Kids 8-12 can grow in their faith through meditating on 5-word verses.
Jacob Kuntz, who had a pastoral heart for people on the edge, served many Christian Reformed congregations in Ontario. He died Nov. 3 at 93.
From a long-running weekly Bible study to support with yard work, Christian Reformed congregations in Holland, Mich., are partnering with the work of Brothers & Sisters Homes, residences for men and women with intellectual disabilities.
How The Hiding Place continues to give fresh courage to one reader.
At the risk of insulting the intelligence of his student, Solomon calls him a “sluggard” and tells him to go learn how to live wisely from an insect.
The opportunities and open doors to reach out to those who are “least” are without limit.
Experts can usually tell when something has been manipulated, but what about the rest of us?
Congregation members of Naschitti (N.M.) Christian Reformed Church were prevented from using their building after an arson event in August. On Nov. 17, they returned to the sanctuary.
Bringing together pastors, community workers, and those working to support immigrants to the U.S., Northwestern College in Orange City, Iowa, hosted a panel discussion Nov. 12.
With guest artists such as Dolly Parton, a 2018 Grammy winner sings about God’s rescue.
What do you do when the person you love is lost to you, but not actually dead? A story of ambiguous loss.
A case study of a Canadian megachurch—The Meeting House.
Babel is, after all, the key narrative to which we can trace the origins of our current predicament of globalization.
The Australian teen behind “Dance Monkey” releases debut EP
Starring, written and directed by Emilio Estevez, a movie about all the people whose lives revolve around the public library.
A picture book by ABC News correspondent Linsey Davis showcases rich diversity.
The true story of one pastor’s radical trust in the people of inner-city Atlanta.
A number of churches are exploring ways to build affordable housing on their own land—what pastors and other leaders are referring to as YIGBY, or “Yes in God’s Backyard.”
About 150 volunteers from 17 Christian Reformed congregations participated in funding and building a Habitat for Humanity home for a western Michigan family.
From profit-sharing farm enterprises to the recovery of non-marketable produce, organizations across the U.S. and Canada offer a Christian response to hunger.
Eating that soup—it was as if God was inviting me to be part of the family.
I was not the man of God I had portrayed; instead, I was in need of restoration and healing grace.
If I only publish articles I fully agree with, then I would be guilty of turning The Banner into my own personal megaphone.
I wonder if the faithfulness required of us, as we wait for our wedding feast to begin, is a kind of political chastity.