What Were the Most-Read Stories in February?

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CHICAGO, IL (March 8, 2007) – Reader interests were wide-ranging during the month of February, as the following list of the 10 most-read stories suggests.

The decision to close Covenant Bible College not only was the most-read story during the month, it also drew the largest number of news feedback comments from readers that are regularly presented in the online Readers Share feature. To read some of those comments, visit the “Readers Share” of February 27 as well as the “Readers Share” of March 6.

The tragic deaths of a Florida couple as the result of a violent tornado not only stunned family and friends at Community Covenant Church in Deland, but also obviously tugged at the hearts of readers as well as reflected by the numbers of readers who visited the original breaking news story and a follow-up article.

From the Boston Marathon to a storm that canceled a flight in Chicago and unexpectedly brought two Covenant couples together, readers found the unusual circumstances of life to be of interest. That certainly is true of the story of retired Northwest Conference Supt. Paul Erickson and the ongoing saga of his miraculous recovery following a devastating accident in March 2006.

Following are the top 10 most-visited stories. To read a particular article, search for the headline.

  • Covenant Bible College to Close
  • Covenant Couple Killed When Storm Destroys Home
  • Want to Run the Boston Marathon? Check This Out
  • Dr. Timothy Johnson to Appear on National Radio Show
  • Poor Weather, Cancelled Flight – It’s a God Thing
  • Stunned Worshipers Remember Sluss Family
  • Pastor: ‘Living The Gospel Will Be Messy’
  • Paul Erickson Speaks Of ‘Spiritual Perseverance’
  • North Park Photographer Is Hidden Treasure
  • Willimon: Sustaining Ministry – That’s God’s Problem
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