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New Director Appointed for Disability Concerns
The Council of Delegates approved Lindsay Wieland Capel as the new director of Disability Concerns.
Canadian Advisory Committee on Antiracism
At its October meeting, the CRCNA Canada Corporation appointed seven people to a new committee focused on antiracism and intercultural conciliation in Canada.
Addressing the Pain from Domestic Abuse
Michael Ten Haken had no idea what he was getting into when he joined a group seeking to set up a domestic abuse court in his community.
Planting Multiethnic Churches along the U.S. East Coast
Marco Avila learned many lessons as a church planter that he now uses as a regional leader for Resonate Global Mission.
CRCNA Supports Investigation into Boarding Schools
The recent discovery of unmarked graves at a boarding school in Canada has prompted a U.S. investigation into its own schools.
Earthkeeping and the Church
Kyle Meyaard-Schaap describes differences among groups in their willingness to answer God's call to care for creation.
A Ministry of Stories
Marc Zumhagen’s background of family storytelling helps him in his work as a chaplain.
‘Inspiring Gifts’ Campaign Launches
A series of videos showcases many resources available for helping local congregations and individuals in their work of ministry.
Singing Praises in Prison
September’s Today devotionals were written in part with a special audience in mind— approximately 13,500 prisoners.
Provost’s Book Wins Aldersgate Prize
In July, Noah Toly began his tenure as Calvin University provost. Two months later, his book on environmental ethics received the Aldersgate Prize.
Boosting Ethnic Ministries in the CRC
Viviana Cornejo combines her love of history with a Spirit-inspired passion for race-relations ministry.
Faith Alive Shares Excess Inventory
Christian Reformed congregations can request a limited number of titles free from Faith Alive.
Worship and Culture Worldwide
Kai Ton Chau teaches Calvin University students to articulate different cultural values so they can discuss and appreciate diverse forms of Christian worship.
‘Leading in a Liminal Season’
Vibrant Conversations speaker aims to help congregations facing challenges in these in-between times.
The House for All Saints and Sinners
One day, Sean Taylor got a call from someone at Sonlight Community Church in Lynden, Washington. His name kept coming up in conversations about outreach.
Taking the Hard Road
Rudy Gonzalez sees himself as a frontline advocate for Hispanics and Latinos to be heard in the CRCNA.
Charles Kim Resigns from Resonate
Charles Kim, the diversity leader and Korean Ministry coordinator for Resonate Global Mission, will become an executive with the Grace and Mercy Foundation.
Coming into the CRC
A longstanding Candidacy program is growing as a gateway to ordination from outside the CRC.
Calvin University Announces January Series Speakers
A range of renowned storytellers are part of the lineup for the January Series 2022.
Healing Hearts and Transforming Nations
Joseph Nyamutera, a Hutu living in Rwanda in the wake of the 1994 genocide, has found ways to bring about healing.
Gearing Up for Inspire 2022
For next summer, keep in mind that Inspire 2022 will take place in Chicago.
Waiting ‘with Open Arms’
During Hispanic Heritage Month, which starts today and runs through Oct. 13, CRC News will publish stories of some CRCNA Hispanic leaders.
Input Needed from Ministry Leaders
A new initiative is looking for ministry leaders in CRCs to help shape a pilot training program.
Equipped to Share the Good News
New Resonate resource teaches loving your neighborhood.