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It has been a year of change at Redeemer with new program options
People have responded with either “throw the bums out” or “have a heart.”
It was a historic season in men's basketball for the Redeemer Royals.
Faced with mounting criticism for its decision to give a major award to the Rev. Tim Keller
2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.
"But you're not black!"
“I learned a long time ago from my friends that teaching was one of my gifts,”
For Saboern, it felt like a bad situation that was only getting worse.
On the southernmost Italian island, Lampedusa, people live modest but mostly comfortable lives.
“How can we make it through the long night of despair to the bright day of hope?”
Though children may be exposed to the Lord’s Prayer at home, school, and church,
Our platforms for communication are endless.
James Kachhap of Jharkhand, India, became a Christian after listening to Back to God Ministries Hindi radio programs.
“Our project serves to practically support those who are training to serve and lead in Classis Red Mesa’s congregations,”
The heartache of a broken marriage should not prevent individuals from being able to move forward
What can I do to minimize or prevent family discord in the wake of the divisive U.S. election?
Spring is here! Plants are sprouting and birds are busy building nests.
I was nodding along enthusiastically from the first page in of James K. A. Smith’s new book,
The Ann Arbor (Mich.) Campus Chapel had been talking about installing solar panels since the early 2000s;
A respected pastor, urban missionary, professor, author, and world-renowned speaker and consultant,
When Mary-Jane Tigchelaar’s children reached university age, she and her husband asked themselves a hard question:
As Cameron Gelderman looks forward to graduation, he will be leaving King's University of Edmonton with a degree in business
After a 9-year hiatus, gospel powerhouse CeCe Winans returns with a reflective and hopeful work, Let Them Fall in Love.