As in many hospitals around the world, Momoru says the hospital where he works near Tokyo, Japan, has felt “more like a battlefield than a place of care.”
Even with all of these success stories going on, I know there is a lot more we could do. Every part of our denomination needs a growth strategy.
Worship Ministries continues to build up a small library of video sermons for congregational use.
The students at Unity Christian School in Chilliwack, B.C., are committed to being good stewards of God’s creation.
Hearts Exchanged is a learning and action journey that equips Reformed Christians to engage with Indigenous peoples as neighbors in ways that grow trust and transformation.
Whether it be age, ethnicity, culture, language, church model, how people connect to God in worship, or something else, it can be hard for people to find the right church fit.
The crash left Jenica with several life-threatening injuries, including severe head trauma. She remembers nothing of the several months that followed.
Ayan and her four children arrived in Canada as refugees in the midst of the pandemic.
The temptations in Africa aren’t any different from those in North America.
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A hospital chaplain vividly remembers the fear, disorientation, and confusion she and others felt as the hospital shifted to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Today, diverse congregations are becoming more and more commonplace in the Christian Reformed Church.
Years in the making, the program launched in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic in the fall of 2020 as students tuned in online.
A glimpse of CRC congregations and agencies working toward this goal
CARD: Today, as people move throughout the world and various cultures collide, the denomination has an opportunity to worship God and seek God’s shalom together as a diverse family of Christ.
Orland Park CRC has collaborated with World Renew DRS for over a dozen years, specializing in “whole-house build” projects in several disaster-affected locations.
We need to seek out people and, by a process of mutual engagement, release the spark placed in them through the power of the Holy Spirit.
The Bible is filled with stories of men and women of all ages and from unexpected places who are used by God as part of God’s big plan.
For the first time, Disability Concerns took the training online and opened it to anyone connected to the ministry.
Rebecca Konyndyk DeYoung spoke at the 2021 January Series: “Sin is not a game,” she said, “and deep down we know it.”
The Centre for Public Dialogue in Ottawa, Ont., offers young people an opportunity that goes two ways.
Let’s commit to building some discipline into our prayer and spiritual lives this year.
“In (Uganda), where the false prosperity gospel is usually taken for granted as truth, many Christians don’t know how to think about suffering in their lives, especially sickness and poverty.”
Without realizing it, Quésia had formed a new spiritual habit.
In spiritual direction, the director “gives 100 percent of their attention to listening along with you to what the Spirit is saying.”
Brooks and Emerson each believed that bringing their two churches together could help bring down that division.