When Alvin Plantinga arose to accept the 2017 Templeton Prize for “progress in religion,” he couldn’t resist a wry observation.
When I was in college, one of my professors occasionally asked me to house-sit when he and his wife were out of town.
Several years ago I was asked to pray for the United States at our church's annual Prayer Day service.
As the church wrestles with whether women and men who practice homosexuality ought to be embraced into the full life of the church...
Poor Zechariah. He’s minding his priestly business, and suddenly an angel accosts him and delivers shocking news.
“We feel stuck.”
From our earliest days, we are taught to distinguish.
The service begins in silence. The casket with the body inside is carried to the front of the sanctuary,
Mental illness does not wear any bandages. There are no slings or crutches.
I was born and raised in Malaysia.
You are going to die. We all are going to die.
In 2017, Christians are marking the Reformation’s 500th anniversary.
The tongue has the power of life and death, and those who love it will eat its fruit
I sang with Elder Clinton Taylor in the gospel choir at Lawndale Christian Reformed Church
For the last couple of years, in conversations with men, I have found occasion to say, “I think men are in trouble today.”
Before I met my husband, my understanding of “mass” was limited to a vague notion of its usefulness in physics.
United we stand, divided we fall.
Do you have travel plans?
We often associate the Holy Spirit’s coming at Pentecost with the images in Acts 2: violent winds, tongues of fire, and people speaking in tongues.
Our family has quite the collection of Bible storybooks, gifts from loved ones who pray for our son’s faith formation.
The first time I looked for them, I had more than a little trouble.
In courtrooms, witnesses swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth
Have you heard a sermon about heaven lately?