Covenant Merge Ministries is looking for summer staff for Guatemala and Ecuador this upcoming summer.
If you or anyone you know is interested, please apply today! Applications are due February 1, 2014.
Our primary job openings are:
How do you take an ordinary, average day and make it something that’s supernatural, where we can be madly in love with God and think about Him all day long?
That’s the question Francis Chan asks in the Crazy Love films!
In this study resource, each short video session corresponds to one of ten chapters in Francis Chan’s Crazy Love book and includes questions to initiate group discussion, interactions, and practical application. Read the book during the week, then watch the video and discuss the topic at the group meeting. Great for church, small group, youth group, or individual study.
The Crazy Love Study Resource includes ten teaching segments with questions for small group discussion and a printable Small Group Study Guide. Now 50% off. 10 films for $14.99.
And if you need the Crazy Love book, we have those too, for only $11.99.
THE COUNTDOWN TO YOUTH WORKERS CONNECTION 2014 HAS BEGUN!
In just a couple months we will be gathering in Chicago, IL for the Youth Workers Connection. We will be sending out updates throughout the coming weeks to keep you updated and informed of what we have planned for you in Chicago. We look forward to seeing you soon!
“Some people think that students are too young…I disagree.”
John Moores, a youth pastor from Canton, Ohio, shares how God is using missional communities to transform the lives of his students.
From time to time prophetic Christian voices rise to challenge our nation’s “original sin.” In the twentieth century, compelled by the Spirit of God and a yearning for freedom, the African American church took the lead in heralding the effort. Like almost no other movement before or since, Christian people gave force to a social mission. And, remarkably, they did it largely through nonviolent actions.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s words and historic efforts as the Moses of this civil rights movement stand out as perhaps the most significant instance of a modern Christian leader acting in a prophetic role to instigate political change. In many ways “The Letter from Birmingham Jail” stands at the center of that movement. In this book African American journalist Edward Gilbreath explores the place of that letter in the life and work of Dr. King.
Birmingham Revolution is not simply a work of historical reflection. Gilbreath encourages us to reflect on the relevance of King’s work for the church and culture of our day. Whether it’s in debates about immigration, economic redistribution or presidential birth certificates, race continues to play a role in shaping society. What part will the church play in the ongoing struggle?
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When I hear Christmas Carols play the day after Halloween I always roll my eyes. From the moment Halloween ends we are thrust into the Christmas season. We go from “Trick or treat” to “Seasons Greetings” in the blink of an eye.
Wasting no time at all, retail giants in our land roll out their Christmas inventory, and with good reason. Americans spend more than $400 Billion every year on Christmas. As the logic goes, the more time we have to spend money, the more money we will spend.
It’s time for our annual Thanksgiving Sale! It starts today and runs for one week. Download any BASIC, Ed’s Story, True Beauty, or NOOMA film for just $0.99. We have even better deals if you purchase the entire bundle (the complete set of films in the series).
And if you are looking for something for your small group, save 38% on Francis Chan’s We Are Church, a nine-session study on what it means to be the Church (includes 6 Follower’s Guides).
The ECC PROTECT Resource is an exciting way for church leaders to help their congregations be informed and active in the fight against human trafficking.
The ECC Human Trafficking Task Force developed PROTECT and a companion presentation guide to help people understand the biblical basis for engagement as well as the many ways that people can prevent and fight human trafficking in their communities and in the world.