Meadowvale Community CRC, Mississauga, Ont., was honored last fall for its continuing commitment to the Indigenous community on whose land they live and worship.
As the coronavirus keeps spreading, Back to God Ministries International is helping Chinese churches with ministry needs.
Redeemer University College is officially changing its name to Redeemer University.
After months of prayer and preparation, 170 church leaders gathered in early November to learn more about the person and work of the Holy Spirit.
After 10 years of marriage, Gerardo and Karla started to feel distant from each other. Then they were invited to a marriage retreat in Costa Rica.
Symposium suggests biblical approaches for struggling churches.
From dealing with sexism to fighting stereotypes, women pastors are moving forward.
Travel to and from countries such as Nigeria may have an impact on CRC work.
Launched Feb. 8, 2010, the Network has helped to connect hundreds of churches and to answer many questions.
Peer-to-Peer initiative connects Christians and Muslims for mutual learning.
Many churches are responding to the changing needs of communities around them. Here are the stories of two such churches.
Colorado pastors have met high in the mountains to talk about challenges of ministry.
Ecumenical leader Najla Kassab Abousawan gave the Stob Lecture 2020, detailing the Christian church’s work in Syria.
Immigration advocate Karen Gonzalez used the biblical story of Ruth to draw attention to the need for reform.
Taking students outside to identify rocks is a new way to teach lessons at Westwood Park School in Jos.
A theme of unity amid diversity flowed through the lively event honoring Martin Luther King, Jr.
In the two years she lived with them, Chika changed the life of Mitch and Janine Albom and everyone around them.
Bob Fu calls for prayer in the midst of “Caesar’s” war on religion.
Carrie Rodgers didn’t think she had the skills to plant a new church, but she was willing to try.
Written on a fragile paper towel and sent through the mail, the prayer asked God for forgiveness.
Work will begin this spring to develop an innovative ministry center near Denver, Colo.
Things started to change in social media when Facebook added its “Like” button, said January Series speaker Jonathan Haidt.
Speaker outlines challenges and innovative solutions to the world’s fresh water supply.
International students gather for lunch every Thursday at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Mich.