Several CRCNA ministries are joining the United Nations’ “16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence.”
A new team invites churches across North America to befriend Muslims in their midst.
A new book explores ways to bring “God-lived lives” into weekly worship.
Calvin University sociologist, Mark Mulder, is part of a project to help a group of non-CRC congregations address racism.
Josh and Mandy Shaarda can’t visit prisons in East Africa during COVID-19, but they have found ways to share the gospel.
The college in Palos Heights, Ill. is beginning a program in a field that ‘touches on virtually every aspect of life’.
Landslides and flooding have forced many people to leave their homes and seek shelter in schools and churches.
Six CRCNA leaders are retiring or stepping aside in the coming months.
After a difficult stay in Egypt, an Ethiopian refugee couple and their children arrive in British Columbia.
The New York Times op-ed writer wins 2020 Abraham Kuyper award.
In a discussion sponsored by the Office of Race relations, two experts reflected on the outcome of the U.S. presidential election and the intersection of faith, race, and politics.
Designed to support bivocational pastors’ growth and well-being, the program begins in early 2021.
Pastors search for a way to “meet in the middle to share a common commitment to the Lord of life.”
Missionaries in Asia are being renewed with help from a video discipleship program.
Having served as a pastor and in many other ministry roles, May has a “passion for encouraging, developing, and supporting women in all types of church leadership.”
During COVID-19, those in need in India are receiving help.
A five-year grant will fund a new program to help congregations thrive.
A new resource aims to facilitate both hearing the church’s voice and encouraging honest questions and concerns.
Three prison congregations in the CRC recently gathered to share stories.
The Calvin Institute of Christian Worship offers resources for safe worship during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Mike Peters talked about 4 Fires, a ministry that bridges the gap between Native American people and others.
As COVID-19 spread quickly, it became clear that this year’s Day of Encouragement needed to go online.
Since the death of George Floyd, some CRC churches in Minnesota and elsewhere have stepped up efforts to address racism.
The biennial pastors’ wives conference organized by Pastor Church Resources took place online last week, Oct. 21-23, bringing together women from around the continent.