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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.
Expanded Inclusion Resource Book Released
This collaborative project includes new insights, resources, and tips for inclusive ministry, plus real-life stories from people living with disabilities.
Seeking Mission-Minded Young Adults
Resonate missionary Joel Van Dyke is compiling information on urban ministry, and using the lessons learned to train mission-minded, young adults from around the world.
In Pursuit of Peace and Justice in Haiti
Natural disasters, gang violence and political unrest are creating chaos in Haiti. World Renew is responding.
Thriving Essentials Moving Forward
Initial pilot testing of a new church-life and leadership course shows promise; 300 participants are needed for additional testing this fall.
CRC Pastor with Prophetic Voice Dies
Albert Hamstra, a former CRC missionary with a prophetic voice for the underdog, died unexpectedly July 13, 2021.
Abundance from Scarcity
How do you grow vegetables when the soil is dry, space for farming is extremely limited and there is no water available?
US Congregational Ministries Director Announced
Lis Van Harten has been appointed to oversee various CRCNA ministries that serve congregations.
Pastor’s Memoir Full of Rich Experiences
A new book by Carolyn Cammenga outlines many ways she has served throughout her life.
New Programs Bring New Prayer Opportunities in India
Vidyut is a prayer warrior reaching out to people in India.
God’s Perfect Timing
Delayed by COVID-19 lockdowns, World Renew was finally able to respond to damage caused by a magnitude 6.8 earthquake.
Dwell Flex ‘Able to Deliver’
Dwell Flex has proved especially helpful for ministry to children who have had to stay home during pandemic lockdowns.
2021 CRC Survey Results In
The results of the CRCNA survey for 2021 show loyalty to the denomination remains strong and congregations are “shaped by grace.”
Viewing the Past Clearly
To spur seeking justice today, Danjuma Gibson is researching the lives of “Titans” of African American history.
Overcoming Fear with Family Fire
After years of being in an abusive marriage, Maureen has found comfort through her faith in God.
Inspire ‘Light’ Won’t Be So Light
Four speakers will be talking at Inspire “Light,” a free online conference to be held Aug. 3-6.
CRCNA Haitian Staff Safe
In the wake of the assassination of Haiti’s president, CRCNA staff ask for prayers.
‘Fast Science and Slow Ethics’
Dr. James Rusthoven is the CRCNA representative to the Canadian Council of Churches’ Faith and Life Sciences Reference Group.
Calvin Grad Crosses another Finish Line on Commencement Day
In May, on the same day he graduated — but not in person — from Calvin University, Mitch Wong competed in an Ironman competition in Tulsa, Okla.
Seminary Undergoing Major Renovation
Calvin Theological Seminary is revamping much of its facility, with the work running through early 2022.