Congo’s Camp Zulu is Growing!

Post a Comment » Written on June 30th, 2016     
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MERCI MINGI to all the Covenant Campers and the Camp Staff for ALL they gave last summer for the Zulu Camp Project in Congo. Over $50,000 was raised to help build a kitchen and dining hall at Camp Zulu. Repair …



Serve Globally to change name

2 comments Written on April 1st, 2016     
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Al Tizon, Executive Minister of Serve Globally, has been busy planning how to move forward this important priority of the church. When news came about this winter about the possible discovery of a 9th planet in our solar system, Al’s …



Midwinter 2016 Recap

Post a Comment » Written on February 16th, 2016     
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Midwinter 2016 was nothing short of a success and it was beneficial to all who attended. This year’s theme of “Make and Deepen Disciples” was woven through the many events held during the last week of January in Chicago. There



Burros and Mangos

1 Comment » Written on February 8th, 2016     
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   Almost every day we receive a visitor to our house. She comes by walking with her nanny and she walks up our front walk in order to greet our little burro flowerpot. Sometimes we hear her in front and have




Imagine.

Post a Comment » Written on January 4th, 2016     
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“…our imagination for sin and disaster is much stronger than our imagination for God’s reconciling love and holiness. We are still taking our cues from the old age, not the new. The moral failure story triumphs over the transformation now




All I want for Christmas!

Post a Comment » Written on December 18th, 2015     
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covcares 2015As we approach the Christmas season we find ourselves asked the question of “What do you want for Christmas?” If you aren’t a grandparent merely wishing to add to the adorable collection of family photos, we often find ourselves slightly …



Planting Hope With Covenant Cares

Post a Comment » Written on November 20th, 2015     
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farm-starter-v2Bernard Bekosso is a mover and a shaker wherever he calls home. He and his wife, Sidoni, raised a large family in a village not too far from the farm where Covenant missionaries, Roy and Aleta Danforth, live, in the …



#EndPoverty

Post a Comment » Written on October 16th, 2015     
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Celebrate the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty with us on Saturday October 17th by clicking on the image below and making a gift to help children in Colombia, India, Congo and South Sudan escape poverty.Support Cov Kids




What will you do next summer?

Post a Comment » Written on September 22nd, 2015     
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Merge teamTrying to figure out how you can engage yourself, your family, or your church in missions next summer? Check out the opportunities to get involved with Merge Ministries at www.covmerge.org. Merge offers fully customizable mission trips throughout the year. …



Step Into Congo

Post a Comment » Written on August 28th, 2015     
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reposted from http://covenantcompanion.com/2015/07/16/step-into-congo-a-day-in-the-life/

When Annika Steib was in fourth grade she heard someone at Portage Lake Bible Camp talk about missions—and she knew right away that she wanted to be a missionary. “I like people, and I like helping them.