A nearly $2.4 million grant will help examine ‘new’ theology in settings across Africa.
“Superheroes in Quarantine” offered a biblical lesson for families in Mexico’s Tabasco State.
Following the lead of the biblical character Esther, Denise Posie has stood strong in her faith.
A range of agencies and offices have combined their resources to help congregations and ministries weather the COVID-19 crisis.
John and Shirley Wind aren’t certain where they contracted the virus, but time, patience and prayer are seeing them through.
Students and staff from a range of Reformed schools are set to return for the upcoming semester.
Rev. Emmanuel Bileya, a pastor in the Christian Reformed Church of Nigeria (CRCN), and his wife were attacked and killed in Taraba state, Nigeria.
Racism is a stronghold in our countries that will not go away overnight. The remedy is a commitment to sanctification. We invite you to walk with us in this sanctification process.
“America [must find] the courage to acknowledge its deep-rooted racism” and dismantle it.
Juan Sierra: “Coffee Break is growing because of the way in which it teaches the Bible. . . .”
World Renew’s partners in remote areas play key roles in spreading COVID-19 news and prevention measures.
Devotional readers connected with readers in China.
Resonate missionaries open free library that now includes more than books.
[email protected] is equipping local churches and home congregations to serve in their home communities.
As congregations consider next steps for worship in a COVID-19 world, some church leaders offer their own perspectives.
The second edition of the CRC Church Order Commentary is now available.
Participants usually walk 5K to raise funds for the Indigenous Christian Fellowship in Regina, Sask. This year, organizers hope people will walk clear across the country.
Just three days after it was published, John Little and Darrell Bierman were surprised to see their commentary on Genesis reach number one.
Once a month Setia sits down for worship as part of a listener community in Indonesia.
When COVID-19 hit, the University of Washington took classes online. A disciple group went online just as seamlessly.
The pandemic is “a global thing. We all have the opportunity to respond to our neighbors.”
During this time of isolation, Calvin University is offering a range of online courses focused on thinking about and responding to the COVID-19 crisis.
Phone calls offer look at challenges facing new churches during this time of pandemic.
Churches contemplating how and when to return to holding in-person services are having to think “outside the box.” But which box?