Raidel Leon, U.S. military chaplain, traces his interest in the military to being born and raised in Cuba.
Estefany and Jefferson were once students at Tesoros de Dios. Now, they're making a difference as staff members.
How are church leaders in China, and elsewhere, preaching Christ in both gathered and digital spaces?
World Renew is responding to Hurricane Laura, which caused an estimated $12 billion of damage in Louisiana.
Students have returned to classes amid testing and many precautions at Calvin University.
In retirement, Rev. Richard Killmer will keep advocating to help make “the world a lot better to live in.”
Boz Tchividjian, a lawyer, spoke at a Safe Church webinar about his work prosecuting sexual abuse cases, especially in the church.
Denise Posie and Dave Beelen will help Calvin Theological Seminary work on diversity, equity, and inclusion.
IMPACT clubs equip and empower children, from elementary school through high school, to be servant leaders in their communities.
A series of online workshops will begin soon to help artists and creative people use art to focus on faith.
In early August, a “derecho” raked across the central U.S., causing four deaths, damaging 8,000 homes, destroying 14 million acres of crops.
Thriving Together groups have become “a vital support in a very difficult time.”
Launched in 1950, Today is now available in various formats.
Every Thursday for eight years a group has been praying for the Christian Reformed Church.
Students at the International School Tegucigalpa are taking action to mobilize their community to recycle.
Stories from around the world share how a Timothy Leadership Training manual has helped people understand and cope with COVID-19.
Jabez Campus Ministry will soon have COVID-19 masks to help overcome barriers to communication and community.
Many resources for use with children, teens, and adults can be ordered through a new catalog as well as online and over the phone.
Ethnos Community Church, a CRC church plant in Bellflower, Calif., has found a creative way to reach their community: through art classes.
Elizabeth Bitsie Jones was a woman of prayer who opened the doors of her home to everyone.
Jeremiah Farris remembers visiting a local Christian radio station with his dad when he was growing up. There, he met a DJ and discovered how some of his favorite radio programs made it to his living room.
For the next five years Faith Formation Ministries will be promoting spiritual disciplines.
Bishop in Uganda speaks about the hope of the gospel for his people and for us in North America.
All churches and classes in the CRCNA will soon decide on their pledges for the denomination’s new ministry share program.