Posts tagged ‘Evangelism-Outreach’

Meal Ministry Goes Beyond Feeding Hungry Families

McMINNVILLE, OR (March 23, 2011) – Hungry families in this community have the opportunity to eat a delicious soup and salad meal every Sunday night at McMinnville Covenant Church as part of a new ministry that has excited the congregation. Continue Reading »

Award Honors KICY as ‘Industry Pioneer’

MANASSAS, VA (March 21, 2011) – The National Religious Broadcasters Association (NRB) presented its Milestone Award to KICY-AM radio during the international organization’s Convention & Exposition earlier this month. The Evangelical Covenant Church of Alaska operates station. Continue Reading »

India Rehab Center for Freed Sex Slaves Dedicated

PUNE, INDIA (March 15, 2011) – A new rehabilitation center for women rescued from the sex slave trade was dedicated earlier this month, a project made possible through funding from the Break the Chains initiative in partnership with the Hindustani Covenant Church. Continue Reading »

Teter Assumes New ECC Evangelism Role

CHICAGO, IL (February 10, 2011) – Evangelical Covenant Church pastor John Teter has assumed a position as evangelism team leader with the Department of Church Growth and Evangelism, a role that represents a new direction for the denomination’s focus on evangelism. Continue Reading »

Pornography – An ‘Elephant in the Room’ for Christians

CHICAGO, IL (January 26, 2011) – Even though Craig Gross, the founder of, was interviewed by the New York Times as well as other major newspapers and radio stations, he could not get a speaking engagement in any church from 2002-2005. Continue Reading »

Stripping Away Stereotypes, Knitting a Friendship

SACRAMENTO, CA (January 5, 2011) – The bouncers at the strip club looked with suspicion at the five women who wanted to come inside to deliver gift bags to the dancers. Continue Reading »

Tin Hut: Symbol of Connection to Sister Church

GRAND FORKS, ND (January 4, 2011) – Three members of Hope Covenant Church built an entire home inside the congregation’s building. Continue Reading »

Firefighters Donate Equipment, Expertise to Chilean Counterparts

ELGIN, IL (January 3, 2011) – Firefighters in Rancagua, Chile, will soon get new lifesaving equipment and training from their counterparts in this Illinois community thanks to an Evangelical Covenant Church minister. Continue Reading »

Accepting Christ – A Risky Step in Buddhist Culture

By Stan Friedman

ROI ET, THAILAND (December 30, 2010) – Khampan and Tipawan Sudcha gave their lives to Christ as children and then faced years of antagonism and even threats of violence from their families. Continue Reading »

Passion for Evangelism Drives Growth in Thailand Church

By Stan Friedman

ROI ET, THAILAND (December 29, 2010) – Khampan Sudcha, president of the Thailand Covenant Church, sits at one of the few tables in a small Chicago diner and recalls the instructions church leaders in his native country gave him as he prepared to graduate from the Center for Church Enablement in Udon. Continue Reading »