Raise Up’s partnership with Relay Trust began as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
The site offers preaching connections, sermon commentary, and Spanish content.
Partnerships are usually strengthened through annual visits, but COVID-19 travel restrictions put these visits on hold.
After briefly weighing whether to strike up a conversation, he leaned over and said, “Pardon me, I heard you say ‘Grand Rapids.’ I lived there for eight years.”
Can we be bound together by the power of the Holy Spirit as one body even though our physical bodies are forced to be separate?
Around the world, people in different cultures are reimagining church in different ways.
Window Rock Christian Reformed Church ministers to people living on reservation land in Arizona.
The “Encourage, Equip & Inspire” event at Delavan Christian Reformed Church in Delavan, Wisc., brought leaders together for workshops about faith formation.
Antoine’s struggles began in his home. He and his wife have been longing for a child for a long time, and he said he felt “desperate” in his longing.
I have always been fascinated with language, especially American Sign Language. Looking back, I am so thankful I was guided by two significant women in the church on my journey.
In the Bible and today, God invites us as “called-out ones” to live in the midst of this fallen creation.
Because the work of social justice involves engaging public policies and political systems, the efforts of this ministry often encounter resistance.
하나님이 무엇을 하고 계시는지, 무엇을 하실 수 있는지 봅시다.
Sometimes global mission work is separated from justice and mercy work, and Christians get a reputation of caring only for people’s souls and not their immediate needs.
What does shalom look like, and how can it be found in the midst of the pandemic, conflict, injustice, and uncertainty we often find ourselves living in?
We tried to comprehend how abuse can grow within spaces that are to represent a caring and loving God.
God requires that we all—regardless of our background, education, or status in life—repent of our missteps, seek forgiveness and restoration, and begin again.
Centered around dialogue, this type of learning builds on the relational way God has designed our brains.
The COVID-19 pandemic made many families’ financial situations even more stressful. Many parents lost jobs and could not afford tuition or the resources for at-home learning.
“On the ground, these numbers translate to a heart-wrenching tragedy,” reported Rev. A.K. Lama, ReFrame’s Hindi ministry leader who serves in India’s northeastern region.
The last time Patrick Campbell’s name was published publicly, it was in reference to his worst mistake—one that would cost him his freedom.
It was 3:23 p.m. on a Friday in May when the phone rang. I paused before answering.
On numerous occasions over the past year, I have reflected on COVID and the other huge events going on in our society.
Young adults are often described as “leaders of the future” or “the future of the church.” But in reality, they are not just leaders of the future—they are leaders of the church today.