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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.”
An Internship in Advocacy
Canadian students benefit from an internship in Ottawa with the CRCNA’s Centre for Public Dialogue.
Calvin Announces 2024 January Series
Speakers this year include national podcasters and journalists, a world-renowned rock climber, a French-American jazz pianist, an American legal scholar, and a Pulitzer Prize-winning author.
Statement on Israel-Palestine Conflict
This past weekend, many of us were shocked and horrified to hear about the unexpected attack that happened in southern Israel.
Hispanic Heritage Day Video
In honor of the CRCNA’s Hispanic members and churches, a short, fun video explores the Spanish language for Hispanic Heritage Day.
Reaching People Who Are “Down and Out”
Every spring and summer, John Lee and others walk the streets surrounding their church, handing out Today devotions and sharing their faith in Christ.
Caring for Volunteers
Many congregations are struggling to find and retain volunteers. Thrive offers a workshop to assist churches in their volunteer programs.
Thriving Together Initiative Reaches Conclusion
The CRCNA recently concluded a five-year program funded by a $998,990 grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. to help pastors thrive in ministry.
Trinity Announces New President
The Trinity Christian College board has confirmed Dr. Aaron Kuecker as the college’s ninth president.
CRC Member to Serve in Fuller Youth Institute Initiative
Myriam Kalmbach has been named as a young adult advisor to Fuller Youth Institute for research on young adult ministry.
Seeing through the Eyes of a Guest
Fruitport (Mich.) CRC’s food bank has become a doorway for local recipients into the church.
Church Offers Podcast for Faith Formation
A church in Oakville, Ont., has started a podcast to stay connected with its members and offer tools for living their faith in a complex world.
Connecting and Resourcing for Safer Churches
Carolyn, Natasha, and Abby are starting off their roles as classis safe church coordinators by connecting to churches and improving access to resources.
Redeemer University Opens Innovation Centre
On Sept. 29, Redeemer University celebrated the grand opening of its Innovation Centre, offering a makerspace, mentoring, hands-on learning opportunities, and events.
Prison Ministry Bears Fruit for Church Plant
One year ago, Pablo Lee started visiting a local prison to fill a ministry need. This summer, two former inmates celebrated their baptisms.
Resources for National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
September 30th 2023 is the third annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Canada.
Emeritus Professor Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award
Calvin University professor emeritus Corwin Smidt received a Lifetime Achievement Award for his work on the intersection of American religion and politics.
Finding Jesus at Dinner Church
Leah De Vos, a mission network developer with Resonate Global Mission, welcomes up to 16 international students into her home every Friday for Dinner Church.
Calvin Ranks High in University Report
Calvin University ranks fourth overall among Midwest regional universities featured in U.S. News & World Report's Best Colleges 2024 Guidebook.
Learning to Pivot: A Story of Church Renewal
When Barrhaven Fellowship CRC had its first conversations about building a new facility, it had no idea how events would unfold.
Students Begin Masters of Counseling Program
Qinjun “Cathy” Zou is part of the first cohort of students in Calvin Theological Seminary’s new master of arts program in clinical mental health counseling.
Help for Haitian Immigrants
Haitians have been immigrating to the Dominican Republic for decades, but now tens of thousands of people of Haitian descent are being deported.
ReFrame Ministries Hires New Advancement Director
ReFrame Ministries has appointed Joseph Curtis as its new advancement director.