CHICAGO, IL (August 9, 2010) – Hardly a week goes by that we do not receive a few comments from readers on stories published as part of the Covenant online news report.
CLYDE, KS (August 6, 2010) – Gary Carlson, a member of the Brantford Evangelical Covenant Church, will serve as coordinator for the Midwest Conference’s partnership with Mountain Village Covenant Church in Alaska.
CHICAGO, IL (August 5, 2010) – The former North Park University students who will be honored as Distinguished Alumni by the school during its Homecoming 2010 celebration serve ministries that assist impoverished people internationally.
CHICAGO, IL (August 3, 2010) – The Evangelical Covenant Church (ECC) is establishing a new donor advancement office to better relate to, support, and engage individuals in their vision for financially investing in God’s work around the world through the Covenant.
LOS ANGELES, CA (August 3, 2010) – More than 1,500 individuals participated in “The Banquet on The Row,” a special event where homeless individuals were the guests of honor. Following are additional moments from that event captured by the camera.
LOS ANGELES, CA (August 3, 2010) – Evangelical Covenant churches partnered with the Fred Jordan Mission to help kick off the first Origins event with “The Banquet on The Row,” at which the homeless were the invited guests.
CHICAGO, IL (August 3, 2010) – The most-read Covenant News Service story in July focused on the death of Kenny Ye, associate pastor of Highrock Covenant Church, and the serious injuries suffered by congregation member Gary Parrett.
CHICAGO, IL (August 2, 2010) – Offices of the Evangelical Covenant Church will relocate to the Covenant’s new administrative home near O’Hare International Airport in mid-September, with a decommissioning service planned for the current building located adjacent to the Swedish Covenant Hospital campus.
CHICAGO, IL (August 2, 2010) – A decommissioning service will be conducted at offices of the Evangelical Covenant Church on August 30, bringing to a close 63 years of shared mission operating out of the facility affectionately known to Covenanters as “5101.”
CHICAGO, IL (July 13, 2010) – Wesley Lindahl, dean of the North Park University School of Business and Nonprofit Management, recently returned from Guangzhou, China, where he taught a two-week intensive change management course with 20 MBA students at Guangdong University of Foreign Studies.