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Program Planned for Bivocational Pastors
Designed to support bivocational pastors’ growth and well-being, the program begins in early 2021.
Upholding the Kingdom in Times of Division
Pastors search for a way to “meet in the middle to share a common commitment to the Lord of life.”
Discipleship for Disciplers during COVID-19
Missionaries in Asia are being renewed with help from a video discipleship program.
Elaine May Named as Women’s Leadership Developer
Having served as a pastor and in many other ministry roles, May has a “passion for encouraging, developing, and supporting women in all types of church leadership.”
Providing for the Physical and Spiritual Needs in India
During COVID-19, those in need in India are receiving help.
CRCNA Receives $1 Million Lilly Endowment Grant
A five-year grant will fund a new program to help congregations thrive.
Toolkit Helps Churches Discuss Sexuality Report
A new resource aims to facilitate both hearing the church’s voice and encouraging honest questions and concerns.
Churches Grow Behind Bars
Three prison congregations in the CRC recently gathered to share stories.
Gathering Safely for In-Person Worship
The Calvin Institute of Christian Worship offers resources for safe worship during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Linking Two Cultures
Mike Peters talked about 4 Fires, a ministry that bridges the gap between Native American people and others.
Day of Encouragement Set for Saturday
As COVID-19 spread quickly, it became clear that this year’s Day of Encouragement needed to go online.
Taking Steps to Dismantle Racism
Since the death of George Floyd, some CRC churches in Minnesota and elsewhere have stepped up efforts to address racism.
Pastors’ Wives Gather Online for Mutual Encouragement
The biennial pastors’ wives conference organized by Pastor Church Resources took place online last week, Oct. 21-23, bringing together women from around the continent.
Cultivating Mental Wellness
Irene Kraegel, director of the Center for Counseling and Wellness at Calvin University, digs into the pandemic’s impact on mental health.
Ken Koeman’s Story of Love
A new book offers reflections from Ken Koeman, a pastor whose story is about love for his family and the people around him.
Being the Church in Paterson
With help from the Church Engagement Fund, Northside Community Church has been able to provide youth with online learning.
Ken Shigematsu to Speak at Inspire 2021
Ken Shigematsu, an internationally known Canadian speaker and writer, will speak on survival habits for the soul at the Inspire 2021 conference next August.
Stirring Hearts in Eastern Europe
Vladimir and Valentina were atheists, but a missionary who serves with Resonate has witnessed the Holy Spirit at work within this family in Eastern Europe.
Exchanging Messages across Languages, around the World
Readers of Today devotions recently sent messages to devotional readers in China.
GEMS and Cadets Adjust to COVID-19
With gatherings restricted, GEMS and Cadet club leaders and organizational staff have had to find new ways to stay connected while staying healthy.
January Series 2021 Goes Virtual
Attendees will be able to watch 15 daily noontime presentations on their personal devices, in their own locations across the continent.
Leading in a Time of Pandemic
Author and church leader Tod Bolsinger helps pastors chart a course into an uncertain future.
A Church-Planting Ripple Effect
A Christian Reformed church planted 15 years ago is making a ripple effect in Christian leadership and church planting.
CRC Chaplains Take Time Away
Despite having to meet online for their annual conference, CRC chaplains actively engage, share, and support one another.