Unity Christian High School in Hudsonville, Mich., won the state Division 5 high school football championship November 24.
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Based on true events, Women Talking is a powerful testament to the yearning for justice evident in those who are oppressed.
Delta is a courageous album by a band facing extremely high expectations.
This history of the Holocaust includes the names and faces of those who resisted it, and even the Christian Reformed Church in the Netherlands comes up.
Many activities that were once forbidden by the church (card playing, dancing, and movie attendance) are now considered fine. But the Bible does not change. Are these changes biblical?
Today I received The Banner. It was filled with various articles about abuse, most of which were well done.
When I started to think about retiring it wasn’t my work as a therapist that felt burdensome; rather, it was the mundane aspects of my work—the need for better computer skills and the need to allow for expanded administrative time—that propelled me toward making the decision to retire.
Offering your pastor a sabbatical is an investment in ministry.
We don’t often think of Advent as looming. But here is a time of darkness, preceding the Redeemer’s birth into a dark and cold night.
Intricate and whimsical illustrations bring the familiar Christmas carol to life in this beautiful picture book.
As Homecoming leads viewers through the puzzle of its storyline, it raises thoughtful questions.
For 14 years and counting, First Christian Reformed Church in Sioux Falls, S.D., has delivered grocery bags packed with the makings for Thanksgiving dinner to families in their community.
Through its Family Leadership Initiative, Lee Street Christian Reformed Church has built connections with its neighbors, providing shared meals and an atmosphere of support and encouragement for children and parents.
Twenty-five members of the Verhoog family, ages 8 to 87, gathered in Rolling Fork, Miss., to create a lasting legacy for Mississippi Christian Family Services in honor of Mary Verhoog.
Choosing a school, major, or career can be overwhelming for many high schoolers. But what if this process was full of delightful anticipation about the good things in store for us?
During the training on Christian stewardship, Bitu read and discussed Scripture celebrating how God provides for people through land and material gifts.
Christian rocker Cleveland’s tenth solo album tells personal stories that are close to her heart.
In her sequel to Raymie Nightingale, DiCamillo peels away the layers to reveal Louisiana’s story and presents readers with a heartbreakingly tender, wise, humorous, and resilient protagonist.
Banner reader and pastor Lou Wagenveld offers his review of a compilation of essays on the Holy Land.
The Heidelberg Catechism is the most popular, most loved catechism of many that emerged from the Reformation. But it is over 450 years old. Does it still speak to our churches—and to each of us—today?
I knew when I took this job that I could not please everybody. But I do take seriously what readers say.
John Primus was remembered as a scholar, a dedicated teacher, and one who modeled Jesus Christ in humility and kindness. He died on November 5 at age 86.
The Banner, the official magazine of the Christian Reformed Church, is free for the asking.
Ralph Breaks the Internet offers families an opportunity to discuss how the Internet can be both a tool that aids us and a place where we can lose ourselves.