Manoj and his family were some of the only Christians in their village in India.
‘Work to build a culture of life is far from complete,’ says national March for Life president.
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From Christina Soontornvat, the visionary and versatile author of two 2021 Newbery Honor Books, comes a high-seas adventure set in a Thai-inspired fantasy world.
The Daily Poem offers one essential poem each weekday morning, from Shakespeare and John Donne to Robert Frost and E.E. Cummings.
No one can simply write a letter to synod unless they have standing to do so and have followed the prescribed procedures for submitting material for synod’s agenda.
What I’m describing is a moment I never could see coming.
Reformed Christians need to look more deeply at these texts in particular and at Scripture as a whole.
Reggie Smith critiques a documentary examining the craft and power of African American films released in the landmark era of the 1970s.
Discover some of the world’s most celebrated artists and works, through which we can witness the gospel of Christ.
A bullied 12-year-old boy must find a new normal after his mother has a stroke and his life is turned upside down.
Avatar 2 stuns with splendid visuals.
My ancestors were connected to the land in many ways, which connected them to the Creator.
North Korea has returned to the top of the World Watch List with its highest-ever persecution score after an increased number of arrests of Christians under its ‘anti-reactionary thought’ law.
Almost 400 Orthodox Christian theologians from 44 countries convened in the largest international conference of its kind Jan. 12 in Greece.
Canadians preparing for ministry through Calvin Theological Seminary no longer face the decades-long hurdle of the exchange rate between the U.S. and Canadian dollar.
There are diverse ways to worship and walk with God.
The greatly-anticipated release from seven-time GRAMMY-winner TobyMac is his first full-length project since 2018's The Elements.
The New York Times-bestselling author of The Orphan Collector blends fact and fiction, as mistaken identities lead to a young woman's imprisonment at Willowbrook State School.
It’s a good thing that when God created heat, he also created rules for heat to follow.
Meaning in the MarginsReflections on Ash Wednesday and Easter Sunday
Christ descended into the margins, became dust, and died for us.
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Assuming God did predestine only a select few to be saved, why would he bother creating people he did not elect for salvation?
This beautiful collection of short stories by a CRC member follows the lives of interconnected individuals, each navigating the often humorous, sometimes tragic, and always fascinating twists and turns of daily life.