One hundred simple yet heartfelt devotions to guide readers on the days they don’t know what to pray.
Packed with radio hits, this jazzy, soulful Christian album resonates with hope.
A poem about a bittersweet memory.
Check out our list of books to read this month, plus the Lowdown on what’s coming up on TV, in the movies, or in the publishing world.
Empowering today’s youth to discern healthy sexuality amid the sex-positive movement.
See how readers responded to recent Banner issues, articles, and columns.
Should Christians receive a vaccine that uses aborted fetal cells in its production?
It’s best to approach life like fresh bread intended to be made and eaten daily.
First Christian Reformed Church in Orange City, Iowa turned 150 in 2021.
Albert Hamstra, former Asia regional director and director of special projects for World Missions in the Christian Reformed Church, died July 13.
Kevin DeYoung provides a pastorally sensitive introduction to the complementarian understanding of what the Bible teaches about the roles of men and women.
Now streaming, a 2020 Indie film tells the story of a white woman who becomes an Ethiopian refugee.
Written by a CRC pastor, this historical memoir will give insight and courage to anyone interested in justice for all regardless of race in our current politically polarized time.
The New Testament makes this point as well when it compares the road that leads to eternal life as narrow and the one that leads to destruction as broad.
God requires that we all—regardless of our background, education, or status in life—repent of our missteps, seek forgiveness and restoration, and begin again.
Centered around dialogue, this type of learning builds on the relational way God has designed our brains.
In this poignant, perceptive, witty novel, Gary D. Schmidt brings authenticity and emotion, weaving in themes of grief, loss, redemption, achievement, and love.
A reflective live worship album invites listeners to remember God’s character.
This dual perspective—love for a country and the thought that I would never fit in—has served me well.
Even though that 2013 report named them, I wonder how much these fears have been openly acknowledged and transparently wrestled with by CRC leaders.
Writer and spiritual director Charlotte Donlon reframes loneliness and offers us a language for the disquiet within.
A broken survival expert and an orphan run from a fire and a pair of assassins.
Attuned to the power of the written word, seasoned teachers contemplate sacred themes, exploring passages from books they love in light of passages from Scripture.
Fellowship Christian Reformed Church in Albuquerque, N.M., had seven members die this past year. The remaining small congregation celebrated those lives all at once Aug. 8.