I started the Lenten season (the 40 days before Easter) with very good intentions and high expectations. In years past, I felt this holy season sneak up on me leaving me scrambling and rushing and in the midst of the
As silly as this selfie looks…. here we go!
This my attempt to explain why I am now beardless. For those of you are thinking right now, “who cares???” or “why a reflection on something so trivial???”… I will
The evening meal was in progress and the devil had already prompted Judas to betray Jesus. Jesus knew that the Father had put all things under his power, and that he had come from God and was returning to God;
Recently a new resource was distributed through the Evangelical Covenant Church and Covenant World Relief which is called Kids Helping Kids: Orphans and Vulnerable Children.
Through the Kids Helping Kids resource, children will learn from and be inspired by children
I wonder sometimes if people understand what the life of a missionary is like. I think people want to. I think people even TRY to, but I’m not sure that to “understand” is quite the right word. Some may empathize
Check out this article on the Covenant newswire that quotes Kim: https://covenantcompanion.com/2019/02/15/j2m-journey-in-midwest-conference-stirs-pain-hope/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+covchurch%2Fnews+%28Covenant+Newswire%29
Here are a couple of posts from Kim:
Just 2 weeks ago, I had the opportunity to be involved in Journey to Mosaic (J2M). It was in the Denver, Colorado area during our denominations annual conference for missionaries and pastors.
Written by Tara Euler, Santiago Partnership Board Member
I was so fortunate to be able to attend the Casa Hogar one year anniversary this past week. It is almost hard to believe that from the opening last June, this beautiful
Yesterday, June 11, Simeon was baptized at our home church, Iglesia El Salvador. It was a wonderful day to reflect on the events and people that led up to this day. Simeon was able to have his teacher and family,
I seem to be in an interesting spot these days as we prepare for a year of home assignment in the States. I recently read a blog I had written as we were going to be returning back from the