Covenant College alumna Kathryn Kimball ’09 has been selected to clerk for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. Kimball’s clerkship will run during the 2018 Supreme Court term. Around thirty-six law clerks are annually chosen to serve with the Supreme Court.
Since the videos were released, “it has been amazing to see how people have used them personally and corporately as they lead others in the local church,” Hodge says.Read the Article
God created the world so that our social institutions thrive when they conform to certain, intrinsic realities. Businesspeople, scientists, and artists — in fact, those in every field — recognize that certain standards apply to their work.Read the Article
In seven years Morwood has had 15 dancers come through her Bible study, which provides a space where dancers push aside perfectionism and deal honestly with life’s struggles. They hold each other accountable and model humility to others by admitting mistakes and asking for forgiveness.Read the Article
“I think the passing of Overture 43, and the fruit that will come of it, will be a help in recruiting African-American pastors into our denomination. It demonstrates to them that we are real, not trying to cover up sins of the past or present, but owning them and seeking to grow from them.”Read the Article