Our Lord and Savior was an ordinary guy who did ordinary work for most of his life.
More than 60 Christian Reformed ministry leaders, local church leaders, and members met virtually Jan. 27 to hear and discuss stories and strategies of church planting in Canada.
A pastor to fellow pastors, who was passionate about preaching, Archie Bazuin lived to 97 years. He died Jan. 12.
A pastor, seminary professor, and leader of prison ministry, David Schuringa, had a commitment to the Christian Reformed confessions and an impact beyond the denomination. He died Sept. 14, 2023, at age 70.
Convinced that the lives of ordinary Black people deserved to be documented, Roy DeCarava celebrated beauty through his photography, a process captured in this exquisite picture book.
Monk is a frustrated novelist who's fed up with the establishment that profits from Black entertainment that relies on tired and offensive tropes.
What if aging is something to aspire to, not to dread? What if together we could forge a radiant rebellion against the idea of aging as a season of decline?
If Jesus walked among us today, I know he would have a bench, or at least a retreat spot.
Christian leadership requires living out a life of service throughout the week, not just on Sundays.
Two-time Scotiabank Giller Prize winner Esi Edugyan debuts her picture book, a whimsical story about friendship, curiosity and the magic of a vibrant community.
The English Ministry podcast features people who are from the Korean and Asian American immigrant church context (especially in the PCA) and gives voice to their stories.
From naming and renaming what eventually became the Christian Reformed Church in North America to the first publication dates of denominational periodicals, quite a number of memorable events in our denomination happened in February. Here are a few:
Scripture calls us to speak the truth in love (Eph. 4:15). I believe this means speaking the truth not only with loving intent, but also in loving, kind, and gentle ways.
The truth is that we may say with our lips that we love the Lord and that he is our treasure, yet our hearts may be far from jim.
If you believe that people go immediately to heaven when they die, do you think it might have been a bit cruel to Lazarus for Jesus to bring him back to life?
When I mentioned to a friend that I think everyone should find a job they love, he responded that some people just need to make a living. Is this a cop-out?
- What Lent Can Teach Us About Caring for Creation
Humans are both dust and reflections of the divine. Two sacred, God-given identities meant to sit side by side, each meant to inform and contextualize the other. But what happens when the balance is thrown out of whack?
One of the things I’m (re)learning is that fasting is one of the most helpful disciplines for listening to God and discerning his will during difficult or divided times.
A beautiful, full-color guided journal to practicing prayer through the language of the psalms.
Ethan Hunt and the IMF team must track down a terrifying new weapon that threatens all of humanity if it falls into the wrong hands.
The report also raises the alarm on a degrading situation for Christians amid attacks on Christian schools and hospitals in India.
Gateway Community Church in Abbotsford, B.C., partners with BC Housing to run an emergency shelter. It isn’t all success stories, but volunteers say they still experience hope.
Everywhere we look, no matter the time of year, the wonders of creation remind us that God is always near.
Beginning in the summer of 2024, Calvin University will pilot a free academic transition program called Wayfinder in the 49507 area.