Although orthodoxy and orthopraxy are both necessary, I think we have overemphasized them at the expense of orthocardia.
As Reformed Christians we know that everything is being redeemed by God—even the giant, sometimes dark and sinister hole we call the internet.
A moving tribute to the little-known history behind the first Memorial Day, illustrated by Coretta Scott King Award-winner Floyd Cooper.
The hopes and dreams of a Korean immigrant family over four generations.
This picture book is based on the author's own immigration story from China, the infinite impact of friendship, and passing on love and kindness around the world.
An advisory panel report to Canada’s Minister of National Defence recommends changes to chaplaincy in the Canadian Armed Forces. A Cardus review says those changes would be discriminatory.
First Christian Reformed Church of Ripon, Calif., concluded a years-long process of disaffiliation from the denomination May 10. Regional groups of churches wishing to learn about the process have attended workshops on affiliation/disaffiliation.
Compassionate and caring, with an insatiable love for learning, pastor and chaplain Jim Molenbeek died April 20. He was 73.
God can do more with this than we can see.
‘They are some of the matriarchs and the pillars of our community,’ Buffalo minister says of residents killed in May 14 attack.
The hostilities in Ukraine have delivered daily reminders that conflict creates risk to human lives even beyond violence.
What’s the lifespan of a popular worship song? On average 3-4 years, a new study says.
A highly rated Indigenous-made comedy, a reality fixer-upper with a twist, and a tense British crime thriller are a sample of offerings from Peacock.
Just as three friends from medical school gather to travel in Spain, an outbreak of a fast-spreading virus throws the world into chaos. Written before COVID-19 by a former ER doctor.
Podcast produced by Fuller Theological Seminary dives into the reality and beauty of living out Asian American Christian faith.
The Banner received the Award of Excellence for denominational (digital) publication from the Evangelical Press Association and an honorable mention for meeting coverage from the Associated Church Press.
Samaritan’s Carriage, an accessible transportation and excursion service founded by members of First Christian Reformed Church in Grand Rapids, Mich., recently resumed ministry after being sidelined by the pandemic.
We followed the coffin, and then I sat in one of the chairs next to the coffin.
When I see daffodils come up I can’t help but think about the coming summer and the promises of God’s cycles.
“I grew up on the mission field, and now I am taking that global experience back to Calvin. It’s like taking it full circle.”
Meeting June 10-16 in Grand Rapids, Mich., the general assembly of the Christian Reformed Church might already be on your radar because of the human sexuality report. Here’s what else to watch for.
Synod—the general assembly of the Christian Reformed Church—hasn’t met since 2019. Here’s a reminder of what it is and what it does.
Religion News Service spoke with Bishop Mary Ann Swenson, a United Methodist in the U.S. who serves as a vice moderator for the World Council of Churches central committee.
When Junie Kim is faced with middle school racism, she learns of her grandparents’ extraordinary strength and finds her voice.