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Chasing Perfection and Finding Fragility
Kate Bowler discussed self-help culture and the freedom we experience when we accept our limits.
Classis Clerks Gather in California
Stated clerks of all CRCNA classes were invited to spend three days in California for training, fellowship, and support.
Efosa Ojomo discussed how market-creating innovation is needed for sustainability and poverty alleviation.
Executive Director Emeritus Publishes Book
Steven Timmermans, who served as executive director of the CRCNA from July 2014 through February 2020, has released a book on followership.
Black Theology Offers Hope
Dr. Esau McCaulley suggests that Black theology reveals biblical truths and a range of experiences that can help to transform the Christian church today.
World Renew-Canada Director Named
Jamie McIntosh has been approved by the World Renew-Canada board to serve as Canadian executive director pending ratification by Synod 2023.
Are the Liberal Arts Relevant?
Dr. Noah Toly’s January Series talk discussed how a liberal arts education equips students to respond to the challenges and opportunities of our times.
Interview with Dee Recker
Dee Recker, longtime director of Synodical Services, has retired after 23 years with the CRCNA. She shares answers to questions about her experiences in this role.
Environment and Community
In her January Series talk, Kerri Arsenault discussed her town’s paper mill legacy and the tensions between industry and environmental care.
Raise Up Joins Resonate
As of January 1, the staff and programs of Raise Up Global Ministries have joined with Resonate Global Mission.
Who Is Ken Jennings? Thoughts from a Jeopardy! Champion
In his January Series presentation, Ken Jennings shared stories from his time on
and why it’s helpful to take an interest in everything.
Summary of the History behind the Guidelines for Gravamina
The Office of General Secretary received many questions from CRC officebearers and churches about gravamina last fall and we are aware that several overtures are being considered by the classes.
Ableism in the Church
Disabled author and scholar Amy Kenny shared at the January Series how discrimination against disabled people is prevalent in the church and how that hurts us all.
Gravamen: What It Is and How to Use It
The term gravamen has been much discussed lately, at least in council and classical leadership circles. Here is what you need to know.
Food as a Message of Hope
January Series speaker Nate Mook discussed his work helping to supply food for victims of disasters and the war in Ukraine.
Painting Walls and Practicing Hospitality
In August a group of teenagers from Michigan painted a wall in Costa Rica. The people they met taught them lessons to take home.
Loving One Another by Design
January Series speaker Sara Hendren told stories of people who use their bodies in various ways to confront and adapt to physical challenges.
Building Bridges in Polarizing Times
In her presentation at the 2023 January Series, Mónica Guzmán suggested that curiosity and listening can be powerful tools in bridging division between people with differing opinions.
$20M in Grants Available to Historic Congregations
In 2016, First CRC in Grand Rapids, Mich., received $100,000 to help with a renovation project. This year 80 additional churches may receive similar help.
Top CRC News Stories in 2022
From synodical decisions to leadership changes to special events to worldwide ministry concerns, the CRCNA has had a momentous year.
Resonate Sends 30 New Missionaries
Within the past year and a half, Resonate has sent more than 30 new missionaries to the field.
Seminary Holds Korean Chapel
Jeong Gho, a missionary with Resonate Global Mission, led a special chapel for 51 Korean students at Calvin Theological Seminary and their families.
Gathering at the Manger
Zachary King, general secretary, and Al Postma, Canadian transitional executive director, share an advent reflection.
Ministry Continues Despite Haitian Unrest
The CRCNA has a long history of working in Haiti. Following months of gang violence, World Renew and Resonate are continuing in their ministry there.