This month ushers in major transitions in our denominational leadership.
Trap or Testimony?
Editor’s note: The names in this story have been changed to protect the identities of
Voices rising from the street outside my front gate grabbed my attention one morning.
I recently walked into a roomful of newly appointed church planters and first-time campus ministers.
Financial Support Up in All Areas
July 1, 2004 – March 31, 2005
Thousands Visit BTGH’s Chinese-Ministry website
The Internet is an increasingly important part of the Back to God Hour&r
The church is in the midst of a leadership crisis.
- A CRWRC worker shares God's call to serve through agroforestry
Don Adrian, my octogenarian neighbor in El Salvador, looked at me in disbelief.
Thriving Indonesian Radio Ministry Gets New Home
- Crossing Into Sierra Leone's Future
Locals call this ribbon cut through Sierra Leone’s jungle a road.
- An Overwhelming Need; An Amazing Response
As I write this, it has been four months since the South Asia tsunami hit countries surrounding the Indian Ocean.
July 1 – Dec. 31, 2004
Walking Through the Valley: A Tsunami Update
I should not show much grief for the death of my three relatives,” sai
Without the financial support of Home Missions I would not be able to start a new church in Passaic, N.J.
Home Missions serves Christian Reformed churches so that they can do the job of bringing the transforming message of salvation to North
Home Missions has taken steps to improve its ability to help the CRC strengthen existing churches, support campus ministries, and start
Christian Reformed Home Missions is committed to helping Christian Reformed churches, ministries, and members follow Christ and reconcile
- Putting First Things First
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