And Other Tales of Returning to Church—and Then Staying Home
CHICAGO (July 22, 2020)—Each year the Love Mercy Do Justice mission priority provides grants to ministry projects that seek individual and community transformation through or alongside the local church. Ministries are invited to apply for a Ministry Development Grant, and […]
(July 20, 2020)—Covenant pastors are invited to participate in May We Be One—Pastors Pursuing Racial Righteousness, a one-year journey for pastors, convened by World Vision. The purpose is to create a “community of pastors who are seeking to engage with […]
(July 8, 2020) — The Mosaic Commission of the Evangelical Covenant Church, formerly called the Ethnic Commission, convened a Six-Fold Test Reset Summit last month to discuss how the ECC is living into the Six-Fold Test, especially in the current […]
In May, when churches were in the second month of a nationwide shut- down, John Wenrich, president of the Evangelical Covenant Church, sat down with Ed Stetzer, contributing editor for Christianity Today, executive director of Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College, and interim teaching pastor at Moody Church in Chicago, to talk about ministry and leadership.
By Bob Smietana NORTHBROOK, IL (June 6, 2020) – Robert S. Thornbloom, retired Covenant missionary engineer whose life was devoted to the work of the church in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, died Wednesday, June 3, from complications of […]
(June 25, 2020) – Oceanhills Covenant Church in Santa Barbara, California, has been raising funds for the past eight years for Covenant Kids Congo, a partnership between the Evangelical Covenant Church, World Vision, and the Covenant Church of Congo. Recently […]
By Nilwona Nowlin (June 24, 2020) — On Friday, June 19, Radiant Covenant Church in Renton, Washington, commemorated the Juneteenth holiday with an event they called March to Surrender. Mike Thomas, Radiant’s senior pastor, says the idea for the march […]