Seekers and believers are able to have conversations about life’s most pressing issues and work together to explore answers to questions.
Imagine what the church would look like if we were able to put aside our political and theological differences and instead develop a common language based on our shared identity in Christ.
15-year-old Peyton retraces a journey his father took at 15, riding his bicycle from St. Augustine, Florida, all the way to Key West in this 1940’s era coming of age novel.
For King & Country’s long-awaited full-length Christmas album
Communication expert Quentin Schultze offers a practical, accessible, and inspiring guide to public speaking.
Lansing (Mich.) Christian School won its first state championship in girls cross-country in November.
Sioux Falls (S.D.) Christian School’s boys cross country team won their second consecutive South Dakota Class A State Championship this October.
A Christian Reformed historian’s controversial and influential book reveals the ties between white evangelicalism and militant masculinity.
See how readers responded to recent Banner issues, articles, and columns.
If Paul affirms unmarried life, why doesn’t the modern church?
“When Herod realized that he had been outwitted by the Magi, he was furious,
The Netflix sensation about an orphaned chess prodigy on her rise to becoming the world's greatest chess player while struggling with drug and alcohol dependency.
A riveting debut novel about a family escaping Czechoslovakia after the 1948 Communist takeover—based on the author's own family history.
A weekly podcast talk show features serious talks about the sacred book. Hosted by Peter Enns and Jared Byas.
Campus ministers serving universities through the COVID-19 pandemic have an opportunity to share hope in meaningful ways with a world asking a lot of questions.
A grassroots group of “former, current, and non-Methodist faith leaders” has announced the formation of an inclusive collaboration, the Liberation Methodist Connexion, or LMX.
The change was slow at first, almost imperceptible. Small and surmountable things showed up, but no one could quite put their finger on what those things were.
The U.S. Department of Labor has issued a new rule intended to foster “full and equal participation” of religious groups as federal contractors.
The U.S. State Department added Nigeria to its list of countries deemed to have the most egregious violations of religious freedom. Nine other nations were also listed as countries of particular concern.
It is possible the in-person Inspire 2021 gathering could be postponed or canceled because of COVID-19.
Stories about the spread of Christian ministry in tough places in a pre-Christian world should give us hope that God will continue to work through us to reach others and change lives.
The Canadian Council of Churches, the Canadian Interfaith Conversation, and the Canadian Multifaith Federation co-hosted a discussion Dec. 3, welcoming Justin Trudeau to talk about the value of faith communities in a time of pandemic.
A man and his teenage daughter encounter nonstop danger while searching for valuable gems on an alien moon.