Praise the Lord from the earth, you great sea creatures and all ocean depths,
I often advise university students to apply Philippians 4:8:
How can my church approach worship planning
Annie Yassie was 13 years old when she disappeared
Bart Plugboer was flying home to British Columbia from a Diaconal Ministries Canada (DMC) meeting when he realized
I got to thinking about the profound meaning of mission.
a student asked me whether I am in favor of “big government or small government.”
The Wukari Peace Process, a striving toward calm and the cessation of violence between Muslim and Christian
Adults with intellectual disabilities played games, shared snacks, laughed together, and enjoyed fellowship
The Banner has seen many changes since its humble beginnings in 1866.
From a very young age, John Zantingh wanted to be a minister.
In 1968, when counselor Nellie Harbers (now Jonkman) began working with a group of girls
Eight years have passed since Starlight Ministries, an organization
“Blessed are the peacemakers,” said Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount,
Growing up in evangelicalism, I often heard preachers talk about “the time of God’s patience.”
At Easter we celebrate our Lord Jesus Christ’s death and resurrection.
“A snowy biblical tour” was not the subject line Professor Jeff Weima expected to use
New Year’s Day kicked off the celebration across Canada with fireworks and speeches
It’s time to meet the parents.
I was 13 years old when I first discovered U2’s fifth album, The Joshua Tree.
Charles Spurgeon was known for expository preaching
“School is the worst part of my life and I spend more time there than anywhere else.”
A favorite CRC-published children’s devotional