Calvin University has opened up its Prince Center to offer temporary housing to front line workers during the COVID19 pandemic.
The Bridge App is working to help churches respond to the COVID-19 pandemic with resources for connecting, giving, and streaming worship services.
Highlights from the past year, including personal stories from students and participants in an array of program opportunities.
As the world deals with the COVID-19 pandemic, people living in refugee camps are especially vulnerable. You can help.
Back to God Ministries International helps fill the need for faith-based resources.
Synod will be canceled this year, and essential matters will be dealt with by a special, virtual meeting of the COD in June.
In a moment everything changed—for the women at the tomb and for all humanity. God is still at work today in amazing ways.
Lives around the world have been impacted by the global pandemic, COVID-19, isolating people in their homes and sending travelers scrambling. Here is just one story of how this has impacted ongoing global relief efforts.
COVID-19 effects on funerals call for thoughtfulness, prudence, and ongoing trust in God’s promises.
Francis Collins, National Institutes of Health director, is a key player in research for a COVID-19 vaccine.
Bill Van Groningen receives Dana Walling Award for his work as Trinity Christian College chaplain.
The coronavirus pandemic forced many churches to take worship gatherings online. Resonate Global Mission helped some church plants access the needed technology.
In the face of COVID19, three Indigenous Ministry Centres continue carrying on with “faith, hope, and care.”
Christian leaders, including the CRC’s Colin Watson, discussed how to be the church in this time of crisis.
Ministry programs of Back to God Ministries International are seeing that as the Covid-19 virus spreads, the gospel takes hold.
A new resource can help teach young people and families about the meaning of Easter while we are confined in our homes.
As more and more people across North America are asked to stay in their homes, Christian Reformed congregations, not willing to let fear rule, are rising to the occasion.
CRC chaplains are working in hospitals, workplaces, and military settings to bring spiritual care in the COVID-19 crisis.
Mike Hogeterp, director of the Christian Reformed Centre for Public Dialogue, met with MP Jaime Battiste to discuss education.
Why not try to keep the kids busy through Dwell Digital.
A planned renovation of the Grand Rapids offices of the CRCNA has been put on hold because of COVID-19 and other concerns.
Changed plans and difficult news can lead us to increased prayer, caring, and awareness of our dependence on God.
Amid COVID-19 anxieties, Christians can lead the way in sharing hope and comfort in Christ.
Resonate Missionaries Adapting to Effects of COVID-19.