January 9, 2018
Happy New Year from The Christian Chronicle.
We hope your 2018 is off to a great start. Here are a few of the stories from our January issue.
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Sharp decline seen in number of freshmen who identify with the numerically declining fellowship.
Whether we’re gathered under a mango tree in the daylight, in a basement room in secret or in a massive, air-conditioned auditorium, when we’re with the church, “We know where we are!”
Keeping Bible camp spirit alive, these young people travel together to Mid-Ohio Valley churches.
What an incredible sight as students gather in a hotel atrium to “fill the building” with songs of praise and worship.
Ten stories that inspired The Christian Chronicle’s Bobby Ross Jr. — and hopefully you — over the past year.
Bailey McBride encourages our readers to spend more time in the Word — and in service to others — in 2018.
Two churches, 1,200 miles apart, come together to provide relief after Hurricane Harvey.
OPINION: Our consumer culture drives us to search for a congregation that offers multiple ministries and programs. But the Gospel gives us no such mandate.
Former Christian Chronicle editor Harold Kent Straughn shares an insightful memoir, told across the branches of the Restoration Movement.
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