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February 8, 2024

 

 

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‘Momma, I can see Jesus’
 

‘Momma, I can see Jesus’

 

“Momma, I can see Jesus,” Hattie Jo Collins said on the night before she died.

The tornado victim’s parents have started the Magnolia Foundation to serve other families who experience the pain of losing a child.

Bobby Ross Jr. reports from Cookeville, Tenn.

 
 

 
They live to tell the story
 

They live to tell the story

 

Like Hattie Jo Collins, Rex Fleming keeps blessing others — through the efforts of his family and the P4X Foundation.

Read Cheryl Mann Bacon’s reflections.

 
A Revelation (or two) at Freed-Hardeman
 

A Revelation (or two) at Freed-Hardeman

 

Christian university’s Bible lectureship explores the many applications of a misunderstood book.

Read Erik Tryggestad’s Insight column from Henderson, Tenn.

 
Church plants come of age
 

Church plants come of age

 

As congregations decline across the U.S., an Oklahoma church has planted three congregations — two at the same time. One just moved into its new home.

Erik Tryggestad reports from Edmond, Okla.

 
 

 
Trip conjures nostalgia for time spent at Abilene Christian University
 

Trip conjures nostalgia for time spent at Abilene Christian University

 

Editor travels to West Texas to report on debate over sexual stewardship policy.

Read Bobby Ross Jr.’s Inside Story column from Abilene, Texas.

 
Across the Nation: A living legend, new leadership and more quick takes
 

Across the Nation: A living legend, new leadership and more quick takes

 

A Living Legend Award for James O. Maxwell, a new president and vice president for 21st Century Christian and more national news.

Read our latest briefs.

 
For Cuba, a time of stress — and salvation
 

For Cuba, a time of stress — and salvation

 

On the latest Christian Chronicle podcast, hear Cuban minister Tony Fernandez reflect on why the church is growing in that socialist island nation.

Also, Greg Smith of the Pew Research Center talks about the latest data on “nones,” Americans who claim no religious affiliation.

And Irene and Willie Masters — born five hours apart on Jan. 13, 1934 — discuss their faith. Now 90 years old, they’ve devoted their entire adult lives to serving the church and sharing the Gospel.

Listen to the podcast, hosted by B.T. Irwin.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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