Most-Read News Stories in March

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CHICAGO, IL (April 3, 2008) – A change in the way a congregation does its budgeting and the appointment of the new associate superintendent of the East Coast Conference were among the most-read articles in the Evangelical Covenant Church’s online news report during March.

Montecito Covenant Church changed the way it develops the ministry portion of its budget, a move that has enabled the congregation to more closely align its expenses with ministry priorities, according to pastor Don Johnson.

Peter Sung, currently serving as senior pastor of Queenswest Covenant Church in Queens, New York, was selected to serve as associate superintendent of the East Coast.

Following are the most-read stories. To read an article, click on the link.

Services Pending for Larry G. Griffin
Church Radically Changes Budgeting Process
East Coast Conference Names Associate Superintendent
Covenanter Publishes “The American Church in Crisis”
Seminary Faculty and Staff Take “Journey to Mosaic” Trip
Covenanter Plays Key Role in Educating Arab Students
Church Moves into Arena to Accommodate Easter Crowd
Students ‘Surprise Visitors’ at Church/Culture Conference
Memorial Service Pending for Lawrence (Larry) Johnson
Marks Joins the Staff of the Ordered Ministry

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