ORLAND PARK, IL (March 4, 2010) – When Hope Covenant Church’s Assistant Pastor Ryan Cooper and his wife, Sunni, traveled from Illinois to Beaumont, Texas, last month to pick up their newly adopted baby, their “family” grew larger than they even expected.
MERCER ISLAND, WA (March 3, 2010) – Ken Lottis had plenty of experience ministering to college students in the United States and was confident his approach would be as effective in doing the same kind of outreach work in Brazil.
CHICAGO, IL (March 2, 2010) – Three Covenant Church of Chile (CCC) leaders and their immediate families are reported to be safe following Saturday’s earthquake that killed more than 700 people, but no word has been received about the status of others.
RANCAGUA, CHILE (March 2, 2010) – “It was the most terrifying minute of my life,” said Evangelical Covenant Church minister Henoch Fuentes, who was awakened when an earthquake and numerous aftershocks devastated much of the country early Saturday morning.
MCALLEN, TX (March 1, 2010) – Evangelical Covenant Church (ECC) leaders say downed communication systems have prevented them from learning the fate of Covenant Church of Chile (CCC) congregations following the 8.8 magnitude earthquake that devastated parts of the country early Saturday morning.
MCALLEN, TX (March 1, 2010) – Several Evangelical Covenant churches have contacted Covenant Merge Ministries with offers of help and support teams to work in Chile, but Executive Director Dale Lusk said Sunday it is too soon after the earthquake to begin planning trips.
CHICAGO, IL (March 1, 2009) – A memorial service for retired Evangelical Covenant Church Pastor Richard Swanson, 90, will be conducted at 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 20, at North Park Covenant Church in Chicago.
CHICAGO, IL (February 27, 2010) – No word has yet been received of any Covenanters who may have been negatively affected by the devastating 8.8 magnitude earthquake that struck not far from Santiago, Chile, early this morning.
CHICAGO, IL (February 27, 2010) – Covenant World Relief (CWR) is in conversation with its partner World Relief International and is closely monitoring developments following the 8.8 magnitude earthquake that devastated parts of Chile early this morning, claiming as many as 80 lives.