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Dordt Bustles with Summer Construction
Dordt University is buzzing with equipment this summer as several major construction and renovation projects take shape.
VanderKwaak Appointed as Interim CAO
Lloyd VanderKwaak has been appointed to serve as interim chief administrative officer for the CRCNA.
World Renew Receives Sacred Spaces Grant
World Renew has received a Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy grant to help 10 churches in Michigan retrofit for energy efficiency.
Welcoming Refugees from Ukraine
On June 13, members of Meadowlands Fellowship CRC, Ancaster, Ont., met a family of 11 Ukrainian refugees at the Toronto airport.
Writer Offers Series on Grief
Jolene DeHeer brings a wealth of life experience and a powerful testimony of God’s faithfulness to her writing at Family Fire.
Churches Walk in the Spirit of Reconciliation
Members of three British Columbia congregations joined a multiday walk focusing on reconciliation with Indigenous peoples.
Texas Churches Celebrate Our Journey 2025
Ministry leaders from 19 churches, church plants, and other ministry organizations gathered May 14 in Spring, Tex., for a day of encouragement, worship, prayer, and shared learning.
Watershed Restoration Grant Awarded
A Calvin University group has been awarded a two-year grant from the State of Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy.
A Fresh Start for Dewi
A new listening community helped Dewi continue to grow in faith when she felt unwelcome at an established church.
Statement on Overturning Roe v. Wade
The United States Supreme Court overturned its 1973 Roe versus Wade decision. The church is called to continued advocacy and love.
Synod 2022 Summary
Synod 2022 concluded on June 16, 2022. Here is a summary of what happened.
Renewed Hope in the Aftermath of Cyclone Ana
Cyclone Ana and the subsequent hurricanes changed everything for Felesta and her extended family. World Renew was able to help.
Teacher Finds Unique Way to Serve
While schools in Uganda were shut down due to COVID-19, one teacher started crafting—and ended up teaching crafts and discipling 15 young people.
Synod 2022 Highlights
Synod 2022 opened online May 25, and in-person meetings began June 10. Here are some highlights of the meetings so far.
Women Leaders Gather at Synod 2022
For the fourth time, a special dinner was held for women in leadership in the CRCNA.
Worship with Synod 2022
Synod 2022 is being surrounded by prayer and worship. You can join.
Broadening Your Inspire Experience
A number of CRCNA ministries are offering preconference events featuring celebration, fellowship, and training.
Equipping Korean Church Planters
Mid-Atlantic Ministries sponsored a series of six seminars to equip and encourage Korean church planters.
Social Media During Synod: Pray Rather Than Post
The Synod 2022 livestream will have a 20-minute delay to prevent delegates from being influenced by real-time texts and social media posts.
Classis Retreat Lifts Pastors and Spouses
Members of Classis Hackensack prayed, reflected, and fellowshiped together, taking in the beauty of Chesapeake Bay on a 24-hour retreat.
Renewed Hope in Challenging Times
For Snguon Touch, returning to farming and embracing new techniques helped his family to navigate the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Synod 2022 Begins
A convening session of synod took place via video conference on May 25 for worship and the election of officers.
Initial Report on U.S. Residential Schools Released
A new report on Indigenous residential schools in the United States says that churches, including the CRC, played a key role.
Looking at Membership Decline
On May 6 the Council of Delegates heard a presentation about CRCNA membership statistics from 1965 to the present. A copy is now available.