This intriguing, culturally sensitive novel explores, among other things, the ramifications of immigration.
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Tell us, what are you reading? Christine Fabiszewski sent us this review of a novel about the Netherlands during World War II.
The temptation of Christ in Matthew 4:1-11 serves up important cautions to the church in how to imagine and fulfill God’s mission.
#MeToo movement has highlighted women who have experienced sexual harassment or assault. Aren’t Christians supposed to forgive rather than demand justice?
Let’s recognize the Canons of Dort for what they are: not a summary of Reformed theology, or even a full account of election, but a crucial clarification of some key issues that matter as much now as they did 400 years ago.
It is very cold in many places in the winter. To stay warm, you wear lots of sweaters, mittens, scarves, and a warm winter coat. But there are two places where it is cold all the time—the North and South Poles.
The Banner, the official magazine of the Christian Reformed Church, is free for the asking.
54-year-old TobyMac keeps pumping out memorable music.
Hendrix uses striking illustrations and bold graphic design to tell this powerful story of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a man of faith.
A survey on Faith in the Public Square conducted by polling firm Angus Reid and faith-based think tank Cardus found that 75 percent of Canadians like having people of diverse religious backgrounds in their community.
John Nash was a trailblazer, a pastor and church planter at a time when there were few African-American leaders in the Christian Reformed Church. He died on Nov. 3 at age 71.
Three Christian Reformed churches in Kalamazoo, Mich., work together in a dairy-based “rent a cow” project to support hunger relief with Growing Hope Globally.
Nearly 100 women living in nine city shelters experienced a Christmas makeover on a day of showered blessings coordinated and hosted by The River Community Church, a Christian Reformed congregation in Edmonton, Alta.
What may look like a simple move in the search of a good outcome—when the moral stakes are so high—will almost certainly have profound unintended consequences.
Resonate Global Mission campus ministers, church planters, missionaries, and other ministry leaders practice hospitality often—following a framework of table sitting, table setting, and table serving.
Unity Christian High School in Hudsonville, Mich., won the state Division 5 high school football championship November 24.
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.