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Praying for the Denomination
Approximately 40 people gathered in California in February for the first Prayer Catalyst Gathering of the CRCNA.
‘The Architecture of Prayer’
A new exhibit at the Calvin University Center Art Gallery asks, “How can physical space affect prayer and worship?”
Calvin Hires VP of Marketing
A Calvin University search committee has selected La’Leatha Spillers as the institution’s first vice president for marketing and communications.
From Hostility to Hospitality
Learning to tolerate one another is often a chief aim of civics education. A Calvin University program says that’s too low a target.
Helping Leaders Lead through Change
Calvin Theological Seminary is offering a new leadership cohort designed to help people lead effectively through times of change.
Young Adult Winter Retreat Returns
After a two-year pause, the (Ontario) Young Adult Winter Retreat drew young people together for several days of fun and fellowship.
Feb. 2023 Council of Delegates Highlights
The COD met via video conference Feb. 15-17. They discussed several important matters, including Inspire, a director for Resonate, and the Code of Conduct.
Building Relationships at Worship Symposium 2023
“It’s so nice to finally meet you in person!”
Ontario Youth Gathering Scheduled
The next All Ontario Youth Convention (AOYC) is planned for May 27-28, 2023, in Waterloo, Ont.
Resonate Director Named
Kevin DeRaaf has been named as the nominee for director of Resonate Global Mission, pending ratification by Synod 2023.
Finding Home in the Real God
Participants at the Calvin Symposium on Worship focused on the assurance that God holds all things together and that the church needs to put God first in all things.
Cleaning Up after Hurricane Ian
Tracy was unprepared for the brunt of Hurricane Ian when it hit her community in late Sept. 2022. World Renew was able to help.
One Bold Moment
“You want me . . . to sign my church up for a program without asking anyone?”
Earthquake Rocks Türkiye and Syria
In the early hours of Feb. 6 a magnitude 7.8 earthquake rocked Türkiye and Syria. World Renew is responding.
2023 Denominational Survey Opens
Members of the CRCNA are invited to participate in the annual denominational survey, which is now open and accepting responses.
Rebuilding What Is Broken
Dr. Daniel Lee Hill discussed the call of Christians to preserve and rebuild what is good in a broken world.
Church Explores Worship Planning
Clinton (Ont.) CRC recently held a meeting to explore how they plan worship and what could be done to improve it.
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.