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Without enough rain, her crops were failing—and her much-needed income was diminishing.
Celebrating the certainty of the Good News, this seven-song collection delivers such standout original tracks as “Mercy,” “Not Like Mine” and “Saved By Grace.”
A child confronts conflicting feelings of embarrassment and love for her Mexican abuela in this moving, personal story from Newbery- and Pura Belpré Award–winning author Donna Barba Higuera
My college-aged children seem to focus mostly on hobbies. I want them to find joy and fulfillment, but I’m concerned about their ability to pay their bills in the future. How do I bring up my concerns with them?
If we do not respect the historical, cultural, and linguistic differences between us and Scripture, we are in danger of distorting whatever insights we might get out of it
God himself is beauty, and God creates beautiful things.
Armed with data from an all-new survey of over 7,000 women, the authors of The Great Sex Rescue reveal how experiences in church as teens affect women's self-esteem and relationships today.
The Mandalorian and Grogu return.
A heartrending story about a young mother’s fight to keep her daughter and the terrible injustice that tears them apart, by the USA Today bestselling author of The Nature of Fragile Things and The Last Year of the War.
Three dozen churches in the Western North Carolina Conference have now agreed to leave under the denomination's exit plan. They will formally exit in November.
A Monroe Community Christian Reformed Church member said her spirit was provoked when she heard Bangladeshi Grace Bible Church needed a leader to guide new Christians in the Word.
The RE:Activate Reformed Youth Convention, hosted by a collection of Christian Reformed churches in and around Langley, B.C., hosted 200 teens at the beginning of September.
In response to the cultural mandate, Calvin has been committed to interdisciplinary sustainability work for a half century.
Warm and witty blessings found within the struggles of our shared humanity, from the New York Times bestselling authors of Good Enough.
Guitar virtuoso Phil Keaggy offers a gentle album of sacred songs based lyrically on poems by Kevin Belmonte.
Confused and disoriented, he was making his way home from the grocery store.
James 2:26 (“Faith without deeds is dead”) seems to contradict Galatians 2:16 (we are “justified by faith in Christ and not by the works of the law”).
During our drive to church, I peeked at the picture a few times. It brought a smile to my face each time.
The latest report from the Hartford Institute for Religion Research’s five-year study of the impact of the pandemic on America’s churches shows increased income, lower conflict, but more questioning of vocation by clergy.
Pastor John Xu of the Chinese Church of Iowa City (Iowa) reflected with founding pastor Jason Chen on the blessings of the student-ministry connected congregation.
A pastor who put God first and was unabashed about sharing the good news of Jesus Christ, Ron Sprik died July 21. He was 84.
When dealing with family trauma, should Christians choose self-preservation or self-denial?
A pair of ex-lover ex-spies reunite to try to save the world.