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April 13, 2022

 

 

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‘Beautiful are the faces’
 

‘Beautiful are the faces’

 

Delayed by the pandemic, Alaska’s first statewide lectureship in three years reunites — and reinvigorates — Christians in the Last Frontier.

Bobby Ross Jr. reports from last weekend’s event in Anchorage.

 
 

 
Bono gets Fulbright Prize — with help from ACU administrator
 

Bono gets Fulbright Prize — with help from ACU administrator

 

The U2 lead singer was nominated by the Christian university’s Honors College dean, a lifelong Bono fan.

 
Evangelical Press Association honors Christian Chronicle as top print newspaper
 

Evangelical Press Association honors Christian Chronicle as top print newspaper

 

In all, the Chronicle earned 14 awards in the annual contest.

 
Four decades of ministry — behind the camera
 
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Four decades of ministry — behind the camera

 

In the age of online streaming, a longtime TV ministry based in Tennessee comes to an end.

 
 

 
Abilene Christian University to raise $250 million for widespread improvements
 

Abilene Christian University to raise $250 million for widespread improvements

 
The Texas university’s Higher Ground fundraising campaign aims to improve programs and facilities over the next three years
 
Grace under fire: Remembering the godly, funny people of Ukraine
 

Grace under fire: Remembering the godly, funny people of Ukraine

 

“How is the U.S. the same as the USSR?” Erik Tryggestad asks in a reflective Insight column. Yes, there’s a punchline.

 
Christians in U.S. check off ‘bucket lists’ for Ukraine
 

Christians in U.S. check off ‘bucket lists’ for Ukraine

 
Churches across the nation gather supplies to help refugees in war-torn Eastern Europe — and get a $10,000 boost from TV host Kelly Clarkson.
 
 
 
 
 
Editorial: What it means to love our enemies
 

Editorial: What it means to love our enemies

 
Jesus’ simplest but most challenging teaching is the antidote to endless cycles of violence.
 
A final song, a familiar end
 

A final song, a familiar end

 
Rural Tennessee congregation closes, reflecting trend seen nationwide.
 
 
 

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