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May 23, 2024

 

 

Nic Fraraccio works at his desk at The Christian Chronicle office in Oklahoma City.

Meet Nic Fraraccio.

Nic is a journalism major at Harding University in Searcy, Ark. He’s serving as The Christian Chronicle’s news intern this summer, working out of our office in Oklahoma City. Read Nic’s column on his passion for God and storytelling.

Speaking of the Chronicle’s people, we are excited to appoint Audrey Jackson, who joined us as associate editor nearly three years ago, as managing editor. Read more about Audrey’s growing role.

Finally, we are pleased to report that the Chronicle earned 12 awards — including first-place honors in five categories — in the “Best of the Church Press” contest sponsored by the Associated Church Press. Check out the full list of winners.

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Our Top Stories

 
‘God doesn’t see the borders’
 

‘God doesn’t see the borders’

 

Brazilian missionaries follow immigrants to Florida.

Audrey Jackson reports from Pompano Beach, Fla.

 
 

 
Black Christians call for permanent ceasefire in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
 

Black Christians call for permanent ceasefire in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

 

The petitioners request Churches of Christ participate in an ‘international reconciliation conversation.’

Audrey Jackson reports.

 
Longtime campus minister washed feet — and dishes — and changed thousands of lives
 

Longtime campus minister washed feet — and dishes — and changed thousands of lives

 

Former students remember the far-reaching impact Monty Daffern made.

Read the tribute by Chellie Ison.

 
Adopted by Dawgs
 

Adopted by Dawgs

 

After 25 years, a small Church of Christ in Athens, Ga., is still committed to its campus community.

Read Erik Tryggestad’s Insight column.

 
 

 
Editorial: Faith, politics and the true Kingdom of God
 

Editorial: Faith, politics and the true Kingdom of God

 

Are Christians letting their faith shape their politics, or vice versa?<

Read the editorial by Jeremie Beller.

 
Sharing a Great Supper with a great servant
 

Sharing a Great Supper with a great servant

 

Despite early onset Alzheimer’s, Brazilian soccer star turned evangelist still preaches repentance.

Erik Tryggestad reports.

 
A full-circle journey of faith down under
 

A full-circle journey of faith down under

 

For Oklahoma brothers, bucket-list trip to Australia brings back 60-year-old mission memories.

Read Alan Phillips’ reflections.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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