Since retiring in 1991 I’ve had opportunity to serve many Christian Reformed churches as interim pastor.
One dark night a New York cabbie picked up a passenger.
HERE’S HOW IT USED TO BE:
Five ordained Christian Reformed women have joined efforts to—in their words—“promote full inclusion of women in all ar
- Rev. Nicolaas B. Knoppers
March 3, 1917 - October 28, 2006
It is always intriguing for me to read the various notices in Christianity Today, First Things, and similar publications announ
My title betrays a typically North American way of thinking and talking. We want to know how something works.
The True False Identity
by T Bone Burnett
reviewed by Robert N. Hosack
Jesus-powered superkids, demonic assassins, and faith-propelled boulders?
Q: In a previous Banner you said that anyone appointed by a consistory may lead a worship
- Thinking Aloud About Synod 2006’s Decisions
As Bob De Moor points out in his editorial, halting discussion about women’s participation in the leadership of the church does
Has it snowed at your home yet? If you live in the northern United States or in Canada, it probably has.
Preaching professor Thomas Long once observed that good preaching is exactly what it looks like: hard work done under pressure.
For generations God has produced a living faith in the hearts of believers.
Because I always hear your radio program every morning, my family and I were saved,” wrote Mrs.
That’s because Sterk is this year’s official Calvin Lecturer, part of the Calvin Worldview Lectureship cosponsored by Christ
Noah Diall is the father of four.
My father was both a pastor and a furniture maker. He found his calling in the church and his hobby in the workshop.
James and Otis Pewee have an extraordinary tale to tell. What’s even more remarkable is that they’re alive to tell it.
Alice Sluiter De Boer mows her own lawn, bakes pies, drives herself around her rural town, and attends weekly church activities.
- How parents and churches can make worship a highlight for kids
Sunday mornings can be the low point in a kid’s week.
These are the days of darkness in the Northern Hemisphere.
Roman Catholic bishops in the U.S.
Michigan’s science educators must teach evolution, not creationism, the state Board of Education decided unanimously in October.