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This picture book is a sweet and timely read with children.
The new international “supergroup” is made up of players who have successful histories in other bands.
Am I alone in grieving every Sunday at the empty pews that were once full?
The next time you reach for a salt shaker, remember that as a follower of Jesus, you are the salt of the earth.
Kaitlyn Rauwerda, 18, a member of Ancaster (Ont.) Christian Reformed Church and four-time national cycling champion, will represent Team Canada in Aigle, Switzerland, August 15 to 19.
Two middle school SERVE sites were among the 25 mission trip opportunities offered by Youth Unlimited this summer.
The Safe Church Ministry “SOS Share our Stories” webpage aims to make room in the Christian Reformed Church for the telling and hearing of painful stories.
This fresh, raw movie is an urgent call to care for children—in our families, in our schools or churches, and anywhere else. A call to show them love wherever we can.
Reader Stephanie Brouwer shares her review of Kristin Sterk’s page-turning memoir.
An unprecedented number of Christian Reformed churches will mark the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church this year, just two years after synod encouraged churches to mark this day.
Inspired is an invitation to pick up the Bible again and hear God tenderly say, “Let me tell you a story.”
The debut album from worship collective Here Be Lions celebrates the holiness and power of God.
First Presbyterian Church and First Christian Reformed Church of Chatham, Ont., collaborate each summer for a community work project, right in their own backyard.
How do we effectively teach church school when kids have different levels of Bible knowledge?
Divorce rocked my world when my spouse left me. Now, as my 30s draw to a close, I’m alone and a single parent—certainly not by choice
He wrote, “While the church is shrinking in North America, globally the church is growing.”
How can we be intentional in teaching our children to serve rather than to be served, to look outward instead of inward, to give rather than to consume?
Adam Perez, a member of Kenosha (Wisc.) Christian Reformed Church, was recently honored by the Hymn Society in the United States and Canada with its Emerging Scholar award.
A change in the application for the federal government’s Canada Summer Jobs program has added complexity and confusion to the process for some Canadian Christian Reformed churches.
After a short conversation—with me communicating via a computerized voice machine and using a wheelchair for mobility—the man turned his back on me and asked Eric, “So . . . do you take care of her?”
Leave No Trace provides a low-key but subtle critique of how our society treats veterans.
Katherine Applegate’s novel introduces juvenile readers to a world of swashbuckling adventure and warfare between good and evil.
Our readers write! Rev. George G. Vink reviews J. Cameron Fraser’s book about Lord Mackay, a Christian serving in the public realm.