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February 29, 2024

 

 

Our March issue is online!

Check out the fully interactive March 2024 PDF edition of The Christian Chronicle now.

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Our Top Stories

 
Church members’ homes destroyed in Texas Panhandle wildfire
 

Church members’ homes destroyed in Texas Panhandle wildfire

 

At least a half-dozen families who attend Churches of Christ must rebuild after the largest blaze in Texas history.

Bobby Ross Jr. reports.

 
 

 
‘Jehovah Nissi’
 

‘Jehovah Nissi’

 

In a divided world, Sunset Vision Workshop proclaims, “The Lord is my banner.”

Erik Tryggestad reports from Lubbock, Texas.

 
Editorial: As truth-seeking Christians, we must be willing to listen
 

Editorial: As truth-seeking Christians, we must be willing to listen

 

“If our goal is to get to the truth — and it should be — we have to be willing, in humility, to hear perspectives with which we don’t agree.”

Read Calvin Cockrell’s editorial.

 
 

 
Lessons Grandmama taught me
 
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Lessons Grandmama taught me

 

Loved one’s passing prompts reflections on her impact, even when she didn’t know it.

Read B.T. Irwin’s column.

Also, catch up on The Christian Chronicle Podcast, hosted by Irwin.

Listen to the latest episode, featuring segments on minister burnout, Black History Month and a waiting list for people who want to hear the Gospel.

 
Book offers clarity on a biblical view of LGBTQ+ relationships
 

Book offers clarity on a biblical view of LGBTQ+ relationships

 

“Our world is knee-deep in gender confusion, and our churches and families are not immune. Under tremendous cultural pressure, we find ourselves caught between traditional sexual ethics on the one hand and a desire to be loving and welcoming to everyone on the other.”

Read Jimmy Adcox’s review of Rubel Shelly’s book.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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