September 28, 2021
What will it take for the post-pandemic church to thrive?
An expert panel explored COVID-19’s impact on Churches of Christ — and overall Christian faith in America — during two “Christian Chronicle Live!” panel discussions today.
The Christian college is becoming a university in name to reflect its status as an accredited four-year institution with graduate programs.
Emporia State University president, who also has served three universities associated with Churches of Christ, is first woman appointed to the position.
Former minister Steve Cloer shares his experience looking for a new church home after leaving his preaching career.
Len Feuerhelm reviews Janet Kellogg Ray’s ‘Baby Dinosaurs on the Ark?: The Bible and Modern Science and the Trouble of Making It All Fit.’
Weeks after the storm, Churches of Christ help those in need — even as new threats emerge. ‘We can’t take much more,’ mayor says.
We’ve featured Uganda-based Jehovah Shalom Acapella a couple of times (including their catchy tune about COVID-19 prevention, no joke) and they just keep producing great music and videos.
Plus, bow ties!
Enjoy this mash-up of E.A. Hoffman’s 1878 hymn “Are You Washed in the Blood” and Russell Kelso Carter’s “Standing on the Promises” (1886).
Since 2008, the Christian couple has built schools and clinics in Afghanistan and sent millions of pounds of aid to its people.
Read Cheryl Mann Bacon’s expanded profile of the Bradleys.
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