In Kobe Campbell’s debut book, she walks readers through how to heal from painful patterns tied to their past with tangible tools to start their healing journey.
Soul-inspired pop singer/songwriter, worship leader and producer Natalie Layne releases a six-song EP declaring the joy we have in our faith.
How can parents help children re-engage with the natural world that is so full of amazement, creativity and love?
A good pastor is hard to find—in art, at least, if not life.
The cold hard fact is that we are all addicted to sin and every one of us struggles for sobriety from it. Repentance offers a way to be free.
The services encourage dialogue, questions and sharing to help “people to contemplate how the words of scripture and the call of Christ actually interact with their daily life.”
This is just one example of how well-meaning Christians, all with valid reasons, all respecting Scriptural authority, can in good faith have different interpretations of the same passage.
Church leaders are conducting weekly workshops to train traditional and church leadership in how to promote peace in their communities.
What if we viewed reading as not just a personal hobby or a pleasurable indulgence but a spiritual practice that deepens our faith?
Sonny Vaccaro and Nike pursue basketball rookie Michael Jordan, creating a partnership that revolutionizes the world of sports and contemporary culture.
The Banner’s Mixed Media editor offers reading picks for Native American Heritage Month, from a charming middle grade novel set on Beaver Island to a searing memoir by the NHL’s first First +Nations hockey player.
Tensions and fears in India have been growing for many years now.
The five-member band played the entire “Beautiful Letdown” album and several other tunes.
In her highly anticipated second book, Helen Knott returns with a chronicle of grief, love and legacy.
We got a news tip about a British Columbia church celebrating its pastor’s 20th anniversary with that congregation.
What is cultural appropriation? Why is it wrong? How do we avoid it?
Would it be better to toss denominations into the ash heap of history? I don’t think so.
Find hope amid anxiety through the spiritual practice of breath prayer in this beautifully illustrated and practical guide to connecting body, mind and spirit during times of stress.
As a future war between the human race and artificial intelligence rages on, ex-special forces agent Joshua is recruited to hunt down and kill the Creator, the elusive architect of advanced AI.
Millions have read books and listened to sermons by Timothy Keller. But which people and what events shaped his own thinking and spiritual growth?
A caring pastor and passionate evangelist, the ministry of John Groen, as one friend described, “centered around the truth that we are ‘dead to sin’ and ‘alive to God in Jesus Christ.’” He died Oct. 3, at age 93.
In the last several months, 16 candidates were examined and approved for ministry, two churches moved from emerging to organized status, and five congregations disbanded or disaffiliated from the Christian Reformed Church.
The ecumenical policy advocacy coalition has been releasing regular statements since the October 7 Hamas attacks and shares, “We are grieved by the war between Israel and Hamas. There is still work to do for peace and justice.”
Jesus taught us to pray, “Give us this day our daily bread.” It can be hard to grasp the depth of that prayer, however, when many of us are insulated from the precariousness of life.