Smith Sermon Tops July’s Most-Read List

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CHICAGO, IL (August 2, 2011) – A story about Efrem Smith’s sermon to the 126th Annual Meeting of the denomination continues to be among the most-read online news stories. The Pacific Southwest Conference superintendent inspired worshipers with his exhortation to let God use them to transform the world.

He told the gathering, “But I still hold on to the testimony—wherever there’s tribulation, if there’s a Covenant church, I believe there’s hope. If it’s in the rural area, if it’s in the suburbs, if it’s in the inner city, if it’s in the Congo—wherever there’s trials and tribulations, there’s still an opportunity for a kingdom move of God.”

To read the most-read stories in July, click on the link below.

Smith: God Wants Covenant to Receive Second Wind

Services Pending for M. Randolph Thompson

Young Girl’s Example Reflects Feast’s Goal

Ginny Olson Accepts Conference Youth Ministry Position

Minister Housing Allowance Challenge Dismissed

Former Minnesota First Lady Has Covenant Ties

Picture Worth More Than a Thousand Words

Life, Contributions of John Stott Remembered

Churches Hold Combined Anti-Trafficking Worship Service

After Some ‘Grousing,’ Spruce Hen Is Official

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