The new classis report for Grand Rapids East shows a “starting-line” commitment to help heal the rift created by racism.
Nominated for a compassionate care award, Victor Perez-Ballesteros serves to keep “pointing people to God.”
Charred buildings have been removed and Naschitti CRC members in New Mexico are now “waiting, praying and hoping” that they can get together again soon.
Maura found hope and faith at an Impact club in Nicaragua.
City Chapel works at being “a small community of people who care for one another and love Jesus.”
A resource that is 10 years old is seeing renewed interest during COVID-19.
The Calvin Institute of Christian Worship is sponsoring a book study that looks at the diversity of the global church.
When the coronavirus pandemic hit, many people in the Dominican Republic worried if they would have enough food. Young people stepped up to help.
“We remain one, unified denomination . . . taking the necessary steps to ensure . . . appropriate management of ministry in each country.”
A new resource is available to help churches discern where God's Spirit may be leading them.
With a new look to their logo and a building project on the way, changes are happening at Redeemer University in Ancaster, Ont.
Richard Mouw, former president of Fuller Theological Seminary, spoke to churches about the need for more civility in our conversations and relationships.
Himself an immigrant, Colin Watson, Sr., joined a press conference advocating for increased refugee resettlement in the U.S.
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.