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March 21, 2024

 

 

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Tornado levels Indiana church building
 

Tornado levels Indiana church building

 

Congregation somber but hopeful after the storm, as fellow Christians help with the disaster relief effort.

Calvin Cockrell reports.

 
 

 
Tipton Children’s Home celebrates 100 years
 

Tipton Children’s Home celebrates 100 years

 

In a tiny Oklahoma town, kids served by the ministry find support, family — and pigs.

Cheryl Mann Bacon reports from Tipton, Okla.

 
CHRISTeens puts focus on forgiveness
 
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CHRISTeens puts focus on forgiveness

 

Youth conference in Arkansas draws 1,100 students from six states.

Jay Grelen reports from Russellville, Ark.

 
Team finds the good in a tough, tough season
 

Team finds the good in a tough, tough season

 

This story from Oklahoma Christian Academy is every bit as inspiring as that of the movie “Hoosiers,” about the fictional Indiana team coached by Gene Hackman.

Read Erik Tryggestad’s Insight column.

 
 

 
Workbook ponders biblical approach to gender roles
 

Workbook ponders biblical approach to gender roles

 

“Five Conversations on Men and Women for Church Leaders” was written by Renée Sproles and Bobby Harrington.

Read the book review by Lindsey Russell.

 
Women’s role more than casseroles
 
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Women’s role more than casseroles

 

Stories of women serving in notable ways abound in the Bible and resonate today.

Read the guest column by Ann Freeman Gray.

 
‘God will provide’: Preacher loses house in Texas wildfire
 
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‘God will provide’: Preacher loses house in Texas wildfire

 

“You can replace things, but lives and souls — you can’t replace those,” Shawn Davis says.

Bobby Ross Jr. reports from Canadian, Texas


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Hear Shawn Davis tell his story, in his own words, in the latest episode of The Christian Chronicle podcast. Also in this episode, learn about a new radio partnership between the Chronicle and Herald of Truth. And meet an 11-year-old baker from a Church of Christ in Abilene, Texas, who competed on the Food Network. Listen to the podcast.

 
 
 
 
 
Editorial: At such a time as this, we are called to serve
 

Editorial: At such a time as this, we are called to serve

 

Our call is to walk into danger to save others, at such a time as this.

Read Cheryl Mann Bacon’s editorial.

 
Voices only: ‘Big God’
 

Voices only: ‘Big God’

 

“The only remedy for big odds is a big God!” sing Lubbock Christian’s Best Friends.

Watch the video selected by Erik Tryggestad.

 
 
 

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