After 13 years, Rev. Steven Koster will be stepping down as the Director of ReFrame Media, Back to God Ministries International’s English language ministry.
Concerned about recent comments by some U.S. officials, the Christian Reformed Church in North America has issued a statement urging the continuation of a strong refugee program.
A panel discussion, special litany, and cheerleading by a former chaplain helped celebrate Calvin College’s becoming Calvin University.
Gary Bekker reflects on his years as an educator, academic dean, pastor, missionary, and church leader.
Jeff is grateful for repairs to his home hit by Hurricane Harvey. But more work needs to be done as more storms have pummeled the Gulf Coast.
For the Indigenous Christian Fellowship (ICF) in Regina, Sask., the goal of “walking with people who experience its ministry” is sometimes accomplished by means of bicycles.
Churches find ways to respond to people of other cultures and beliefs with the help of a Resonate Global Mission program.
From hearing loops and large-print booklets to workshops in Korean and custom tote bags, every aspect of Inspire 2019 has been designed to meet the needs of the people who do ministry in local CRC communities.
Solar panels, native plants, and intentional design have helped staff at the Canadian office of the Christian Reformed Church model creation stewardship.
The road to ministry has been tough for Jordan Roeda but he has persisted.
Jill Benson, a children’s ministry leader in Pittsburgh, Pa., steps in as Dwell Digital goes online.
Three days of praise, seminars, workshops, and posters highlighted the latest in worship trends.
The Climate Witness Project wants to share photos of people working to fight a warming climate.
World Renew has finished three years of rebuilding after floods in Hammond, Louisiana.
After years of planning, Calvin College will become Calvin University on John Calvin’s Birthday.
Resonate missionaries Adam and Laura Rodeheaver-Van Gelder are transforming students in Lithuania.
Faith Formation Ministries offers families a new devotional guide for sharing faith.
A CRC grant helped Grace and Peace Church prepare for a big move.
Bev Roozeboom writes of finding God’s help in coping with the turmoil of her son’s illness.
Synod 2019 did not reverse its statements on climate change, but did ask the Council of Delegates to determine what can be classified an ecclesiastical matter.
Kinism - which teaches that the races should be kept separate - has no place in the Christian Reformed Church, Synod 2019 said.
Synod considered a request to deepen awareness about the issues facing people in Israel and Palestine.
Synod 2019 adopted several recommendations from a Synodical Review Taskforce to improve future synods.
Abuse -- whether physical, sexual, emotional, or spiritual -- has lasting impacts on those involved and should be actively prevented, especially in church.