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April 28, 2020

 

 

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COVID-19 challenges Christian relief ministries’ response to spring tornadoes
 

COVID-19 challenges Christian relief ministries’ response to spring tornadoes

 
Members of Churches of Christ adapt practices to serve storm victims during the coronavirus pandemic.
 
 

 
Serving amid COVID-19, husband and wife try to balance safety and compassion
 

Serving amid COVID-19, husband and wife try to balance safety and compassion

 
He leads a disaster relief ministry. She works as an ICU nurse. Avoiding the coronavirus is a challenge.
 
Around the World, May 2020
 

Around the World, May 2020

 

A baptism in Mexico, an earthquake in Central Europe and Christians killed in Nigeria — read these stories from the May issue of The Christian Chronicle.

 
Voices only: Blessings
 

Voices only: Blessings

 

Sweet voices remind us to count our blessings in this week’s Voices only. Plus, a bonus song, featuring five sisters.

 
 

 
For lessons on closed churches, look at 1918 flu pandemic
 

For lessons on closed churches, look at 1918 flu pandemic

 

“But not until the COVID-19 crisis hit did I learn about the global influenza pandemic of 1918 — known colloquially as the Spanish flu — and my family’s connection to it.”

 
When graduation comes with no Pomp and Circumstance
 

When graduation comes with no Pomp and Circumstance

 
Amid the global pandemic, a father reflects on his son’s would-be momentous day.
 
From the editor: Praise for devoted team covering COVID-19 pandemic
 

From the editor: Praise for devoted team covering COVID-19 pandemic

 

When I say that putting together the May print edition of The Christian Chronicle was a true team effort, I’m not exaggerating.

 
 
 
 
 
The Venezuelan diaspora
 

The Venezuelan diaspora

 

Venezuela is home to numerous Iglesias de Cristo (Churches of Christ), and the church members who have left their homeland are breathing new life into the congregations that have taken them in.

 
 
 

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