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Reaching Muslims through the Psalms
Singing psalms together can breach barriers between Christians and Muslims.
Creatively Building Community
Calvin University is enhancing physical distancing for two weeks in an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
Retreating for a Few Moments
A self-guided, virtual retreat created by Regina Jupp and coordinated by Worship Ministries offers reflections, Scripture readings, prayers, music, artwork, and more.
Love For a Mother-in-Law
A devotional about Ruth helped a grieving daughter-in-law in Mexico.
Former CRC on Extremism List
A church in Charlotte, Mich., has been deemed a white nationalist group.
Super Bowl Ad: ‘The Boss’ Speaking of Hope
In Greg Braun’s estimation, the best Super Bowl commercial this year featured Bruce Springteen driving a Jeep.
Review of Our Journey 2020
The final report of the Our Journey 2020 ministry plan is available for review.
Christian Testimonies for Chinese New Year
Zhao was so engrossed in a book of Christian testimonies that he missed his stop.
A Life Changing Cooking Class
Raúl learned that God can work through your smallest decisions to change the course of your life.
Challenges in the CRCNA and RCA
Colin Watson, Sr., and Eddy Alemán spoke about a range of issues their churches face.
Follow the Kindness of Mr. Rogers
Pastor Scott Sauls wrapped up the January Series 2021 by talking about what we can learn from Fred Rogers.
Redeemer University Hosts Dr. Esau McCaulley
Inviting diverse voices to participate in biblical interpretation brings a fuller understanding of the Bible, said this year’s winner of Redeemer’s emerging public intellectual award.
Célestin Musekura had a hard choice to make after family members were massacred in Rwanda.
Overflowing Peace in a Time of Crisis
A Hindi WhatsApp discussion group turned Manoj’s life in a new direction.
Dealing with ‘Lifequakes’
Author Bruce Feiler spoke about our new, nonlinear world at January Series 2021.
Caring for God’s Creation
At the January Series, Katharine Hayhoe explained how we are called to be stewards of God’s world.
Symposium Sermons Highlight Hope
Preachers discuss a world disrupted by sickness, racial strife, and political tensions.
Creative Gatherings Lead to New Connections
With the help of grants from Resonate Global Mission, two churches held special services in December.
Inspire 2021 Delayed Till 2022
Inspire, a denomination-wide conference, will still be held in Chicago but not until August 2022.
Decisions in Progress for Synod 2021
In consultation with a number of parties, decisions are being made about Synod 2021 in terms of content and how best to facilitate the meeting in light of the ongoing pandemic.
Taking A Stand Against Hatred
On Wednesday, Jan. 6, someone left a racist message for a CRCNA ministry in Chicago.
The Demands of Democracy
Danielle Allen and Jeffrey Rosen called on people to pay closer attention to the intricacies and purposes of democracy and the U.S. Constitution.
Carrying on King’s Legacy
Stob lecturer calls on churches to fight racism.
Personhood, Community, and the Limits of Technology
January Series speaker Andy Crouch discusses limits of technology and how we can build a more personal future.