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Grant Will Help Keep Students Safe
A grant from the U.S. Department of Justice will help Calvin University and community partners combat sexual violence.
Tips for Helping to Cool the Planet
Here is a look at a New Jersey-based education company, ETS, that is helping employees learn how to make carbon-reducing changes a priority.
Gratitude in a Time of Lament
As the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday approaches, we offer some reflections from Christian Reformed Church in North America ministry leaders.
Help for Finding Hope This Advent
Several CRCNA ministries are offering resources — and even a new song — to inspire hope this Advent season.
Women’s Roles in Church History
Safe Church and Women’s Leadership ministries held a webinar recognizing the value of women’s historic leadership in the church.
King’s University to Build Centre for Excellence
Construction of a new Centre for Excellence in the Sciences will move forward, thanks to an anonymous gift of $20 million.
Cruiseship Cook is ‘Worried No More’
Though officially retired, John Van Hemert’s ministry is hardly done. God led him to a mission with seafarers.
Inspire Speakers Retooling Their Talks
Steve Argue, one of the speakers slated for Inspire 2022, says that hardly anything is the same since COVID-19 began nearly two years ago.
The Hidden Pandemic
Join World Renew, Safe Church, and others in 16 days of activism against gender-based violence.
Learning the Message, Method, and Manner of Jesus
A cohort of young adults is learning how to best share Christ’s love as they work and minister in Montréal, Que.
Moral Injury and PTSD
Churches can be healing spaces for former soldiers, police officers, and others with work-related trauma.
Cardus Think Tank Celebrates 20 Years
Cardus, an independent Christian think tank, celebrated 20 years with a three-day event for supporters and community members.
Working through the COVID-19 Lockdown
Sanctuary London was quickly deemed an “Essential Service” by the local health unit, creating an opportunity to continue ministry.
Chaplains Mark November 11
Two CRC chaplains who served in the military reflect on challenges and experiences as they prepare to honor veterans on Nov. 11.
Advent Resources are Available
The first Sunday of Advent is Nov. 28, and Faith Alive has a variety of resources to help celebrate Advent and Christmas at church and at home:
A Time to Pause and Listen
A book discussion is helping churches pause, set aside their normal frantic pace, and listen to what the Holy Spirit is saying in this complex time.
Calvin Diversity Leader Helps Script Playbook
Michelle Loyd-Paige discusses a new book that can help Christian organizations respond to diversity issues.
Seventy Years of Pastoral Presence
Leonard Hofman, former general secretary of the CRCNA, reflects on his life and serving the church he has loved for over 70 years.
Vibrant Congregations Launching
Vibrant Congregations is an initiative that helps connect U.S. churches to renewal resources.
The Pandemic and Religious Freedom
At Redeemer University’s “Pastor Professor Exchange,” Robert Joustra and André Schutten will discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on religious freedom.
Sharing Today Devotions With Loved Ones
Peggy and her husband were concerned when their nephew drifted away from Christ, but they found a way to share their faith with him.
The Dante Venegas Award will go to a ‘Champion’
The Dante Venegas award will be awarded at next summer’s Inspire 2022.
CRC Leadership Search Begins
The search teams for two of three key CRCNA leadership positions have been established and are starting their work.
Christians and Healthy Sex
Church Now Conversations hosts talk about bringing marital sex in line with Scripture.