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
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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,
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James Kachhap of Jharkhand, India, became a Christian after listening to Back to God Ministries Hindi radio programs.