Looking to understand more clearly the decisions of the Christian Reformed Church’s 2022 synod and hear details from the human sexuality report in their own language, leaders in the Ko-Am Classis invited theology professor Jeffrey Weima to present on the report.
The Evangelical Fellowship of Canada released a statement Feb. 21 affirming duty to care to those who are suffering and resolving “to ensure people with disability, chronic illness and mental health struggles are welcomed into full participation and belonging.”
From Sally Lloyd-Jones, the author of the bestselling The Jesus Storybook Bible, comes an uplifting new board book with a padded cover that is a perfect fit for little hands.
A middle-aged Chinese immigrant is swept up into an incredible adventure in which she alone can save existence by exploring other universes and connecting with the lives she could have led.
The Idealist is a complete portrait of Trice, Iowa State’s first Black football player.
The 13 days of continuous, spontaneous worship at Asbury University inspired an arena worship service not far from the school and similar services at other colleges.
“We need to change the way we treat disabled people in church spaces,” said Amy Kenny, a disabled scholar, Shakespeare lecturer, and author.
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Visiting the city, a girl sees how a few packets of seeds, some helping hands, and hard work transform an empty lot in a housing project into a magical place where vegetables grow and family gathers.
What might be signs of the kingdom of God at work?
If the person you are offering care to recognizes and trusts your intentions, they are likely to receive and respond.
A new book reveals rich historical detail about the women of the New Testament.
Too often in history the language of tough love has been abused to justify unloving ideas, actions, and systems. We need to be very careful.
United Kingdom singer-songwriter Philippa Hanna’s beautiful and soothing voice highlights her six-song EP.
A picture book celebrates and teaches positive associations with two important colors: black and brown.
Exiled to Tulsa, an old gangster starts a new life that looks like his old life.
The propulsive story of 10 days in June 2015 when Obama and his chief speechwriter Cody Keenan composed a series of high-stakes speeches to meet a succession of stunning developments.
The Southern Baptist Convention’s Executive Committee has deemed five congregations to be “not in friendly cooperation with the Convention” for having women serve in the role of pastor, against SBC teaching. The decision is appealable.
“Our neighbors see the value of Christians working together,” says one steering committee member of Better Together: A Third Way. He hopes all sides of the same-sex marriage issue inside the CRC would see the value of working together.
Not much has changed since David’s day. There is still a famine of hope.
The Christian Reformed Church’s Council of Delegates finds the large-scale biannual events to be too costly and not popular enough to continue. Council voices in favor of the events urge CRC not to lose emphasis on relationship.
At its February meeting the Christian Reformed Church’s Council of Delegates endorsed an allocation of next year’s ministry shares with 29.5% going to congregational ministries, 27% to the CRC’s governance offices, 19.5 % to Resonate and so on.
The Council of Delegates of the Christian Reformed Church met by video conference Feb. 15-17.
U.S., Ministry Board Approves Search for U.S. Director of Ministry Operations; Canadian Board Approves Anti-Racism ‘Terms of Reference’
Meeting separately Feb. 16, the boards that govern Christian Reformed Church ministry in the U.S. and in Canada heard reports, discussed nominees, and made plans for continued ministry work in each country.