Rev. Bruce Adema has been appointed the new director of Canadian ministries for the Christian Reformed Church in North America.
Two years ago Rehoboth (N.M.) Christian School set out to celebrate its centennial, little knowing that the anniversary would flower into
I first saw the Tree of Hope during the 2003 Christmas season. At that time I worked at the World Financial Center in Lower Manhattan.
Getting ready for Christmas is kind of like time traveling.
In my humble opinion, all paid ministry staff who work with children and youth in Christian Reformed congregations should function as if
OK, so it’s not as important as sending a letter to or on behalf of persecuted people (you read the editorial, didn’t you?),
Last December I invited Banner readers to join me in placing just a single item on our Christmas wish list: a goat.
We were out of town. Not long. Five days. But when we returned, the restaurant near the corner was gone. It disappeared! Like magic!
Over the Past year we’ve heard a great deal about the suffering of the Indonesian people after the terrible tsunami tragedy last Ch
Heather Rosema has a plan to bring racial reconciliation into her life.
Changes in the Master of Divinity degree program at Calvin Theological Seminary will make it possible for students to complete the degree
Waxing floors, sorting folders, hammering nails, and stocking food pantries are a few of the projects that occupied more than 100 student
After a time of home service, it was my first Sunday back as a missionary in the Dominican Republic.
Flash back to the early 1990s: Coffee Break, a ministry of Christian Reformed Home Missions, is drawing women by the hundreds to small gr
By the time you read this issue of The Banner, Thanksgiving will be past—long past, for those of you who celebrated the ho
In July I attended the National Gathering of United Methodist Men at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind.
If you need directions, just ask.
After the deadly tsunami swept across South Asia, CRWRC was one of the first relief agencies on the scene.
The mission of the Back to God Hour is to spread God’s Word and make disciples of all peoples through electronic media ministry.&nb
When Synod 2005 delegates visited the Back to God Hour’s International Communications Center in Palos Heights, Ill. a
The Back to God Hour’s message goes out through radios, televisions, computers, and cell phones.
1915 – 2005
“The disaster of Hurricane Katrina may be the worst tragedy America has known since the Civil War. . . .