An interview with Rudy Carrasco, contributor to the new book Uncommon Ground.
We live in a time when a healthy financial life is increasingly difficult, particularly for young people.
As we cry out to God to fix our broken world, communities, and systems, we can slip into the trap of starting to see people not as fellow image bearers, but as the opinions their group espouses.
A solo project from musician John Mitchell explores how grief is the price of love.
A poetic novel, reminiscent of both Dante's Inferno and Lost, examines themes of guilt, grief, grace, and forgiveness.
A slim collection of essays about the pandemic and racial reckoning by the author of White Teeth.
When the Grand Rapids Public Schools opened with only online learning for the first nine weeks of this academic year, First Christian Reformed Church in Grand Rapids, Mich., decided to support students in their community with an in-person daily homework club.
Bethel CRC and Wolf Creek Community Church, two Christian Reformed congregations in Lacombe, Alta., hosted a one-day immersive Bible story experience to replace their usual Vacation Bible School during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Like a scratched record album, her life is stuck on “repeat” and can only move forward when the needle is bumped, and we remind her of the events of the past.
I get my news mostly from social media, Facebook in particular. As we head into the U.S. elections, how do I know whom to trust?
Even in these difficult times, the faith of the older generation continues to light our way.
Dave Ramsey’s podcast inspires and equips its listeners to get out of debt.
A comedy about faith and family that’s a little too salty and a little too sweet
Did you know that there are more than 7,500 kinds of apples grown around the world?
This is a danger for people of all political stripes, from conservatives to progressives, from anarchists to conspiracy theorists.
In its simplest form, our classification puts human beings into two categories: friend and foe.
In Jesus, the “not yet” breaks into the “now” as we share in his resurrection and life abundant.
Using the metaphor of the vine and the branches, Bible teacher Beth Moore invites her readers to grow and flourish.
Minnesota-based worship band leads listeners in a grace-filled hour of music.
True stories of rescues, miracles, angels, and answered prayers from a First Responder.
An anthology of essays by Black female authors, read by the founder of the Well Read Black Girl book club and festival.
Several Christian Reformed congregations in Canada, seeking to deepen understanding and relationship with the Holy Spirit, have found help from Dunamis Fellowship Canada.
In the past, The Banner used to have an entire page of reader-submitted jokes.
I am left with a feeling of great discomfort when I think of the awkwardness of that moment, his inability to read my cues, my inability to tell him no.