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September 28, 2023

 

 

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When Dan and Mary Huber, members of the NorthWest Church of Christ, found out that thousands of Afghan refugees were coming to their city of San Antonio, they chose to extend extraordinary hospitality to their new neighbors. What happens when Christians and Muslims from different cultures and faiths gather around common tables?

The Airport Road Church of Christ in Carson City, Nev., and its minister, Bruce Henderson, are celebrating 50 years together. Henderson shares the lessons he’s learned from five decades ministering to the same congregation and what could possibly be next after such a long time.

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Upper West Side Story
 

Upper West Side Story

 

Diverse congregation in Manhattan counts members from five continents — but no Jets or Sharks.

Bobby Ross Jr. reports from New York City.


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One hurricane, two churches
 

One hurricane, two churches

 

Pepperdine University launched a second Church of Christ on the Malibu campus, offering a choice between a multigenerational congregation and student-focused worship.

Cheryl Mann Bacon reports from Malibu, Calif.

 
‘Peace, peace, be still’
 

‘Peace, peace, be still’

 

The tempest was raging in Malibu, but the Master was still in control.

Cheryl Mann Bacon shares insight from her trip.

 
The journey: Reporting the news of our fellowship
 

The journey: Reporting the news of our fellowship

 

Speaking truth requires understanding the facts — taking the time to read, listen and appreciate another perspective.

Bobby Ross Jr. shares the importance of unbiased reporting in this editorial.

 
 

 
A diverse church full of conversion stories
 

A diverse church full of conversion stories

 

Far from the Bible Belt, a New York congregation led by first-generation Christians works to reach the lost.

Bobby Ross Jr. reports from Lindenhurst, N.Y.

 
A blessed visit to a Ghanaian immigrant church
 

A blessed visit to a Ghanaian immigrant church

 

For Christians, love transcends any language barrier.

Bobby Ross Jr. reflects on his visit with a church in the Bronx.

 
From the field house to the house of God
 

From the field house to the house of God

 

In Nebraska, York University recruits — and converts — athletes from around the world through relationships with faculty and coaches.

Audrey Jackson reports from York, Neb.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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