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Executive Director-Canada Announced
The Canada Ministry Board of the CRCNA is pleased to announce the hiring of Rev. Albert Postma as executive director-Canada.
Renewal to Be Focus of Classis Gatherings
Over the next 18 months, 10 events will be held in various locations with an emphasis on storytelling and church renewal.
Council of Delegates February Meeting
The Council of Delegates of the Christian Reformed Church in North America met via video conference Feb. 14-16, 2024.
Boer Resigns as Calvin University President
Following allegations of inappropriate communication, Dr. Wiebe Boer, president of Calvin University, has resigned from his role.
A Leader for ‘Such a Time as This’
Gaur works with Momentum Campus Ministries to witness to the growing Indian population on campus.
Young Adults Winter Retreat
Fifty-five young adults from across Ontario gathered in Woodstock on Jan. 19 for the annual Young Adults Winter Retreat.
A Tale of Two Congregations
Since 2021, St. Luke AME Zion Church has been sharing Calvin CRC’s sanctuary in Grand Rapids, Mich. The two congregations have even started joint services.
Symposium Offers Hope Found in Ezekiel
Bookended by powerful prayers of confession and lament, the 2024 Symposium on Worship took place Feb. 7-9 on the campus of Calvin University.
World Renew Welcomes Chief Marketing and Philanthropy Officer
Mike White has joined World Renew’s Global Executive Team as chief marketing and philanthropy officer.
Calvin Remembers Two Influential Women
The Calvin University community is grieving the loss of Rhae Ann Booker and Edna Greenway.
Canadian Churches Share Stories and Seek Strategies
Canadian CRC members from coast to coast convened via video to share stories of renewal and seek strategies for the future.
Building a Faithful Case for Artificial Intelligence
January Series speaker Tim Dalrymple urged that, as with any technology, we can use AI for the faithful ways God intends.
Singing God’s Grace: Reflections of a Conductor
Pearl Shangkuan, who is retiring from Calvin University this spring, shared stories, lessons, and insights from her career as a conductor and professor.
A Window of Hope
February 6 marks one year since devastating earthquakes rocked Syria and Turkiye. World Renew has been responding.
Shaping or Being Shaped? Digital Technology and Christian Formation
Dr. Felicia Wu Song explored how digital technology shapes our society, and how better habits can orient us to Christ and his people.
Finding the Route to Success
Rock climber Tommy Caldwell told January Series listeners to challenge themselves with a focus on people first.
Questions Along the Way: A Life with Autism
Daniel Bowman, Jr., was diagnosed with autism at age 35 and found hope and community in the stories of other neurodivergent artists.
Thrive Cosponsors MLK Celebration
A rescheduled Martin Luther King, Jr., Day community worship event turned out to be a special occasion filled with faith, justice, and unity.
Faith Is Not Faith if It Isn’t Free
Legal scholar Robert George spoke about religious liberty at January Series 2024.
Soul Food and Collective Memory
Food carries an enormous weight of remembrance, Caroline Randall Williams explained during her January Series talk.
Gathering around the Table
In her presentation at the January Series, Kendall Vanderslice discussed the tables of communion and fellowship.
Dying Well Takes Discernment
An event early in Dr. Lydia Dugdale’s career sparked her interest in the ethics of death and dying.
Canadian Multicultural Cohort Begins
On Jan. 9, 40 people from 13 churches across Canada gathered to discuss what it means to be a healthy multicultural church.
Churches Get Creative in Community
Small grants from the CRCNA are helping some Canadian churches find creative ways to reach out.