The Christian Reformed Church is a binational church body. One half of our binational context is ministry in Canada – and it is joyously unique. The national differences are seen in approaches to social policy, cultural multiplicity, governmental structure, all the way to differing local contexts and distinctive attitudes or behaviours. As such, doing ministry in Canada demands that all the components of the denomination address the uniqueness that is experienced north of the border as much as it does in the USA. Read more...
Ministry in Canada
August 20: Cyclists End Tour and Raise Quarter of a Million for Ministry - Betty Adam woke up knowing that it was going to be a day that she put herself to the test. She planned to cycle 100 kilometers (62 miles) and climb 2,025 meters (6,646 feet) to the summit of Going to the Sun Road in Montana as the last challenge of a summer committed to helping people in poverty. Read More
August 5: Walking the Blanket Exercise - The lesson I learned from the Blanket Exercise was humbling. I was on the Canadian Aboriginal Ministries Committee of the Christian Reformed Church participating in the Blanket Exercise for the first time with other members of the committee. Read More