When the wind of passion leaves our sails, we beat the oars.
A hilarious, action-packed, and highly illustrated middle-grade adventure from acclaimed author and artist Matt Phelan.
This Emmy-nominated prequel to "Breaking Bad" follows small-time attorney Jimmy McGill as he transforms into morally challenged lawyer Saul Goodman.
ctions of Christian Reformed classes (regional group of churches) in the past several months include welcoming candidates as ministers, disbanding congregations, and adopting procedures for handling confessional difficulty gravamina.
Sean Folkerts has ministered with North American Indigenous Ministries in the Maskwacis community in Alberta since 2016. Now Woody Nook Christian Reformed Church in Lacombe has commissioned him Minister of Evangelism and Discipleship in Maskwacis.
A new collection of renowned artist Nikki McClure’s stunning papercuts, with a contemporary, community-minded message.
The former CRC director of Chaplaincy and Care, who died in 2017, has been inducted into the Michigan Military and Veterans Hall of Honor because of his “lifelong efforts to increase awareness of post-traumatic stress and ‘moral injury in war,’ and to assist veterans suffering from it.”
Our congregations rely on volunteers to help them run. Denominational ministries do as well.
Since 1942, long before podcasts, the BBC has been asking guests which eight musical tracks they would take with them if they were to be stranded on a desert island.
Book by a Dordt Theology professor helps us understand how culture forms us as political actors, moves us aesthetically, shapes the rhythms of our lives, and connects (or disconnects) us from God and neighbors we are called to love.
We need to remind ourselves in these times that the body of Christ is made up of millions of individual members, each unique, precious, and indispensable.
These types of trees are known as conifers and include trees such as pine trees, firs, spruces, and cedars.
There can be much good in saying yes to something, but there’s also good in saying no.
Inspired by an incarnational theology that emerges from a missional reading of Luke 10, Chung and Meehan discover the stories of contemporary disciples who labor in the harvest fields of God's uncommon, upside-down Kingdom
Australian crime drama franchise delivers backstory in excellent prequel
Bookshop owner, bibliotherapist, and occasional sleuth Nora Pennington must enlist the help of her librarian friend Bobbie to unravel the connection between The Scarlet Letter, an obscure 19th-century writer, and a dead hiker.
Although few today remember Alice’s story, historians recognize her as one of the first
people to use photography in a human rights campaign.
About half of the congregants of The Loving Church in Tucson, Ariz., live without permanent homes. On Nov. 13 the church celebrated 10 years of ministry and inducted its pastor, a recent graduate of the Christian Reformed Church’s Korean Institute in Ministry program.
Western Christian High School in Hull, Iowa, won the 2022 Class 2A state championship for girls volleyball and holds three state records.
Shirley De Vries, formerly director of Information and Technology for the Christian Reformed Church in North America, and Scott DeVries, a project manager for building congregational connection, have accepted roles as CAO and director of synodical services.
As the Faith Practices Project continues to unfold, here’s how ministry leaders in different contexts are using and contributing to the resources.
A refreshing network show about journalism in Alaska, a Native-run show about a small town in Connecticut, and a legal drama set in Manitoba all try with varying results to center Native characters and stories.
Seattle alt band Citizens offers fans an encouraging, unifying 5-song EP