wind their way through the Florida neighborhood surrounding Audubon Covenant Church, toting an assortment of gardening tools. The cyclists are volunteers with [...]
Stories That Shaped My Faith Suprised by Joy by Julie Anderson | July 29, 2019 When I was a senior at North Park University, a friend asked me to become his “joy ambassador.” He explained that he wanted me to [...]
Committed to the Dream How his own path to education prepared the retiring CHET president to lead a new generation of Latino and Latina students to serve the church An interview with Ed Delgado by Stan Friedman | July 25, [...]
Looking Ahead with 30/30 Vision Introducing Young Leaders Who Are Developing Their Call in the Covenant by Erin Chan Ding | July 3, 2019 Inside a church in Sacramento, California, a group of four young pastors spread out hundreds of [...]