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August 3, 2021

 

 

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A place to grow and learn about Jesus
 

A place to grow and learn about Jesus

 

After a year with no camp, North Carolina tradition returns with rock, paper, scissors, devotionals and lots of enthusiasm.

 
 

 
Searching teens find spiritual depth
 

Searching teens find spiritual depth

 

Campers are encouraged and challenged in their faith as they return to summer camp in Oregon.

 
After a year without camp, lyrics are hard to remember. God’s presence isn’t.
 

After a year without camp, lyrics are hard to remember. God’s presence isn’t.

 

I doubt any of the kids sitting around the campfire noticed me stumbling over the lyrics. But I did. “I’ve led this song so many times,” I mentally scolded myself. “Well, not recently. Not in the last year.” That’s when I broke down.

 
Video: Panel discusses how Christians should respond to same-sex marriage
 

Video: Panel discusses how Christians should respond to same-sex marriage

 

In a special live event Monday, The Christian Chronicle’s Editorial Board talked to Sally Gary and Guy Hammond. Watch the video.

 
 

 
Around the World: COVID-19 prayer in Honduras, virtual Caribbean lectures and more quick takes
 

Around the World: COVID-19 prayer in Honduras, virtual Caribbean lectures and more quick takes

 

Around the World is our monthly rundown of news briefs, links and quotes from Churches of Christ all over the globe. Got an idea for this column? Email Erik Tryggestad at [email protected]

 
Across the Nation: Blue skies and rainbows, cooling centers and more quick takes
 

Across the Nation: Blue skies and rainbows, cooling centers and more quick takes

 

Across the Nation is our monthly rundown of news briefs, links and quotes from Churches of Christ across the U.S. Got an idea for this column? Email Bobby Ross Jr. at [email protected]

 
‘Bless us through our enemies’
 

‘Bless us through our enemies’

 

In troubled West Africa, the Bible’s words of comfort for captives are alarmingly relevant.

 
 
 
 
 
An open letter to fellow Christians: Please get the COVID-19 vaccine
 
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An open letter to fellow Christians: Please get the COVID-19 vaccine

 

Church elder makes a biblical case for helping to end the pandemic.

 
Dedicated to the incarcerated
 
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Dedicated to the incarcerated

 

Louisiana church member brings the Gospel and much-needed consistency into the lives of prisoners.

 
 
 

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