April 24, 2014
- Joshua DuBois, who has been a spiritual advisor to President Obama, will give the 18th-annual Paul B. Henry Lecture at 7:30 p.m. on Monday in the Calvin College Covenant Fine Arts Center Recital Hall.
- First CRC in Denver, which is more than 100 years old with members spanning almost as many years, wanted to design a program that reached across the generations.
- After 30 years of planning, fundraising and work, a translation of the New Testament has been completed for Oku-speakers in northern Cameroon.
April 23, 2014
- World Renew highlighted Earth Day, which was April 22, by celebrating the Na Rympei Community Learning and Business Resource Center (CLBRC) in India.
- The war on drugs in the United States has terrorized and devastated communities, especially minority communities, since it was launched in 1971, says Rev. Esteban Lugo, director of the Christian Reformed Church’s Race Relations office.
April 22, 2014
- Raul, an illegal immigrant from Mexico, was driving his sick child to a Chicago hospital in 2011 when police pulled him over because he had an obstructed license plate, said Matthew Soerens, an author and advocate for the rights of immigrants.
April 21, 2014
- A panel of speakers will be discussing on Thursday ways in which the Christian Reformed Church can respond to issues of religious plurality in an increasingly diverse and secular age.
- Traditionally, people taking a safari trip to Kenya are going to see lions, zebras, and other animals living in the wild. But seven people recently traveled there for a different type of safari – a prayer safari.
April 17, 2014
- Sussex, New Jersey is a hard-working community. Many farmers, tradesmen, and business owners usually see more than just a five-day work week. Yet they know family life takes work, too.
- A woman scans the remains of her makeshift home in the slums of Dhaka city, Bangladesh. No luck.