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November 22, 2021

 

 

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Is there anything to be thankful for?
 

Is there anything to be thankful for?

 

We’ve lost brothers and sisters in Christ whom we’ve loved, cherished and depended upon. They left this earth and are now cloaked in immortality and incorruptibility. For those of us who remain, every day the Lord wakes us up is a new opportunity to get it right.

 
 

 
Kentucky church members stop armed collection plate robbery
 

Kentucky church members stop armed collection plate robbery

 

The suspect bit several members of the church in Louisville as they disarmed and detained him until the police came.

 
Gander Brook Christian Camp faces obstacles to replace near century-old dorm
 
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Gander Brook Christian Camp faces obstacles to replace near century-old dorm

 

The cost of replacement for a dorm built in the 1920s has continued to rise with new requirements and increased building prices.

 
Greater compassion for women in crisis
 
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Greater compassion for women in crisis

 

How God nudged one Christian to soften her heart ‘to precious, hurting mothers of the unborn.’

 
 

 
‘What if it were me?’
 

‘What if it were me?’

 

Churches of humble means in southern Africa experience the power of generosity as they serve the displaced.

 
Around the World: Filmmakers in Iceland, success in Africa and more quick takes
 

Around the World: Filmmakers in Iceland, success in Africa 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]

 
Voices only: Blessings
 

Voices only: Blessings

 

What’s your favorite a cappella song? Send us a video link and a short description of what the song means to you. We might use your selection in a future Voices Only.

 
 
 
 
 
A mission of menus: Meals promote unity
 

A mission of menus: Meals promote unity

 

Two South Carolina churches have a goal to welcome brothers and sisters in Christ and to witness to ‘a Christianity that is divided.’

 
Jack Reese offers church a hopeful elegy
 

Jack Reese offers church a hopeful elegy

 

A former dean of Bible at Abilene Christian acknowledges that Churches of Christ are dying — but offers hope.

 
 
 

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