Refugee Ministry in an Age of Terror
by Melissa Morgan Kelley

For Pat Hatch, the journey toward working with refugees began 35 years ago in an unlikely place: Seoul, South Korea

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by Melissa Morgan Kelley

An evangelist, a visionary, a friend of the poor. That is how his friends and colleagues describe pastor and leader Dr. Ben Wilkinson, who passed away on Jan. 27, 2016, in Decatur, Georgia.

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Watershed Moment
by Megan Fowler

On Oct. 4, 2015, Watershed Fellowship had a watershed moment when the Gibson Pond Dam broke and flooded the church facility in Lexington’s Old Mill, a historic, revitalized section of downtown Lexington.

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Covenant Seminary To Offer Classes in Nashville
by Megan Fowler

Nashville’s reputation as a culture-making city makes it an ideal place for an institution such as Covenant, which seeks not just to prepare people for ministry but to help students see every calling as kingdom work.

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A Place of Healing for All
by Susan Fikse

“The wealthy church, or the all-black church – are they blessed? Yes,” Henning says. “But what people don’t know is what they are missing.” A mosaic of vibrant color that reflects God’s glory and His purposes in the world.

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