A FREE resource to share with your favorite kid, grandkid, or student. This collection of 13 award-winning Just for Kids columns will inspire both kids and kids-at-heart to delight in and celebrate God’s amazing creation.
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We need men and women of God who understand the times in which we live and can show us how to give witness to the faith we have in Christ.
Four years ago, Sarah Hoogendoorn pulled out of the ministerial candidacy process. She had acquired her Masters of Divinity degree and had begun working at a church in Alberta but then discovered that she was not called to church ministry.
David Bazan’s first album in 15 years under the name Pedro the Lion feels like a hopeful and nervous push toward permanence.
A witty and compelling novel for middle readers that will appeal to many adults as well.
Chia seed, pepita, dandelion, maple key, peach pit, coconut, acorn . . . Seeds come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. And all are our awesome God’s amazing handiwork!
Parkinson’s disease doesn’t just sneak in and take all of your stuff, although that might be easier. You could make adjustments and move on. No, Parkinson’s starts out taking small stuff and you hardly even notice. But you do notice.
Why does the abuse of power by leaders in our churches and parachurch organizations seem to be more common than it used to be, and how can we best address this problem?
Find out what our reviewers thought of some of the Grammy-nominated albums.
TerKeurst explores the nature of life between two gardens: the garden of Eden and “Eden restored.”
Kondo addresses something that Christians living in North American abundance sometimes fail to consider—the things we own have an emotional and spiritual weight.
Schools in Canada and the U.S. have made different choices on codes of conduct and position statements related to human sexuality.
Throughout his life in both Cuba and the United States, in times of danger, fear, hunger, and uncertainty, Domingo Romero fully trusted in God. At age 88, he died on January 5.
Multicultural new year celebrations are just one of the ways New Westminster Christian Reformed Church, in Burnaby, B.C. practices hospitality.
This question haunts me: Will we surrender our third third to Jesus? If we won’t, our broken world will lose; sadly, so will we.
Students are formed as ministry leaders in a variety of ways and will face a variety of leadership situations upon graduation.
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A balanced, biblical call to follow Jesus’ command to offer hospitality and to welcome the stranger among us.
Having adopted a new mission statement and chosen the tagline “Christ, Community, Compassion” to accompany its logo, the Canadian Council of Churches begins its 75th year asking members “What’s the place of Christianity in Canada today?”
I just read the article “Actually, It Is a Toy,” Jan. 2019). Your picture and emotional attachment to treasures as a metaphor is so good, right on. God help us to keep transforming the Christian Reformed Church for what Jesus needs and wants to get done in our generation.
My daughter and her husband attend a church that offers only Sunday school and not children’s worship. Our congregation has had both for years. What are my grandchildren missing?
Understanding the books of Kings and Chronicles may help us navigate today’s challenging political climate.
In this Lenten season, when words slip and crack under the weight of our pain or under the weight of glory, I am thankful for the freedom to groan as in the pains of childbirth.
Hope Community Church in Flagstaff, Ariz., home to four different ministering communities, has been making space for the Flagstaff Community Shelter each winter, taking a turn with other churches to host shelter staff and 20 people who need a warm place to sleep.