What is syncretism, and how do we know when we are guilty of it?
- Church Music and Young Christians Do Go Together
In a world that sees the church floundering in its attempt to engage important questions around racism and LGBT issues, whose principal concern is whether drums or an organ take center stage?
Inspired by their pastor’s sermon on Jesus’ parable of the great banquet, the congregation of ClearView Christian Reformed Church in Oakville, Ont., hosted guests from five community groups to ‘taste the life we were made and meant for.’
Criteria for being on the list include filing for or receiving a religious exemption under Title IX, a civil rights in education law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex.
Recognizing the changing makeup of their neighborhood, the congregation of Lee Street Christian Reformed Church in Wyoming, Mich., turned its annual BASH into a celebration of neighbors’ homelands.
As an officer of Synod 2022, I had a front-row seat to the heightened anxiety from all directions around these weighty matters.
Ten survivalists are dropped off in undisclosed, remote locations (the new season is in Labrador) and equipped with just 10 survival tools, plus camera gear.
For fans of Guess How Much I Love You? and Just Me and My Dad comes a heartwarming story about a son and his papá who love to measure everything, including their love for each other.
An important book for early readers that highlights the beauty of our differences.
- Promoting Confidence in Nigeria Instead of Creating Dependency
Western missionaries in Nigeria have often created unhealthy dependence on mission staff and funding or have started programs that do not have the full support of local believers.
This podcast takes the familiar and obscure stories found in Scripture and, with humor and insight, walks readers through the faith journeys of these biblical figures.
Kevin Adams—experienced CRC pastor and church planter—makes the case that baptism isn’t merely a one-time ceremony but something to be lived and affirmed throughout one’s life.
Congratulations to the winners of our young adult writing contest sponsored by Multiplication Network Ministries ! This year’s theme is “What Gives You Hope?” We could always use a reminder of our hope in God.
Read the winning essay from this year’s Young Adult Writing Contest.
Read the second-place essay from this year’s Young Adult Writing Contest.
Get some of our top picks for reading, watching, and listening in September 2022.
When you love God and want to follow God faithfully, you are likely to ask if God might be calling you to be a pastor, missionary, or teacher.
A week’s worth of celebratory activities marked 150 years of “God’s grace, goodness, and faithfulness” for Vogel Center Christian Reformed Church in McBain, Mich.
I signed up to volunteer with the resettling agency, remembering how I had been surrounded by immigrants daily as I navigated the streets of New York City.
Fifteen-time Emmy Award winner and Pura Belpre honoree Sonia Manzano (Maria on Sesame Street) examines the impact of the 1959 Cuban Revolution on four children from very different walks of life.
Lightyear follows the legendary space ranger on an intergalactic adventure that highlights the dangers of stubborn pride.
Jay Kim's Analog Church explores the ways the digital age and its values affect the life of the church.
Responses of more than 100 Christian ministry leaders in the U.S. are captured in a new report. Other pastors shared their experiences of pandemic ministry in a Sept. 1 webinar timed with the report’s release.
Generation Z (ages 5-24) is marked by an outlook of hopelessness and despair, says campus pastor Ryan Farrell. He supervised the development of a resource to help understand and reach this group.