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May 16, 2024

 

 

The Christian Chronicle’s emotional support specialist, Gandalf, gives the newspaper’s redesign a definitive paws-up.

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P.S. Our emotional support specialist Gandalf, pictured above, gives our redesign a definitive paws-up. For those who asked if we could make the font size a little bigger, the answer is yes. Look for that improvement in the June issue, arriving in mailboxes in the next few weeks.

 

Our Top Stories

 
‘A great, joyful sense of closure’
 

‘A great, joyful sense of closure’

 

For Harding School of Theology, it’s the end of an era after 66 years in Memphis.

Bobby Ross Jr. reports from Memphis, Tenn.

 
 

 
A new vision for urban ministry training in Memphis
 

A new vision for urban ministry training in Memphis

 

Harding School of Theology’s planned move to Arkansas inspires the creation of the Center for Church and City Engagement.

Bobby Ross Jr. reports from Memphis, Tenn.

 
‘We both want to see souls win’
 

‘We both want to see souls win’

 

Basketball-loving brothers — and ministers — on opposite sides of Thunder-Mavericks playoff series.

Nic Fraraccio reports from Oklahoma City.

 
 

 
‘Just a passing thru’
 
  Views  
 
 

‘Just a passing thru’

 

Timeless hymn reminds us to fix our eyes on God during difficult times.

Read the Views column by Scott Russell.

 
Amid rubble, Turkish churches build foundations
 

Amid rubble, Turkish churches build foundations

 

When an earthquake leveled residential buildings last year, Christians helped pull survivors from the rubble. Now they’re creating communities.

Audrey Jackson reports from Turkey.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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