In September delegates of Christian Reformed Churches in Classis Illiana and Classis Northern Illinois traveled to meet together with del
Members of Bethel Christian Reformed Church in Lansing, Ill., became known for their love when they turned out in force to repair and reh
The latest round of classis meetings reveals several Christian Reformed churches in conflict with their own classis (regional grouping of
Two churches in the Midwest celebrated their 100th birthdays in recent months.
Wright Christian Reformed Church of Kanawha, Iowa, provides a special Christmas present each year for residents of a local nursing home.
On Christmas Day at Bethel Christian Reformed Church in Edmonton, Alberta, it’s hard to know who is a member of the church and who
After spending a year studying books by Rev.
Vandals caused thousands of dollars worth of damage Oct. 29 to Western Michigan Christian High School in Muskegon.
Gabrielle Starr put her speech into action in Langley, British Columbia, this fall.
Classis Pacific Northwest is taking seriously the call to care for the most vulnerable among us by bringing an overture (request) to Syno
A carnival atmosphere pervades Southwell Park in the Houston suburb of Spring Heights, Texas, one Saturday each month.
From First Christian Reformed Church, Denver, to Candidate Joel Schreurs.
From Worthington (Minn.) CRC, to Rev.
Liberia’s wrenching civil war left the West African country with poorly trained schoolteachers.
The mission to deliver 28 vehicles to aid workers in war-torn Darfur, Sudan, ended successfully in mid-October.
Losses of the Heart
Please convey my sincere thanks to Nathan Sneller for his beautifully honest article “Losses of the Hea
A Sunday school teacher asked his class, “Who was the mother of Jesus?”
“Mary,” a child answered.
HOW ARE YOU? I am fine (better than last month). Is it cold up there at the North Pole? I bet you worry about global warming.
During World War II days, the Andrews Sisters made the Hit Parade with their song “Roll Out the Barrel” (. . .
When the Heidelberg Catechism first appeared in 1563, few would have guessed it was destined for greatness.
One fine day God told Moses to build a tabernacle—a house for God. God said, “Just build any old thing, Moses.
- Bread, Stone, or Snake?
In 1987 we spent two weeks of cultural orientation living in an empty
hut in a Fulani village in Mali.
I first arrived in the United States in October 1990.
If you've watched the hit movie The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, you may have noticed both the Disney and