Over the past seven days, Hurricane Matthew swept across the Caribbean and up the southeastern coast of the United States, leaving a path of destruction and flooding along the way.
In a world where leadership is glamorized, glorified, and even the subject of academic degrees, Marion van den Akker resists the word.
Intersection is working toward multicultural ministry in Holland, Michigan.
LifeQuest cares for workers by hosting a holiday barbecue.
The church lawn at Emmanuel Reformed Church in Clinton, Wisconsin, looks a little more colorful this year.
By teaching youth to farm, bake, and sell their wares, New City Neighbors equips them to change Grand Rapids.
It reads like a modern-day parable: unexpected guests, and somehow the food was enough to go around.
It’s Wednesday night, and artist Michael Moss is at an easel. His pencil strokes bring life to the page—a fist, a muscled arm, a cape.
What does a bilingual summer camp program look like? At Camp Fowler, it was life-changing.
A Colorado pastor takes a look at what transformational discipleship can look like in a small church.