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If you want to know everything Synod 2019 did, you will need to read the full Acts of Synod, all 50,000 words of it. This Guide contains an overview of the major touchpoints.
At Wild Wonder in Willoughby Christian Reformed Church in Langley, B.C., children saw how God cares for his creation and learned how they are able to take care of it, too.
Youth and leaders from Bellevue CRC spent a weekend in July engaging with different ministries in and around the campus of the University of Washington and the CRC church plant Church on the Ave.
Based on true events in the lives of the author’s grandmother and aunt, this stirring children’s picture book shares the plight of immigrants and refugees in the early 1900s.
Bouncy, soulful pop energizes rock-solid theology for challenging times.
Read by the author, the audiobook of a bestselling book delivers a warm listening experience.
My work has restored and strengthened my Christian faith. It has expanded my worldview and ignited my life with passion and purpose.
Broad as well as focused learning is required as young people prepare for their lives and callings.
Canadian pride distilled into a 34-minute audiobook.
A teenage Spiderman navigates a world where he is the chosen superhero successor.
It is not God’s wrath or judgment that leads to repentance, but rather God’s kindness. How many people have ever changed for the better through experiencing other people’s judgment?
As a Reformed Christian, I believe God cares deeply about how we steward the Earth as faithful people of God.
There’s nothing very remarkable about Sigsbee Street. It runs for just seven blocks through the near southeast side of Grand Rapids, Mich. Sigsbee School, an elementary school in the Grand Rapids Public School system, is its most notable feature.
A genre-bending novel that mixes elements of Madeleine L’engle’s sci-fi with Frank Peretti’s spiritual warfare fiction.
A picture book sensitively introduces young children to the reality being played out in the lives of millions of refugees.
The newly re-formed Newsboys deliver a powerhouse pop album.
The Christan Reformed Church released a statement Aug. 8, grieving the loss of life in recent shootings and calling members to “take an active stance against false narratives” and “stand up against racism and acts of white supremacy.”
We live in a spiritual warfare that has become intricately complicated and multi-layered. But the essence of this warfare, the main battlefield, is still about truth versus falsehood.
Across the nations, guides draw us toward the mountain of God. Sometimes those guides lead us from their youth, with humble hearts fiercely dedicated to living justice and loving mercy.
An enjoyable though ultimately shallow film about a young writer trying to break into a late night show.
The inspiring true story of a boy who grew a forest from 20 bamboo saplings.
My evangelistic challenges don’t end with casual friends and strangers. I’m better at sharing the reasons for my hope with people close to me. Still, some of the people I care most about care hardly at all about Jesus. They’re good people. They often love their neighbors in ways I fail to. They just don’t engage with Jesus or his church.
How could you sleep at night knowing the other schools in your area are more open and welcoming to all the king’s children than your school is, even if those other schools don’t acknowledge each child’s royal status?