North Park Theological Seminary professor Soong-Chan Rah and his eighteen-year-old daughter, Annah, plan to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa, this July in an effort to encourage people to sponsor children through Covenant Kids Congo (CKC).
I WAS STUNNED to learn that as recently as the 20th century, some infant girls in Korea, particularly those born into poor families, were not given names by their parents—ever. These nameless girls were born unwanted in a society that […]
CHICAGO, IL (May 31, 2019) – Covenanters routinely share links to social media articles and videos that Covenant News Service believes may be of interest to others. Each Friday we post five of them. Following is a sample of those […]
A new Covenant Kids Congo (CKC) project could save a hundred lives each year by providing a consistent source of clean water to the local hospital. Currently the hospital only has access to clean water three hours a week.
Pastor Nandu Tadokha was praying for his attackers shortly before he died last month. The 58-year-old Hindustani Covenant Church (HCC) pastor was assaulted April 24 by religious extremists while he was walking home from preaching in one of the 10 villages he served, according to witnesses. Despite suffering severe internal injuries, he was able to walk to a hospital. He died several days later.
Fanchon Kelley served as a global intern at Immanuelskyrkan (Immanuel International Church) in Stockholm, Sweden, last summer. The Global Internships program through Serve Globally provides opportunities to learn, serve, and gain intercultural experience as interns work alongside national partners and missionaries. In June Kelley is returning to Stockholm for her second internship.
Enrollees in the Bethany Benefit Service health insurance plan can earn $200 through a new wellness initiative intended to spur participants to seek preventative care and make lifestyle changes.
The ethnically diverse audience was a rarity in this city where 87 percent of the 200,000 residents are white. They had come to the Gathering House Covenant Church and Café to hear poetry, a music trio, and a talk on racial reconciliation as well as celebrate Women’s History Month.