Mid-America

A multiracial church works to overcome biases and find unity.

For Kathy Nimmer, a public school classroom became a sacred space as she mentored a younger teacher.

 

You might think a ministry for people with life-threatening illnesses would be a somber gathering. But that’s not the case for Overcomers, a ministry of Faith Church (RCA) in Dyer, Indiana.

Halloween in Lemont, Illinois, isn’t just about trick or treating. It’s also about bounce houses. Fun with friends. And wearing your costume unencumbered by a winter coat.

Churches in three Midwest states provide school supplies for 561 children.

After damage to its building, church reflects on its purpose in the community.

Corey Buchanan went from convict to commissioned pastor.

The church lawn at Emmanuel Reformed Church in Clinton, Wisconsin, looks a little more colorful this year.

The task of members at Bethany Reformed Church is to “simply be kind to people in the name of Jesus, and report back—to encourage each other with what we’ve done.”

Church leaders gathered to challenge their own—and each other’s—assumptions about race and culture.