September 4, 2018
Botham Shem Jean was the victim of a police officer who entered his apartment, mistaking it for her own, according to authorities.
Related: Voices only: Remembering Botham Shem Jean
In small-town Texas, a dying church becomes the focus of a ministry to ‘revive us again.’
Related: A ‘big’ step for one of America’s largest Churches of Christ
“Things go wrong because the world is in turmoil, not because God’s picking and choosing who to take out at a certain time,” minister says.
After 22 years of service, Lynn McMillon has notified the Chronicle’s board of trustees that it is time to begin a transition for leadership of the publication.
Click the photo above to read more about Lynn and Joy’s time with and dedication to the Chronicle.
Related: The Christian Chronicle is seeking a new Chief Executive Officer
• Longtime Harding theology professor Jack P. Lewis dies
• Beloved professor Harvey Floyd dies at 87
Christians gather at Polishing the Pulpit to sing ‘The Greatest Commands’
Committed A Cappella Chorus joins with participants of the Worship Leader Institute to sing about Sunday morning.
Know your purpose. Be flexible. Coordinate with local churches and missionaries. These are among the suggestions offered by trip coordinators.
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