Youth’s Inspiring Story Leads January’s Most-Read List

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CHICAGO, IL (February 9, 2009) – An article about the brief but inspiring life of Aaron Barg was the most-read Covenant News Service story during January.

Barg, who had a rare genetic condition, wasn’t expected to survive beyond a couple of months. The 18-year-old young man died last month. Although he never spoke a word, his life proclaimed the gospel to people around the country.

Articles about leadership changes in the Evangelical Covenant Church as well as reflections from attendees to the U.S. Presidential Inauguration also captured Covenanters’ attention.

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

Aaron Barg: A Brief Life, a Profound Imprint

Candidates Sought for Covenant World Relief Position

David Olson Nominated for CG&E Leadership Role

McKnight: How Do We Read, Live Out Scripture?

The Inauguration Through a Photographer’s Eyes

Alaskan Covenanters Prepare for Volcanic Eruption

Churches Worldwide Signing Up for Online Missions Trip

Thrilled to Be a Part of History

Help Poverty Stricken Women, Climate – Donate Cell Phones

Camarillo to Direct New Covenant Events Office

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