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January 8, 2019

 

 

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Cyntoia Brown: Lipscomb University ‘changed my life’
 

Cyntoia Brown: Lipscomb University ‘changed my life’

 
In a closely watched case, Tennessee governor grants clemency to inmate who killed man when she was 16.
Brown said, “You don’t truly realize how amazing of an opportunity education is until you’ve experienced LIFE.”
 
 

 
The church on death row
 

The church on death row

 
A prison ministry in Nebraska helps the vilest offenders become evangelistic communities of faith.
 
Ohio Valley University names new president
 

Ohio Valley University names new president

 

“I have a great love for OVU and Christian education. I want to lead the university to be the university of choice for all citizens seeking Christian education in this area.”

 
In 2019, what unites us?
 

In 2019, what unites us?

 

Too often, it seems, we — including those of us here at the Chronicle — focus on the issues that divide our fellowship. However, we want 2019 to be different.

 
 

 
Final Pan Am Lectureship reaches Cuba
 

Final Pan Am Lectureship reaches Cuba

 

“Recently, 96 believers participated in the 53rd and final lectureship. The mission-minded men and women visited a city that would have been nearly impossible for them to visit in 1965 — Havana, Cuba.” 

 
‘The Hate U Give’ helps us pursue unity
 

‘The Hate U Give’ helps us pursue unity

 

“The movie does more than portray feelings associated with racial and social injustice. It provides a forum for discussion.”

 
Voices only: Ezekiel Saw De Wheel
 

Voices only: Ezekiel Saw De Wheel

 

Do you know of a video you’d like us to consider for Voices only in 2019? Send your submissions to [email protected].

 
Voices only: Happy New Year (almost)
 

Voices only: Happy New Year (almost)

 

No more “almost” about it. Happy New Year!! We hope your 2019 is off to a good start. Here’s our last Voices only of 2018.

 
 
 
 
 
2018 in quotes
 

2018 in quotes

 

A look back at some of the quotes that made 2018 a year to remember.

 
 
 

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