It’s about paying attention to how God is moving in the world and testifying to God’s work.
Hosted by Mike Cosper, Cultivated explores the connections between work, faith, and culture.
Part lullaby, part love song, this perfectly pitched bedtime book gives a nod to its classic predecessors as it champions the vibrant independent spirit of local bookstores.
My job feels as if it has become my whole life. As much as I love it, I don’t think it’s healthy for me to check my messages constantly or work whenever I have a free moment. How do I break the pattern I’ve fallen into?
Think of your favorite breakfast, lunch, or dinner food. What does it taste like? What makes it so yummy? Chances are your favorite meal is made with herbs and spices!
In order to find the light, we must be willing to enter the darkness.
It’s difficult to give up one’s own desires—to be broken, in a way, for others—even when it means you take part in a divine miracle.
The Manhattan (Mont.) Christian High School boys’ basketball team achieved their second consecutive Class “C” State Championship win March 11.
Each day, readers will receive a Bible text, a prayer, and some suggested questions for reflection or conversation.
Dancing in the Wild Spaces of Love: A Theopoetics of Gift and Call, Risk and Promise by James H. Olthuis
Drawing on decades of research in postmodern philosophy and experience as a psychotherapist, James H. Olthuis proposes a radical ontology of love.
Inspired by a true story, four elderly best friends living life to the fullest take a wild trip to the 2017 Super Bowl LI to see their hero Tom Brady play.
When 12-year-old Boi, from a small, impoverished town in South Africa, stumbles on a story about a man who traded his way from a paperclip to a house, he hatches his own trading plan.
The board for the Washington Elementary School District recently voted to not renew a student teaching partnership with Arizona Christian University, saying the university’s policies “do not align with our commitment to create a safe place for our LGBTQ+ students, staff, and community.”
After 50 years of ordained ministry in Sri Lanka and U.S. churches, Neville Koch lived two-and-a-half years with Lewy Body Dementia and died Feb. 15, 2023. He was 78.
The first woman to be named majority leader in the Michigan State Senate, Winnie Brinks, is a member of the Christian Reformed Church.
Celebrating diverse places like Peru, Estonia, and Nepal, this poetic, lushly illustrated book praises God’s love for people, creatures, and landscapes across the globe.
A married couple perform new tunes they wrote for all 150 Psalms on YouTube.
Can a couple get married in the eyes of the church but not in the eyes of the state if they have financial or family concerns about a legal marriage?
Jesus’ way is the opposite of our natural inclination to be self-serving.
Author and art collector Forrest Fenn carefully filled a small, ornate box with gold coins, gold nuggets, jewelry, precious gemstones, and other exotic artifacts. Then he hid the box somewhere in the Rocky Mountains.
After a few years of this, it occurred to me that maybe Vern thought Jesus was getting tortured and crucified every year—and rising from the dead every year.
From Strength to Strength: Finding Success, Happiness, and Deep Purpose in the Second Half of Life by Arthur C Brooks
The roadmap for finding purpose, meaning, and success as we age, from bestselling author, Harvard professor, and The Atlantic's happiness columnist Arthur Brooks.
A big-hearted, beautiful, and funny novel told from multiple viewpoints about neurodiversity, friendship, and community.