Robert Jipping, pastor, missionary and teacher, died Feb. 10 at the age of 82.
One of the underlying principles of Reformed polity is mutual accountability—that church members and leaders are accountable to each other
A pastor and fan of TV’s Blue Bloods reflects on family bonding, loyalty, and respect.
As a child I loved to pull my parents’ wedding album from under the bookshelf that held the fiction. I would dust it off and page through, pausing at my favorites. My parents’ wedding color was red, matching the church’s Christmas trees decorated with white lights and red bows. Candles lined the aisle and everything glowed.
It will take more time and money, but kingdom building was never going to be fast or cheap.
The Banner and Breaking Barriers, from RCA-CRC Disability Concerns, have been recognized with “Best of the Church Press” awards from the Associated Church Press for work produced in 2019.
A mother finds a way to move forward after losing her adult son in this moving memoir in verse.
The classic dog story is reanimated with mixed results in this star-filled adaptation.
Scottish pastor Alistair Begg offers a 30-minute daily podcast of devotional Bible teaching.
Hearing stories of past experiences, supporters of The King’s University’s Honduras Water Project celebrated the development effort’s 25 years of infrastructure-building trips.
The night I met the young street woman through whom God would open my eyes, the cold was especially penetrating.
Even though this outbreak presents serious challenges to our faith and institutions, it is worth pointing out that this is not the first time Christians have encountered harmful contagious diseases.
The Christian Reformed Church’s Council of Delegates will meet by video conferencing in May.
An engaging children’s picture book relates the experiences of a girl with Spina Bifida
A Christian gastronomer’s findings on “dinner churches.”
Security monitoring teams for both domestic and international staff of the Christian Reformed Church in North America have issued guidelines and restrictions to be in effect until May 31.
Christian Reformed congregations are following guidelines for gatherings and beginning to seek ways to maintain ministry while not meeting face to face.
Recalling the story of Jesus’ birth in this season is fitting and good.
Books and stories can plant seeds of empathy, and to empathize with another is the beginning of peace.
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When it comes to technology, why do people assume older folks like me don’t get it?
An acclaimed journalist details the lives and deaths of the citizens of Chicago during the summer of 2013.
It’s man and dog versus nature in this historical adventure story
The extended edition of Bastille’s latest album is a mixture of originals, covers, demos, and B-sides.