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.
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 [...]