Only a few weeks ago I wrote my final contribution to these pages as an employee of the denomination—or at least I thought so at th
C. S. Lewis taught many people many things, but he couldn’t teach his own dog to fetch a bone.
This column is devoted to enjoying some of the rich diversity God has blessed us with in the CRC.
I always feel kind of uptight and tense when I visit high schools. This time is certainly no exception. I arrive just as the bell rings.
More than 1,200 “religious progressives” from across the United States gathered in Berkeley, Calif., this summer to begin bui
An alliance of church groups in Zimbabwe is forming to aid victims of the government’s “drive out trash” campaign that
Brother Roger, the 90-year-old leader of the Taize ecumenical community in France, was stabbed to death by a woman during a prayer servic
Despite a scorching heat wave, 64 teens and their leaders who converged on Brampton, Ontario, for a weeklong SERVE project were eager to
Twenty-four young people from Wisconsin, North Carolina, and Ontario put their noses to the grindstone to transform a home for a woman an
On most service projects, you won’t find a one-to-one ratio of participants and volunteers, a full-time registered nurse who dispen
“Out of all the years I’ve been in church and reading the Bible, I really learned to better understand the Bible,” said
Fewer than 300 teens participated in two Youth Unlimited Summits this summer, but the important things that happen at Summit really have
Kaycee Knochenmus from Sioux Falls, S.D.
First Christian Reformed Church of Grand Haven, Mich., celebrates a century and a half of ministry this year.
The Institute for Christian Studies (ICS) has announced that Rev.
When their service trip to Haiti was canceled six hours before departure, (see story above) the seven-member team from Denver’s Fir
Six hours before they left for Haiti to help build a ministry center, a service group from First Christian Reformed Church in Denver got
Rev. Scott E.
In a stunning display of courage and faith, Elizabeth Woudsma visited with the Sea to Sea cyclists as they came through Kingston, Ontario
Bikers participating in the Sea-to-Sea bike tour across Canada held an impromptu hymn sing at the clapboard church that was home to the f
With sunshine blazing over the water, 135 cyclists dipped their front tires into the Atlantic Ocean at the Halifax (Nova Sco
From Goshen (N.Y.) Christian Reformed Church to Rev. Glenn Gerdes of Racine, Wis.
Regarding the two articles about why parents chose Christian or public schools for their children
As thousands of displaced survivors of Hurricane Katrina flowed into Houston, Texas, New Life Christian Reformed Church swung into action