I know big technology companies keep track of our every move online, but what about privacy among family members and friends online?
No one can simply write a letter to synod unless they have standing to do so and have followed the prescribed procedures for submitting material for synod’s agenda.
Assuming God did predestine only a select few to be saved, why would he bother creating people he did not elect for salvation?
I have loved animals my whole life, so working in an animal hospital seemed like an obvious choice for a career.
Could joining God’s mission begin with recognizing God already at work?
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?
My kids want to go to a youth group at another church with their friends. We don’t have time to be involved at this church and wonder if it is appropriate to hand our kids to another group.
Should I reconsider retirement plans if I am concerned about having too much “together time” with my husband? I love him but am worried we’ll get on each other’s nerves.
It might be helpful to think about our media consumption like our food consumption: try for a well-balanced diet.
There can be much good in saying yes to something, but there’s also good in saying no.
How will our people learn Reformed doctrine in church now that synod has removed the requirement for catechism sermons?
I’m hearing suggestions that the Bible is not a rule book, but Christian confessions declare it “the only rule for life and faith” (Westminster Confession) and “infallible rule” (Belgic Confession, Art. 7). Which is right?
This question usually arises when we consider using undesirable actions or approaches to work toward noble or legitimate ends.
Who’s responsible for my faith growth?
How can I tell if I am emotionally healthy?
If God is at work in our neighborhoods, perhaps we should be too.
As churches reopen after the pandemic, it’s been encouraging that some of the technological steps taken to make worship or meetings more accessible are planned to continue.
What do confessing members and officebearers who have previously signed the Covenant for Officebearers do when the Christian Reformed Church changes its confessions, and they no longer agree with the beliefs in the confessions?
When you love God and want to follow God faithfully, you are likely to ask if God might be calling you to be a pastor, missionary, or teacher.
People often say that we should read the Bible to know what God is saying. How do we read the Bible to make decisions that don’t necessarily have a moral answer?
We know that it’s wrong to physically harm people. But is it ever right to hurt people’s feelings for the sake of God’s truth? For instance, Jesus called the Pharisees a “brood of vipers.”
At just about every church leadership event, the first question attendees ask of one another is “How big is your church?”
My husband and I can’t agree on whether we should be cremated or not. Is there any biblical instruction for this?
Leaders in many Christian churches are embracing Enneagram personality typing. I would be very glad to have solidly Reformed feedback on this practice.