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Win Gritter’s Life of Mission
As far back as she can remember, Win Gritter wanted to be a missionary. This year she celebrates 68 years of serving wherever God has led.
Search Begins for Executive Director-Canada
The CRCNA’s Canada Ministry Board is searching for candidates to fill the full-time, permanent position of executive director-Canada.
Thriving Together Initiative Continues to Second Phase
Thanks to Lilly Endowment Inc., the CRCNA will continue its program for pastors in transitional moments for another five years.
Cohort Opportunity Available for Christian Leaders
Calvin Theological Seminary’s Adaptive Leadership Cohort connects, supports, and equips Christian leaders to lead through change.
Community Garden Celebrates 10 Years
A community garden begun by John Calvin CRC in Truro, N.S., is marking 10 years of growing together.
Challenges and Rewards in India
ReFrame shares the gospel with Hindi speakers in India using audio and video programs and devotional booklets.
Calvin Administrator Selected as Presidential Fellow
Sarah Visser, executive vice president for student experience and strategy at Calvin University, has been selected as one of three inaugural presidential fellows.
‘A Grace-Filled Process’ through an Outside Voice
Immanuel CRC in Hudsonville, Mich., gained valuable help and insight by consulting with Thrive’s pastor and church support services.
Working Together to Share Hope
World Renew-Canada’s executive director, Jamie McIntosh, recently visited the south of Madagascar with Cheryl Weber, host of 100 Huntley Street.
Taking Faith and Writing to New Depths
Scriptoria is a collaborative workshop that combines literary and spiritual depth to provide a space for writers to explore their faith and their craft.
Learning a Life of Mission
How does faith shape your life and work? That’s a question Avigail Venema explored at Urban Lab, a program of Mission Montréal.
Listening, Prayer, and Renewal: Calvary CRC’s Prayer Journey
Facing a time of transition after a series of challenges, Calvary Christian Reformed Church (Holland, Mich.) found renewal in prayer and presence.
Startup Garage Helps Launch App
The Calvin University Startup Garage helped Cameron Lockrey's business idea make it to the App Store.
Conference Launches New Season of Generation Spark
Mentors and mentees from various churches came together for three days of storytelling, training, and discussion on how best to create friendships between generations.
Thanks to ministry shares, Carlos didn’t have to bear the burden alone after his wife left him and a fallen tree branch wrecked his home.
A Legacy of Blessing
After seven decades of ministry, New Street CRC in Burlington, Ont., decided to close. They also decided to give Redeemer University a legacy gift of $500,000.
Planting Seeds for Ongoing Mission
Both Carmen Bautista and Uri Alcivar received support to attend Calvin Theological Seminary. Now the two graduates from Mexico are heading to Belgium to invest in others.
Classis Huron: 50 Years of Campus Ministry
What began in the 1970s as a way to minister to CRC young adults now serves students from diverse backgrounds and shapes campus culture from within.
Hearts Exchanged at Calvin Seminary
A new course at Calvin Theological Seminary helps to prepare ministers to participate more fully in the journey of reconciliation with Indigenous people.
Discipleship Training for Korean Churches
A seminar focused on small and medium-sized immigrant churches convened in Banff, Alta., Oct 2-5.
B.C. Church Leaders Meet for Inaugural Conference
More than 140 church leaders and staff from 18 Christian Reformed congregations recently gathered at New Life Christian Reformed Church in Abbotsford, B.C.
Thrive Disability Training Promotes Belonging
A Thrive training on Oct. 11 focused on nurturing belonging for all people in and around faith communities.
Effective Mentoring: From a Wish to a Reality
A collaborative event in Houston, Tex., gave Hispanic ministry leaders the opportunity to grow their mentoring skills and envision a future of church planting.
The Only Minister on Campus
Being the only spiritual-support person on campus, provides George Koopmans “the opportunity—and the responsibility—to work with everybody from all faith backgrounds.”