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Blessing Others Key Theme at Great Lakes Meeting

By Cathy Norman Peterson

OREGON, OH (May 5, 2010) – “Do you know how to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich?” Tana Schiewer asked delegates to the Great Lakes Conference Annual Meeting on Friday night. Continue Reading »

48 Baskets: 7,716 Miles, 11,853 Minutes, $11,000 for Guatemalan Kids

SAN DIEGO, CA (April 30, 2010) – It may have been one of the most satisfying baskets that Richard “Coach Ricardo” Paff ever sank. Continue Reading »

Hundreds of Homeless Find Shelter in Vegas Drainage Tunnels

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Central Conference Unveils New Hispanic Training Project

Have you considered taking time to discover who you are as a disciple of Christ?

In our culture, rites of passage vary and everyone experiences transition to adulthood in their own way, at their own pace. The Evangelical Covenant Church provides discipleship opportunities designed for anyone navigating those early years of adulthood—a season of choice and change that is often characterized by pressure, expectation, and uncertainty.

The newly formed Covenant Schools of Discipleship (CSD) are a collection of educational programs and experiences ultimately aimed at nurturing the faith and character of Christian disciples. These learning communities take various forms: a traditional academic classroom setting, an experiential immersion, or a service-based learning model.

Students may choose to attend CSD programs that are as short as one month or as long as one year (or somewhere in between). These intentional learning communities bring teachers, mentors, and students together to share experiences and studies built on a Covenant identity to prepare young adults for the journey that lasts a lifetime.

Come join us in the journey.










Students Explore Social Concerns, Join in Service Projects

MINNEAPOLIS, MN (APRIL 21, 2010) – Three hundred and fifty students and youth workers from across the Northwest Conference of the Evangelical Covenant Church converged on First Covenant Church in Minneapolis for M.O.V.E. 2010 – a weekend of teaching, worship, service and experiential learning. Continue Reading »

Church Steps In to Preserve Town’s Easter Tradition

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I am the vine;you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; Apart from me you can do nothing. John 15:5

Invitation to GROW is a simple but comprehensive approach to help persons grow closer to God, wrestle with issues of faith, become attentive to the transforming power of Holy Spirit, discover their giftedness, and enter into a life of significance with God.

 

Below are downloadable resources to help you facilitate an Invitation to GROW:

 

 

One Man Sees a Need – Soon a Community Is Involved

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Claire Bentley
Community Covenant Church, Springfield, VA
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Putting Feet to Faith – How One Church Did It

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The design for Good Friday depicts three nails piercing through the surrounding contextual frame. The off center design is intended to create visual tension as a reminder of the anxiety associated with the dreadful events of the evening while the drops of blood remind us of Christ’s death upon the cross. Our distress resonates within the words of the Apostle Paul, “But God proves His love for us in that while we were still sinners Christ died for us” (Romans 5:8). The Roman Numerals “XL” denote the numeric value of “forty,” the number of days observed for the season of Lent. In remembrance of Christ’s sacrifice, the church uses the somber colors of black and scarlet for worship.

Eric Palmquist is an ordained Covenant minister and the director of ministry operations for Newport Covenant Church in Bellevue, Washington. He also edits the Expressions column for the Covenant Companion.[/vc_column_text] [/vc_column][/vc_row]

Revival, Not Calm, Followed This Texas Storm

LA VILLA, TX (March 11, 2010) – As members of Evangelical Covenant churches focus on helping the survivors of recent disasters, much work remains to be done to help the denomination’s oldest Spanish-speaking congregation rebuild two years after Hurricane Dolly ripped apart the area. Continue Reading »

Men of Hillcrest Develop ‘Moving’ Ministry

DEKALB, IL (March 11, 2010) – Doing a favor has led to a new ministry by the men at Hillcrest Covenant Church. Continue Reading »