Growing up, author Dawn Anahid MacKeen heard her grandfather Stepan Miskjian’s stories
Jonathan Goldstein’s podcast, Heavyweight, is a smart and introspective show about revisiting the very moments we wonder about and regret.
While Old Love may be his debut release, Eric Brandon’s years of performing experience provide a quiet maturity
The Board of Trustees of the Christian Reformed Church appointed Rev. Reginald Smith as the new director of two ministries
Rev. Sarah Hae Kyung Roelofs was appointed by the Christian Reformed Church’s Board of Trustees to direct its Chaplaincy and Care ministry.
In Regina, Sask., the Indian and Metis Christian Fellowship (IMCF) learned, through a very unfortunate incident,
Private First Class Donald Hofman had been labeled Missing in Action since the day he was believed to be killed during World War II.
Madeleine Bonsma-Fisher, a member of Jubilee Fellowship Christian Reformed Church in St. Catharines, Ont.,
Living paycheck to paycheck. Not having enough money to make payments on student loan debt.
Rev. Ron Klimp, director of the Christian Reformed Church’s Chaplaincy and Care ministry, is retiring
As pastor and chaplain, Lou Kok has been described by many as a good man.
Bill Lewis was a man who loved mercy, sought justice, and walked humbly with God.
World Relief has announced it will lay off more than 140 staff members and close five local offices
When Lent begins on March 1, I will join other Christians in giving something up.
In a historic church building in downtown Lincoln, Neb., a young congregation is cultivating new community and life.
Lis Van Harten and Cecil Van Niejenhuis have been named to serve as co-directors
Millbrook Christian Reformed Church in Grand Rapids, Mich., was packed this week with people
You’ve probably seen huge piles of flattened boxes behind a mall or grocery store.
I have been involved with life issues since my parents stuffed me into a dress shirt and tie,
2017 marks the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.
Following a discussion about miracles, the teacher took the class to the zoo
Last year a request came from the deacons in our church to sponsor Syrian refugees.
As I write this, the hearts of many Banner readers are troubled by the political unrest in the United States and the horrific mosque shooting in Canada.