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.
Even gifts and abilities that don’t appear to have a direct connection to ministry can be a way to spread God’s love.
An intergenerational group from the Synod of the Heartland is traveling to Israel.
When Kanoko came to United States for college, she thought there was no way she would become a Christian.
As one church seeks new methods of outreach, it discovers ways to help victims of human trafficking right in its own community.
How a kids’ summer camp led to an ecumenical youth movement along the Mississippi.
The RCA welcomes Rick Zomer to its staff as the coordinator for Next Generation Engagement.
Through the Children and Worship program, one boy in Japan led his mother to faith—and now she’s doing her part to spread the gospel.
The Synod of the Heartland pilots a new Children and Family Ministry Leadership Collaborative. The collaborative equips children’s directors to lead effectively.
All it takes is one defining moment for a young leader to grow and guide the next generation of the church.