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COVID Vaccines Required for CRCNA Staff
All Christian Reformed Church in North America staff will be required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Sparking Intergenerational Relationships
Does your church want to help young adults by pairing them with older mentors?
Reflecting on 9/11
God continues to transform his church since the tragedy that occurred on Sept. 11, 2001.
Community and Sports Center Breaks Ground
Chicago CRC helps a large, neighborhood community and sports center move forward.
A Trip through the Reformation
New book takes an on-the-ground look at the tumultuous times of the Reformation.
Keeping the Conversation Going
Small groups in many churches are engaging with the CRC’s Human Sexuality report by way of the Challenging Conversations Toolkit.
Faith Alive Resources for the Fall
As churches gear up for fall programming, Faith Alive has you covered.
Going to Great Lengths
For most people the prospect of swimming across even a small inland lake is intimidating. But for Marian Cardwell, it’s necessary.
Praying in the Sunny Outdoors
A brief prayer gathering sought God’s guidance and blessing for the CRC’s ministries in the coming year.
Chaplains Reflect on Afghanistan
CRC chaplains who served in Afghanistan feel a range of emotions as the U.S. and its allies airlift people from the country.
Mentorship Project Equips Young Adults
Seven young adults spent their summer immersed in the South Coast Beach Project in Port Dover, Ont.
Iowa CRC pastor loves talking to and teaching people about meat and the arts of cooking it.
College and University COVID Protocols
CRC-related colleges and universities are taking different approaches as they prepare for the fall semester.
‘Ebenezer Stones’ on Mackinac Island
Creating ‘stones of help’ can help us remember our dependence on God and his goodness to us even in seasons of heartbreaking loss and defeat.
Heartbreak in Haiti
Another earthquake, followed by torrential rains, have caused widespread destruction in parts of Haiti.
Views Differ on Vaccination
Churches wonder if they should ask members if they have been vaccinated against COVID-19.
Being a Trauma-Informed Church Member
Fourth webinar in Safe Church Ministry series focuses on being “trauma-informed.”
‘Extraordinary’ Journey to Chaplaincy
Just ordained to serve as a chaplain in the Michigan National Guard, Tim Kimbel has taken a long road into ministry.
Celebrating Two Years in Mexico ‘At Such a Time as This’
Reframe’s Spanish ministry in Mexico is growing during the epidemic.
Showing Empathy for Young Adults
Rick Zomer told his online Inspire “Light” audience that there are reasons why young people are leaving churches.
Crossroads Leading to Diversity
Inspire “Light” attendees were encouraged to rub shoulders with people who are different from them — and that will lead to diversity in the church.
Stories from the Ugly Couch
Beth Fellinger believes COVID-19 has led the church to a place in which we need to find God working in our neighborhoods.
Bird Houses and Bible Studies
Being part of the community where God has placed you can mean everything from leading a Bible study to building birdhouses.
Singing from the Heart
Inspire ‘Light’ launched with a presentation on the spiritual discipline of music and communal singing.