February 8, 2017
- Rev. Ron Klimp said he has several strong memories that he will take with him when he retires in a few weeks after serving for seven years as the director of Chaplaincy and Care Ministry for the Christian Reformed Church.
- Launched last year as a successful pilot project, the Christian Reformed Church’s Digital Library will now be available on an ongoing basis for CRC congregations and members.
February 1, 2017
- Theologian N.T. Wright was busy last week addressing three different audiences in Grand Rapids, Mich., on a range of topics, including the use of lots of water when doing a baptism and the full meaning of Christ’s death on the cross.
- An art historian is not usually someone who rejects images. However, in a lecture delivered to a packed room at Redeemer University College in Ancaster, Ont., on Jan. 25, Matthew Milliner, a professor of art history at Wheaton College, did just that.
- Revelation was at the center of all five of the Calvin Symposium worship services in 2017, and the overall conference theme was: "The faithful witness: being Christ's church in an apocalyptic world."
- As a way to respond to all of the political and social turmoil going on in North America and abroad, Charles Kim and others have organized the Christian Reformed Church’s Prayer Summit 2017 to be held March 25-27 in Los Angeles, Calif.
- Rev. Arie Van Eek well remembers his family’s move from their tulip farm in the Netherlands to Canada in the years after World War II.
- Christian Reformed Church members joined a gathering of over 250 people in Grand Rapids, Mich., last week to stand in solidarity with immigrants, refugees, and Muslims and declare they are welcome, in response to President Trump’s executive orders issued last Friday, which include a halt to the U.S. refugee program.
January 30, 2017
- While the events in Quebec and across the United States are separate from each other, they both force us to pause and consider how the church should respond to the needs of Muslims, immigrants, and refugees among us.
January 25, 2017
- Motivated by their Christian faith, Eugene Cho and Jeremy Courtney have launched efforts to alleviate poverty, build communities, and bring help and healing to such places as Aleppo, Syria.