Liz Mosbo VerHage loves writing for fun, for churches, online, and sometimes even for the academic world. She accidentally published a book with an author friend soon after finishing college, “Compelled to Write to You: Letters on Faith, Love, Service, and Life” (Upper Room Books, 2001), and since then has continued writing and her love of communicating through the written word in various venues.

Liz has written four adult curriculum/training series for organizational and congregational use:
– Introducing Diversity in Mission: Camp Noah (Lutheran Social Services, 2010), St Paul, MN
“Reflections on Covenant Affirmations” (Covenant Press, 2007), Chicago, IL 
– “Faith In Action: Reflections on Christian Action Resolutions” (Covenant Press, 2005), Chicago, IL
– “What Does the Lord Require? Compassion and Justice Ministry” (Covenant Press, 2004), Chicago, IL

She’s also published numerous news articles, devotions, and feature stories – a sample of the publications that she’s written/contributed to are below:
(online links to four articles of mine published in The Covenant Companion can be found here.)

– “Evangelical Identity Meets New Opportunities in Education.” Common Ground Journal. Vol 8 No 1. Fall 2010. Ed. Soong-Chan Rah.
– VerHage, Elizabeth M.Mosbo and R. Boaz Johnson, “Poverty Lesson,” Youth Nexus Curriculum Series, ed. Robert Auger. 2010. Covenant Publications, Chicago, IL
– “A Dirty Word or Good News?” Mutuality, December 2007
– “The White Choice and Kingdom Community,” The Narthex, January 2006
– “The Basics of Hunger,” Covenant World Relief Reporter, Fall 2004
– “When I Was On the Street,” Covenant Companion, March 2004
– “Becoming Family,” Covenant Companion, October 2003
– “Space to Grow,” Covenant Companion, June 2003
– “Opening Doors to a World of Learning,” Covenant Companion, February 2003
– “Tell Me A Story,” Covenant Companion, May 2002
– “I Hope You Dance,” Covenant Companion, September 2001

2 Thoughts on “Publications

  1. Arnold Larsen on 2011/10/13 at 11:47 AM said:

    I attempted to reach Covenant Publications telephone ,1-773-478-4676, but this has apparently been changed. Please advise current number. Thank you. Arnold Larsen

    • Liz on 2011/10/18 at 2:24 AM said:

      Hi Arnold – tried to email you as well. I would call the main Covenant Offices number – its 773-784-3000. Hope that this helps! -Liz VerHage

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