February 4, 2020
The February issue of The Christian Chronicle is here.
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Pepperdine University suspends its Shanghai study-abroad program as Harding University students and staff gather to pray for those they know in the areas facing the highest risk of the Coronavirus.
The Chronicle’s CEO shares experiences from the Medical Missions Conference — including the presentations he made alongside his physician wife.
Two Ohio churches decide to merge after 60 years apart.
A church building near Glasgow, Ky., suffers major damage after a truck driver fell asleep at the wheel, investigators say.
A former Oklahoma Christian University student returns to teach the campus’ first African-American studies courses, nearly 51 years after he and others were kicked out of school “in an incident tinged with racial undertones.”
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Faith inspired Jerry Mitchell, a Harding University graduate and longtime member of a Church of Christ in Mississippi.
The legendary investigative reporter’s long-awaited memoir “Race Against Time” hits bookstores Tuesday, Feb. 4.
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