Most 8-year-old boys are mastering the monkey bars, playing basketball or eagerly anticipating the ice cream truck’s afternoon rounds.
What happened after a million meals were packed at all Southeast Christian Church campuses last January may seem a million miles away.
During the Suez Crisis in 1956, President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s secretary of the interior went looking for his boss one morning and found the most powerful man in the world in an unlikely posture: He was on his knees in prayer.
Paul Wirth, 94, was 17 when he landed on Omaha Beach on D-Day June 6, 1944. Stakes were high: Free France, then the rest of Europe from Nazi control.
While many recent high school graduates will be moving into their college dorms, taking trade school classes, joining the workforce or committing to a military career this fall, Southeast Christian Church member Sadie Mishler will be hopping on a 14-hour flight to the other side of the world.
“I’ve been exiled to the kitchen. Heaven help me—they’re setting up one of their parties in the living room, and I’m trying my best not to lose my stuff over whatever catastrophe they’re creating out there. Am praying for either you or Jesus to come back right now.”
Atheist turned Christian Lee Strobel details his investigation of the evidence for Jesus in his best-selling book, “The Case for Christ,” which was published in 1998.
The Cam Lab at Stanford University used a mouth guard tracking the brain’s reaction to physical hits offensive linemen absorbed during a 2017 NFL game.
World Down Syndrome Day is a special day for Southeast Christian Church’s Deaf and Disabilities Ministry, as well as millions of people around the world who have been impacted by Down syndrome.
Vern and Donna Eswine are firm believers that serving is essential in being connected to the church body, and that God can use seemingly hopeless situations to bring Him glory.
Southeast Christian Church’s Wild Game Feed brought thousands of men—young and old alike—together on Sunday, Feb. 24, at the Blankenbaker Campus to enjoy dinner, fellowship and a show with comedian Mike Goodwin.
Christian comedian John Crist has had nearly 150 sold-out shows over the last two years, and as part of The Human Being Tour, he will stop at Southeast Christian Church’s Blankenbaker Campus Thursday, April 11.
On Sanctity of Life Sunday, Jan. 20, Americans recognize the value of life from cradle to grave. That includes the 90-year-old widow with dementia, the child with multiple health challenges, those who live with debilitating pain and those dealing with life-altering disease.
On the first day of school, more than 2,000 children carried backpacks filled with school supplies provided by members of Southeast Christian Church.
Southeast Christian Church’s Women’s Ministry has opportunities across multiple campuses for women at any age or place on their journey of faith to find community with other women and deepen their relationship with God.
Beginning Wednesday, Aug. 29, Southeast Christian Church’s La Grange Campus will host a class on uncovering the truth of what God says about the world in which we live.
The Senior Adult Ministry at Southeast Christian Church seeks to provide senior adults with opportunities to connect to Jesus and one another through various groups and events.
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