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Though dozens of events are planned this year to mark the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, Mark Ryan hopes that Covenant Theological Seminary’s (CTS) lecture series, Sept. 29-30, will examine the milestone with a unique perspective.

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“A Crazy Family Who Loves Jesus”

“That was something important for me to remember this year and in years to come — that the backbone of my work and calling as an elder is as an under-shepherd, to feed the sheep.”

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Prisoners in the Pew

Abuse is a pattern of behavior, not a one-time event. The behavior is always intended to preserve the abuser’s power by controlling others. Typically, abuse falls into one of five categories: psychological, physical, economic, spiritual, and sexual.

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A Legacy of Faith

Saving people for eternity is not our responsibility, but sharing the Gospel, living the Gospel, being shaped by the Gospel, being transformed heart and soul by the Gospel — this is our responsibility. Our privilege. Our legacy.

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Immigrants in Our Midst

Can we heed the commands of God, the cries of the prophets, and the call which Jesus Himself affirmed in His words and actions? Our faith compels us to extend love and welcome to immigrants, whatever the cost.

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