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.
The Calvin Symposium on Worship will hold five worship services, offering hope to local churches.
Pamela O’Donnell, the Canadian High Commissioner to Zambia, and Megan Foster, Counsellor and Head of Global Affairs Canada program in Zambia, got a first-hand look at World Renew's drought response program.
January Series speaker Amber Warners said being humble doesn’t mean standing in the background seeking to draw attention away from yourself.
Church members join to build new building for worship.
Faith CRC has built many connections to believers in Laos.
Keeping faith in the face of persecution.
Refugees and their sponsors gathered across Canada to celebrate friendship and peace.
CRC News last year included stories on disaster responses, D-Day, Synod 2019, denominational statements on challenging issues, an array of mission efforts, and much more.
There is an old English Christmas Carol known as “Hymn for Christmas Day.” I think this song is actually a hymn for the entire year.
CRC congregations offer a range of services and events during this holy season.
Sherman Street CRC has joined a program in which they use an ancient variety of wheat for communion.
One Days Wages is offering a dollar-for-dollar match to help women in Bangladesh.
Drugs and gangs are a reality for many in Juárez, Mexico, but thanks to Resonate Global Mission, a light for Christ is shining through the darkness
The Christmas season often reminds Rev. Sergei Sosedkin of his friend, Edward, who has a made-up birthday.
Serving at Synod has been an ‘Awesome Experience’ for several young adults. New young adult representatives are now needed for 2020.
Items from Uganda help tell the story of one Michigan church’s strong support for mission around the world.
2 Timothy 4:2 is a special verse both for BTGMI staff and for a recent seminary grad working in China.
Meas Ratanak is offering hope to young people who are stressed and anxious about the future.