TULSA, OK (February 18, 2010) – Denise McKinney remembers traveling as a child in the backseat of the car as her family drove through the vast expanses of the West on vacation. She learned that getting a positive answer to her question, “Are we there yet?” could take quite some time. She watched as one mile marker after another appeared and disappeared from view.
CHICAGO, IL (February 18, 2010) – Paying attention to how God already is at work among people missionaries are trying to reach was a major focus of two recent events sponsored by the Department of World Mission.
FARMINGTON HILLS, MI (February 17, 2010) – Covenant Community Care, a low-cost medical center in Southeast Detroit, will kick off its Covenant Cares for 10,000 Campaign at 7 p.m. Saturday with a benefit concert at Faith Covenant Church.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI (February 16, 2010) – Ministry partners who are meeting the needs of Haitian survivors amid the devastation left by the January 12 earthquake are inspiring Jeff Anderson, superintendent of the Evangelical Covenant Church of Canada (ECCC).
JAMESTOWN, NY (February 16, 2010) – What do you do with an old factory and a community whose poor and disadvantaged residents need multiple services? In the case of Jamestown, an ecumenical outreach center was the answer.
SEATTLE, WA (February 15, 2010) – Two funeral services will be conducted today for retired Evangelical Covenant Church Pastor and Executive Secretary Emeritus of Christian Education Aaron Markuson, 99, who died Friday.
CHICAGO, IL (February 12, 2010) – One month after an earthquake destroyed Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and surrounding areas, Covenant World Relief has received more than $600,000 in donations, Director David Husby said today.
CHICAGO, IL (February 12, 2010) – Eric Bangeman wrote his master’s thesis on the 19th century Holiness Movement, looked forward to getting a Ph.D., and intended to teach church history. Becoming the managing editor of Ars Technica, an influential technology website, was not in the plans.
CHICAGO, IL (February 10, 2009) – World Relief International is seeking grief and trauma counselors to help with work in Haiti. Counselors who speak French or Creole are especially needed.