CHICAGO, IL (July 30, 2010) – A new Covenant iPhone application is now available free through the Apple iTunes Store that allows users to check the daily Covenant Newswire online news report and locate Covenant churches throughout North America using a mapping feature.
LAKE GENEVA, WI (July 30, 2010) – A recent walk sponsored by Covenant Harbor Bible Camp and Conference Center to raise funds for Break the Chains proved to be an educational outreach as well as a way to raise funds.
GRAND RAPIDS, MI (July 28, 2010) – Summer is a time when many church youth groups participate in mission trips, but a growing number of high school and college students at Thornapple Covenant Church are serving as interns at Grand Rapids inner-city social service organizations.
CHAPEL HILL, NC (July 28, 2010) – Faith and Leadership, a website published by Duke Divinity School, recently highlighted the Evangelical Covenant Church, emphasizing that the denomination has far more influence on church leadership and theology than its size might suggest.
ROCHESTER, MN (July 27, 2010) – Although the Rochester Covenant Church sustained damage caused by a series of tornadoes that ripped through the area on June 17, the congregation is focusing on helping neighbors who suffered far worse and still are seeking relief.
TOKYO, JAPAN (July 26, 2010) – On a hot Sunday afternoon this past weekend, Japan Covenanters gathered in the chapel at Covenant Seminary in Tokyo for a service of consecration for Pastor Shunichi Miyamoto and his wife, Masako.
WASHINGTON D.C. (July 25, 2010) – Ruth Hill choked back tears as she told women gathered at Triennial XIII Saturday that she would not seek re-election as executive minister of the Department of Women Ministries of the Evangelical Covenant Church.
WASHINGTON, D.C (July 25, 2010) – In her last sermon to a Triennial as the Department of Women Ministries executive minister, Ruth Hill declared to the gathering that “your very lives are a letter of transformation,” and then asked, “so what are people reading in you?”
WASHINGTON, D.C. (July 24, 2010) – It was her battle with anorexia that captured much of the media spotlight for 2008 Miss America Kirsten Haglund, but it was the inner struggle with personal identity and her relationship with God that consumed her waking hours, Haglund told hundreds of women gathered today for Triennial XIII at the Omni Shoreham Hotel.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (July 23, 2010) – Nice girls versus good women – that was the contrast painted Friday morning by author, much-in-demand speaker and global engagement advocate Lynne Hybels as she addressed hundreds of women filling the ballroom of the Omni Shoreham Hotel as part of Triennial XIII, which concludes Sunday.