Persistence from Resonate and help from World Renew slowly convinced villagers to accept a new church.
A Q&A with CRCNA leaders takes look at the need for changes related to the binational denomination.
Unable to bring students to research a dune along Lake Michigan, science professor brings a dune to the Calvin University campus.
In the wake of a massive explosion, there are opportunities to show people the love of Christ.
Pastors serving rural churches found help for their ministries with the help of a Peer Learning Group grant.
Rev. Hernandes Dias Lopes answers tough questions during COVID-19.
Many immigrants were hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic. A COVID-19 relief grant from Resonate Global Mission helped make it possible for a West Michigan church plant to provide relief and show the love of Christ to immigrants from a Muslim background.
A new podcast page makes it easier for people to access and find out about podcasts from ministries in the Christian Reformed Church.
Minutes of the special COD meeting (in lieu of Synod 2020) focus on matters that could not wait till 2021 to be decided.
Resonate Global Mission’s Cohort fellows in Central America are kicking off some new initiatives in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Church Engagement Fund has helped churches to pay their bills and continue doing ministry during a trying time.
Through his new post at the Henry Institute, Mouw aims to inspire students and faculty into a deeper understanding of the role of faith in public life.
After serving for nearly 40 years with World Renew, Leanne Talen Geisterfer is retiring — but she doesn’t plan to step away from the kind of work she has been doing.
The Network responds to needs and questions churches have during the pandemic.
Calvin Theological Seminary held a conference focused on prison inmates as neighbors we are called to love.
Working with nonprofits, churches, and campus ministries, Resonate partner Mission Montréal has been able to provide about 300 food baskets each week to people in their neighborhood who are hungry.
Back to God Ministries International is taking viewers inside for a visit to churches.
Church multiplication teams for the CRCNA and the RCA have signed a contract with an international ministry to help them reimagine North American church-planting initiatives.
Instead of planting a new church, Nick In’t Hout decided to connect churches for shared ministry.
Hebron CRC in Ontario has opened its doors to a nondenominational congregation.
Soon churches will have a chance to provide data that will update the CRCNA’s annual Yearbook.
New racial reconciliation workshop formats are available online.
Helping churches adapt Dwell children’s ministry curriculum to their unique situations in the fall season.
A group from Lynden, Wash. found a way to help CRC members on the Navajo reservation in New Mexico.