Meeting Jan. 18-25 for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, members of New Street Christian Reformed Church in Burlington, Ont., gathered with their growing group, Christians on a Journey.
Bethany Christian Services, a Michigan-based global nonprofit agency supporting children and families, has announced its intention to stop placing children through international adoption.
At the Presidents Conference of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities abuse survivor and activist Rachael Denhollander brought her advocacy to educators.
New housing at 501 Eastern Ave. in Grand Rapids, Mich., officially opened last month featuring 17 apartments set aside for under-housed young people. Members of Eastern Avenue Christian Reformed Church played a key role in the project’s completion.
First Christian Reformed Church in Denver, Colo., has up to 100 volunteers, including transportation coordinator Ed Schans, participate in hosting families experiencing homelessness.
A Christian Reformed congregation in rural western Michigan is making a difference in the lives of orphans and widows in Nigeria through personal connections.
For Resurrection Church, an emerging congregation of the Christian Reformed Church in Boston, Mass., connecting to the neighborhood means participating in what community organizations are already doing.
At this year’s March for Life demonstration on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., president Donald Trump became the first-ever sitting president to offer an in-person address.
For the first time, stated clerks from the U.S. and Canada gathered for learning and mutual support.
Art class students incarcerated at Earnest C. Brooks Correctional Facility in Muskegon, Mich., tell powerful stories with their art. Teacher Marianne Tanis is exhibiting their work at First Christian Reformed Church in Grand Rapids.
“Rodg” Buining loved the Lord with all his heart, soul and mind. He served churches in six states. He died Nov. 26 at the age of 88.
Pastor and historian Gerrit (Gary) Bieze died Dec. 15, after a brief struggle with cancer. He was 83.
New Life Prison Community Church in Newton, Iowa, has applied to their classis (Central Plains) to move to organized status in 2020.
Rick Mast felt supported as he ministered on campus following the deaths of 10 members of the University of Alberta academic community in the crash of Ukraine International Airlines Flight 752.
At Hillcrest Christian Reformed Church the men’s discipleship program Every Man a Warrior has helped 45 men and counting to develop as followers of Christ.
Classis Alberta North has appointed a task force to investigate how to equip churches to care for and serve people who struggle with issues related to mental health.
A study from the Pew Research Center that compares the size and composition of households among the world’s different faiths finds that Christian children, more than members of any other religious group, live in single-parent homes.
At Shoreline (Wash.) Christian Reformed Church Pastor Daniel Claus invited congregation members to create and share artwork inspired by the book of Revelation.
Five of the musicians and poets who participated in this fall’s open mic share their thoughts on how their art interacts with the church community.
Gary M. Burge’s feature “Pew or Canoe” and Clayton Libolt’s news story “Synod Declares Kinism a Heresy” were among the most engaging this past year. Thanks for reading!
Parry Stelter, founder of Word of Hope Ministry and a member of Hope Christian Reformed Church in Stony Plain, Alta., is extending education in the work of reconciliation.
With a mission to “challenge, mentor, and enable students to think, work, and live as Christian disciples in the academy and in their professions,” Christian Reformed Campus Ministries at the University of Toronto, Ont., has been active for 50 years.
The independent religious freedom watchdog whose future was in question in recent months has been reauthorized as part of an omnibus bill.
Don Shaw, one of the founding members of the Christian Reformed church plant Destination Church in St. Thomas, Ont., doesn’t just listen to the friends he meets—he wonders what might happen if friends with differing needs meet one another.