- March 2017 Issue [nid:42261]
The Interfaith Chapel at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport doesn’t look much like a place of worship.
I am tone deaf, so singing in worship doesn’t do anything for me.
Pastor Veronica Taveras’s heart broke as she witnessed the children in her community
An immersion experience with the Bridge Street House of Prayer sparked visions for Eric Kas’s bivocational ministry in a Grand Rapids, Mich., neighborhood.
What do roofs and roasted roulade have in common?
With more than 1,000 vehicles received and nearly 850 vehicles given to people in need of reliable transportation,
Speaking at a forum on tolerance, the former U.S. religious freedom ambassador said complaints about religious freedom problems in this country pale in comparison
A desire to spend more time outside inspired Rev. Phil Boender to start the Water & Woods group
Never Alone, the first full-length album from husband-and-wife duo Seth & Nirva,
This excellent multigenerational novel about a family of talented musicians
Grandpa lives with Sophie and her parents.
The Grammy Awards were handed out last Sunday,
Churches interested in finding new and creative ways to engage people of all ages
Many of our churches have a reading bias.
Getting young people involved in worship leadership is an excellent idea
Some say Think Christian is a blog for young people, but Remein disagrees.
Shortly after the election, my friend sent me a note: “Would you be willing to go with me to the Women’s March
Steven Timmermans, executive director of the Christian Reformed Church, recently signed a letter to U.S. President Donald Trump
Two of the thousands of people to march on Washington, D.C., in the annual March for Life this January were middle-school students from Northern Michigan Christian School.
In this lengthy, complex exploration of Israel’s history leading up to the death and resurrection of Jesus,
In 1958, Richard Loving, a white man, and Mildred Jeter, a black woman, were married in Virginia.
“Tell me where you’re really from.”