Covenant Cares: One Gift Can Change a Life

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CHICAGO, IL (December 13, 2012) – A recovering drug addict who attends Bay Area Christian Connection (BACC), an Evangelical Covenant Church in Oakland, California, collected money from homeless men to benefit Covenant Cares.

In Whitehall, Michigan, a congregation made a video to encourage giving to the Covenant World Relief water project in Kitengala, Kenya, which receives funds through the Covenant Cares catalog.

Crossview Covenant Church members in North Mankato, Minnesota, have placed cards on Christmas trees that list possibilities for support. An anonymous donor purchased one of every item in the catalog.

Through the catalog, Covenanters purchase designated gifts on behalf of loved ones to commemorate Christmas and other special occasions. The funds are used for a wide range of projects that include providing clean water, making available malaria medicine, and supporting education. Click here to download a free copy of the catalog.

BACC is “an ethnically diverse congregation comprised mostly of the working poor, men in transitional housing, homeless, and

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