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December 6, 2023

 

 

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After the mass shooting at the Covenant School in Nashville, Tenn., the surviving victims needed a place to resume learning and recover from the trauma. Hear from ministers with the nearby Brentwood Hills Church of Christ, which opened its building and its hearts to them.

Al Robertson, the oldest son of Phil and Kay Robertson, also joins The Christian Chronicle Podcast to share about his parents’ story of struggles and faith in “The Blind.”

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The faithful ‘Forged in Fire’
 

The faithful ‘Forged in Fire’

 

Tennessee church member competes on national TV for the title of champion.

Audrey Jackson reports.

 
 

 
The Lord ‘led us to Darwin’
 

The Lord ‘led us to Darwin’

 

A predominantly White, 96-year-old Nashville church names its first Black preaching minister.

Erik Tryggestad reports from Nashville, Tenn.

 
Anniversary brings to mind my Heritage of faith
 

Anniversary brings to mind my Heritage of faith

 

The Christian Chronicle CEO reflects on what it means to have a church family.

Erik Tryggestad shares his insight. 

 
A Heritage for generations to come
 

A Heritage for generations to come

 

Middle Tennessee church celebrates two decades as it strives to ‘unveil the story of Jesus.’

Erik Tryggestad reports from Franklin, Tenn.

 
 

 
‘One more waffle, and I get to go home’
 
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‘One more waffle, and I get to go home’

 

The challenge that prompted a Tennessee youth minister to spend all day at Waffle House — and take a few orders, too.

Cheryl Mann Bacon reports.

 
Editorial: In 2024, we won’t be silent
 

Editorial: In 2024, we won’t be silent

 

“Weeping may stay for the night, but rejoicing comes in the morning.”

Erik Tryggestad shares his thoughts in this month’s editorial. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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