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Polishing the Chain
Attendees at the Canadian National Gathering heard about the covenant relationship between Indigenous people and settlers as promised in a wampum agreement and a silver-chain covenant.
A Journey to the Heart
Rev. Dr. Raymond Aldred told the Canadian National Gathering that the gospel lives where we “meet on the level of exchanging hearts.”
Restored Smiles in the Philippines
When supertyphoon Odette hit the Philippines in December 2021, it brought physical devastation but also emotional distress. World Renew responded.
International Interest in Calvin Reaches All-time High
Students from more than 90 countries have submitted their applications to Calvin University for the 2023-24 school year.
Reformed Worship Changes Publisher
As of July 1, Reformed Worship will become a publication of the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship. This will meet the needs of an ecumenical audience while continuing to offer a distinctly Reformed voice.
Dutch Denominations Reunite after Decades
Two Reformed denominations in the Netherlands reunited after more than a half-century of separation. Dr. Zachary King participated in a service of reunion there on May 12.
Reconciliation Meets Gospel Mission
This week 160 CRC people will gather in Ottawa, Ont., for the Canadian National Gathering and its focus on the work of reconciliation with Indigenous brothers and sisters.
Calvin Appoints Chief Diversity Officer
A Calvin University search committee has selected Nygil Likely as the institution’s next chief diversity officer.
Reflections on Earning a Degree Behind Bars
On May 5, 15 students received bachelor’s degrees, and an additional 11 received associate’s degrees during a commencement ceremony inside Handlon Correctional Facility.
Speaking Peace to Fear
A new Timothy Leadership Training manual addresses beliefs about spiritual powers.
Missionaries Request Prayer for Sudan
Resonate missionaries in the Middle East are asking for prayer for Sudan, where violence erupted more than a month ago.
Redeemer to Host Kuyper Conference Featuring Makoto Fujimura
The annual Kuyper Conference, founded in 1998 at Princeton Theological Seminary, acknowledges the stream of Calvinist thought represented by Abraham Kuyper, Dutch theologian and statesman (1837-1920), and explores the tradition he helped to form, commonly known as Neo-Calvinism.
Ministry at a Salon
It's common for Janice's clients to confide in her as she's styling their hair. A Resonate missionary equipped Janice to minister with them.
Director of U.S. Ministry Operations Appointed
Dan DeKam has been appointed to serve as the director of U.S. ministry operations for the CRCNA.
New Agency to Help Congregations Thrive
Council of Delegates recommends a mandate to synod for a new ministry called Thrive.
Agenda for Synod 2023 Available
Discussions about human sexuality, a code of conduct, ecclesiastical marriage, and bivocationality are all expected at Synod 2023. The Agenda is now online.
Youth Event Connects Dordt Students and Middle Schoolers
A youth retreat in Iowa last month brought together students in middle school and volunteers from Dordt University.
Women’s Conference Reflections
The biennial Global Coffee Break Inspirational Women’s Conference, held again for the first time since 2019, brought 700 women to Burlington, Ont., for a day of worship, learning, and fellowship.
Ephesians: A Book of Worship and Peace
Mariano Avila has written seven articles – all of them in Spanish – reflecting on the apostle Paul’s letter to the Ephesians.
Puerto Rico Hurricane Response Ends
After five and a half years, including delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, World Renew has wrapped up its response to Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
Training for Hispanic Ministry
The Spanish Language Institute in Ministry (SLIM) conference in Berwyn, Ill., was filled with God's presence and divine purposes.
Sharing Stories and Memories from WWII
An evening at Meadowlands Fellowship CRC featured stories and memories from World War II survivors and a local author about the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands.
Providing a Lifeline to Hurting Churches
Specialized transitional ministers (STMs) met recently to reflect on and support each other in their work of serving congregations facing challenges and uncertainty.
Enfolding Emerging Adults in the Church
First CRC of Denver, Colo., has repurposed an unused parsonage to create a discipleship house for emerging adults.