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The Hub: Friday, February 2, 2024

Posted February 02, 2024

by Madison Luc

Welcome to our top story findings of the week, on today’s issue of The Hub.

1. RESHAPING THE CHURCH: “Grandma Peggy’s Breakfast Club” by Peggy Winckowski

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This article from The Christian Heart, titled “Grandma Peggy’s Breakfast Club,” commemorates Peggy Winckowski’s weekly breakfast invitation to neighborhood teenagers, which started with her grandson Sam and his friends. After Sam passed away, Winckowski continued the tradition — first to process grief, then to share faith and community. “The Lord helped me take something tragic and make something good come out of it,” Winckowski writes. “The Breakfast Club has given me a chance to love and serve others which is what Jesus calls us to do.”

2. RESHAPING THE CHURCH: “Iraq’s Christians observe 'Nineveh Fast' for peace in Middle East” by Joseph Tulloch

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    This article from Vatican News, titled “Iraq’s Christians observe 'Nineveh Fast' for peace in Middle East,” honors the devotion of Syriac Christians, led by Patriarch Louis Raphaël Sako, in the Middle East. The yearly Nineveh Fast remembers the three days Jonah spent in the belly of a fish and celebrates the Ninevites’ fasting after their repentance to God in the book of Jonah. “Syriac Christian communities, which draw from theological and liturgical traditions in the Syriac language rather than in Latin or Greek, date back to the earliest days of Christianity,” Joseph Tulloch writes.

    3. EDITORIAL: “The More We Get Together . . .” by Bob Bruinsma

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      This article from Christian Courier, titled “The More We Get Together . . .” highlights movements for unity within the body of Christ. Specifically, Bob Bruinsma discusses the efforts of ecumenical movements and mergers. Bruinsma emphasizes the need for the Church to be “Together on the same path.”

      Although every Hub article is selected to foster discussion about modern church structure, not every idea and opinion expressed in the linked articles may fully align with the views and mission of Koinesúnē Magazine. All the same, we seek to uplift and celebrate the different ministries working around the globe.

      Check back next Friday for the next Hub article!