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.
Persistence from Resonate and help from World Renew slowly convinced villagers to accept a new church.
A Q&A with CRCNA leaders takes look at the need for changes related to the binational denomination.
Unable to bring students to research a dune along Lake Michigan, science professor brings a dune to the Calvin University campus.
In the wake of a massive explosion, there are opportunities to show people the love of Christ.
Pastors serving rural churches found help for their ministries with the help of a Peer Learning Group grant.
Rev. Hernandes Dias Lopes answers tough questions during COVID-19.
Many immigrants were hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. A COVID-19 relief grant from Resonate Global Mission helped make it possible for a West Michigan church plant to provide relief and show the love of Christ to immigrants from a Muslim background.
A new podcast page makes it easier for people to access and find out about podcasts from ministries in the Christian Reformed Church.
Minutes of the special COD meeting (in lieu of Synod 2020) focus on matters that could not wait till 2021 to be decided.
Resonate Global Mission’s Cohort fellows in Central America are kicking off some new initiatives in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Church Engagement Fund has helped churches to pay their bills and continue doing ministry during a trying time.