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God’s Perfect Timing
Delayed by COVID-19 lockdowns, World Renew was finally able to respond to damage caused by a magnitude 6.8 earthquake.
Dwell Flex ‘Able to Deliver’
Dwell Flex has proved especially helpful for ministry to children who have had to stay home during pandemic lockdowns.
2021 CRC Survey Results In
The results of the CRCNA survey for 2021 show loyalty to the denomination remains strong and congregations are “shaped by grace.”
Viewing the Past Clearly
To spur seeking justice today, Danjuma Gibson is researching the lives of “Titans” of African American history.
Overcoming Fear with Family Fire
After years of being in an abusive marriage, Maureen has found comfort through her faith in God.
Inspire ‘Light’ Won’t Be So Light
Four speakers will be talking at Inspire “Light,” a free online conference to be held Aug. 3-6.
CRCNA Haitian Staff Safe
In the wake of the assassination of Haiti’s president, CRCNA staff ask for prayers.
‘Fast Science and Slow Ethics’
Dr. James Rusthoven is the CRCNA representative to the Canadian Council of Churches’ Faith and Life Sciences Reference Group.
Calvin Grad Crosses another Finish Line on Commencement Day
In May, on the same day he graduated — but not in person — from Calvin University, Mitch Wong competed in an Ironman competition in Tulsa, Okla.
Seminary Undergoing Major Renovation
Calvin Theological Seminary is revamping much of its facility, with the work running through early 2022.
Roorda To Leave Canadian Ministries Role
The CRCNA Canada Corporation board has decided to part ways with Darren Roorda, who has served as the Canadian ministries director.
Bivocational Pastors Share Joys, Challenges
Through Financial Shalom’s Bivocational Growth Fellowship, pastors are finding creative ways to make an income while serving churches.
Building Interfaith Friendships
A meeting of the minds and hearts between Christians and Muslims was a main theme of Journeys into Friendship sponsored by Resonate Global Mission.
Denomination Calls for Year of Prayer
Looking ahead to Synod 2022, the Council of Delegates asks CRCNA leaders and members to join in times of prayer.
Equipped for a Crisis
When Nigerian schools began to re-open for in-person learning, an innovative program helped educators figure out how to do so safely.
Women’s Ordination Milestone
The CRCNA reached a milestone as its 200th and the 201st women pastors were ordained earlier this year.
Having Spiritual Conversations
A Global Coffee Break and Resonate Global Mission workshop trains participants to connect with neighbors in caring ways as they share the good news of Jesus.
Raise Up to Join CRCNA
On June 25, the board of Raise Up Global Ministries voted to merge with the Christian Reformed Church in North America Michigan Corporation.
Walking with Christ in the Middle East
Students are walking out their faith in many ways in the cradle of ancient Christianity.
Experiencing That ‘You Heard Me’ Moment
As a professional counselor in the Chicago area, Ginnette Yonkman witnesses a lot of brokenness on a daily basis.
Sharing God’s Story in Jamaica
Lois grew up in a pastor’s family in the country village of Frankfield, surrounded by the green hills of Jamaica. She looks back fondly on those formative years and on her parents’ 44 years of mission and witness to the people of Jamaica and to the world.
The Path of Mission in a COVID Year
Resonate Global Mission and ReFrame Ministries shared ministry highlights with the COD, along with a report evaluating the state of Global Mission in the CRCNA.
Second Meeting ‘In Lieu of Synod’
A special meeting of the Council of Delegates took place in lieu of synod to deal with matters that were deemed essential and unable to wait for Synod 2022.
State of the Church: Hopeful and Promising
The following speech was given by executive director Colin Watson on June 15 during a special meeting of the Council of Delegates in lieu of synod.