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November 17, 2022

 

 

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Our Top Stories

 
Walk4Water in the rain
 

Walk4Water in the rain

 

Fundraiser by a group of Nashville, Tenn.-area congregations draws a record number of participants.

Ted Parks reports.

 
 

 
Churches embrace hope, change
 

Churches embrace hope, change

 
The kingdom will sustain as congregations adapt and cooperate with others, Cheryl Mann Bacon writes in the final part of the “Where have all the churches gone?” series.
 
Enrollment outlook: It’s complicated
 

Enrollment outlook: It’s complicated

 

For Christian universities, latest figures reflect positive and negative trends.

Calvin Cockrell reports.

 
Serving with Swiss precision
 

Serving with Swiss precision

 

“Switzerland makes you feel like you don’t need God,” says a member of a Church of Christ in the financial hub of Zurich.

So the congregation makes long-term investments in its human resources — through years of Bible study and discipleship.

Erik Tryggestad reports.

Related column: Swiss church is stamping passports for eternity

 
 

 
Mid-Atlantic leaders meet to craft ideas for growth
 

Mid-Atlantic leaders meet to craft ideas for growth

 

“God always raises men in perilous times to lead his people,” one Maryland minister declares.

Hamil R. Harris reports.

 
Bon voyage: Lessons learned on a cruise
 

Bon voyage: Lessons learned on a cruise

 

For vacationer, first time on a ship provides important reminders.

Bobby Ross Jr. reflects.

 
Editorial: Giving thanks despite chaos
 

Editorial: Giving thanks despite chaos

 

With an election behind us and holidays ahead of us, The Christian Chronicle’s Editorial Board took time to discuss what we’re thankful for — and to think seriously for a few minutes about what it means to be an international newspaper that covers a global fellowship that often finds itself caught up in the chaos and catastrophe that inevitably plague a sinful world.

Read the full editorial by Cheryl Mann Bacon.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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