Week of Prayer 2021: Breathe Together

The gift of God’s amazing grace is boundless, both in its beauty and its many dimensions. In our 2020 Week of Prayer guide, incarcerated students from North Park Theological Seminary’s School of Restorative Arts program inspire us to freshly encounter and receive God’s grace.

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Week of Prayer 2019: Crushed Olives, Enduring Light

This resource invites us to practice prayer, especially during seasons that may feel crushing. Through these devotionals, we will know more about men and women of the Bible whose lives were transformed in a purification process when they were crushed through the press of life’s difficult situations such as loneliness, abandonment, disease, injustice, and betrayal, when only faith was able to take them forward.

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Week of Prayer 2020: Reconciling Grace

The gift of God’s amazing grace is boundless, both in its beauty and its many dimensions. In our 2020 Week of Prayer guide, incarcerated students from North Park Theological Seminary’s School of Restorative Arts program inspire us to freshly encounter and receive God’s grace.

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Week of Prayer 2018: Like a Tree Planted by Streams of Water

This resource invites us to practice prayer in ordinary life. We are called to pray without ceasing, but in today’s hurried life this is difficult. Lauren helps us to see ways we can pray focused prayers as we go about our daily and weekly routines. Allow your daily encounters with water to bring prayers of justice, liberation, baptism, life, faith, and hearing from God into your daily routine.

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Sexual Harassment: Response and Prevention

As followers of Jesus Christ, we are called to community where women and men work together in a “blessed alliance,” seeking to bring the Gospel to a broken and struggling world. When people in our communities find the courage and the space to speak up about harassment, trauma, and abuse, our churches can be just…

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CRECER (Growing Deeper Practices)

Ready to go deeper? Spiritual practices have long been a way for us to be first “in God” so we might go further in mission. While all include a reflective dimension, all are also active. They are meant to help us be attentive to God’s loving and abiding presence and to find within this space…

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Prayer: Actively Waiting

CR-2015-Prayer-WeekDeveloped for a Week of Prayer 2015, this resource is a seven-session guide for individual and small group study, reflection, and interaction. It invites us to walk through the Old Testament and witness those who prayed prayers for protection, provision, peace, power, and promise.

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T.W. Anderson Award Application

Each year the Evangelical Covenant Church awards the Theodore W. Anderson Award to an outstanding lay leader in the denomination. The only way potential recipients are located is to ask each individual Covenant church to nominate one of their outstanding workers.

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