After struggling over wording in a communal prayer, one ecumenical organization is developing new tools to address divides within its own network.
Brothers Alex and Derek Koops, members of Faith Christian Reformed Church in Sioux Center, Iowa, were publicly acclaimed as "Domino Masters" in 2022.
Seeing online applications as tools for evangelism, Pastor Cari Fydirchuk is developing the Reclaim-App with Acts 1:8 in mind: witnessing Christ to the ‘ends of the earth.’
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San Diego-based collective Awaken Music, from the 10,000-member, multi-campus Awaken Church, releases its sophomore full-length album.
By advocating for putting immigrants in the center of the conversation, Karen Gonzalez helps readers grow in discipleship and recognize themselves in their immigrant neighbors.
In Memoriam: Rev. John Calvin Rickers(1926-2022)
A ‘kind and humble pastor with a servant heart and a deep love for Jesus and for people,’ John Rickers died Dec. 1, at age 96.
In Matthew 5, Jesus tells us to turn the other cheek and to love our enemies. So why does the CRC allow its members to go to war?
As you slowly sand along the grain, the wood begins to reveal its beautiful characteristics.
How can we know the Bible we have today is a reliable record of the original writings?
On a foggy summer morning, I woke with the word Go in mind.
Though they aren't mentioned in the Bible Christmas story, live animals have been part of nativity scenes since the 1200s. But sometimes things go awry.
I used to resent reminders to pray. I took their reminders of prayer to mean they thought that I was somehow to blame.
Organizers believe that the lingering effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and a struggling economy have likely caused attendance to falter.
Bert Adema, executive director of Indigenous Christian Fellowship in Regina, Sask., received a Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Medal.
A former gas station turned community hub, The Garage seeks to be “a beacon of joy, hope, and recovery for our neighbors” near Terrace (B.C.) Christian Reformed Church.
A lost-in-life businessman finds God on the golf course
In the ultimate Christmas comfort read, author Davis Bunn returns to Miramar Bay for a moving story of second chances, Christmas blessings, and the beauty of nature.
A refreshing book yields lessons from Mary, Joseph, et al; and a pair of festive movies add spirit and shine to holiday watching.
The Good News of Christmas: Celebrating the Glory of Christ’s Birth Story by Rousseaux Brasseur. Illustrated by Sian James
This beautifully illustrated, poetic retelling of the Nativity story offers families a new and special way to celebrate Jesus’s birth.
In addition to the 20-minute chapels, students, faculty, and staff also engage in campus-wide Bible studies.
A hitman with a target on his back attempts a daring rescue.
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We should not let the issue of abortion blind us to the individual facing an unintended pregnancy decision.