When Christ is at the center, diversity among Christians is not just possible, it’s also beautiful, even if it is still a lot of work.
The Onyx 2 students gathered to support Chhy because that’s the type of community Onyx 2 fosters.
A therapist and pastoral care professor illuminates and enlightens in a book about narcissism in the church.
A sci-fi spy movie that’s more riddle than story
Pastor and survivor Ruth Everhart shines a light on the prevalence of sexual abuse and misconduct within faith communities.
After almost a decade serving as director of the Christian Reformed Church’s Safe Church Ministry, Bonnie Nicholas is retiring in November.
Music and books to enjoy yourself or to give to someone you care about.
I affirm that, indeed, God is love and that we come to know something of God through experiencing and witnessing love.
A country singer/songwriter processes her losses and traumas through the seven stages of grief.
This sweet and inspiring picture book is based on the true story of a school in India designed to teach illiterate grandmothers how to read and write.
A CRC elder from Muslim Iran reflects on how Persian poets such as Rumi have woven Jesus Christ into their art.
Because everything is so connected, each job is equally important.
With the flu season almost upon us, and predictions of tightening restrictions, how are we, the church, preparing for this Christmas season?
One hundred years ago, on Oct. 30, 1920, the Christian Reformed Church’s first missionaries to China left by ship from San Francisco.
A partnership between River City Church, a Christian Reformed congregation in Cambridge, Ont., and Trinity Centres Foundation, a group that funds and operates transformation projects, is reclaiming a historic church building.
Several reports received by the CRC’s Council of Delegates at its October meeting noted concerns of tension, stress, and struggle for pastors. The Banner talked to staff of the Pastor Church Resources ministry to find out where there is help.
Since May, several Christian Reformed ministries have united to send checks to churches disproportionately affected by the virus, shutdowns, and recession.
Obviously, church is much more than a building.
When the Great Depression takes almost everything they own, Ellie’s family is forced to leave their home in town and start over in the untamed forests of Echo Mountain.
Catchy, up-tempo pop tunes and ballads invite the listener to move closer to Jesus.
A superb narrator enhances this audiobook of the #1 New York Times bestseller about light-skinned Black twins and the divergent pathways they take.
A pastor and professor committed to a Kingdom-focused world-and-life view that proclaims the Lordship of Jesus Christ in every sphere of life, John Vander Stelt died Sept. 19.
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