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Women’s Ordination Milestone
The CRCNA reached a milestone as its 200th and the 201st women pastors were ordained earlier this year.
Having Spiritual Conversations
A Global Coffee Break and Resonate Global Mission workshop trains participants to connect with neighbors in caring ways as they share the good news of Jesus.
Raise Up to Join CRCNA
On June 25, the board of Raise Up Global Ministries voted to merge with the Christian Reformed Church in North America Michigan Corporation.
Walking with Christ in the Middle East
Students are walking out their faith in many ways in the cradle of ancient Christianity.
Experiencing That ‘You Heard Me’ Moment
As a professional counselor in the Chicago area, Ginnette Yonkman witnesses a lot of brokenness on a daily basis.
Sharing God’s Story in Jamaica
Lois grew up in a pastor’s family in the country village of Frankfield, surrounded by the green hills of Jamaica. She looks back fondly on those formative years and on her parents’ 44 years of mission and witness to the people of Jamaica and to the world.
The Path of Mission in a COVID Year
Resonate Global Mission and ReFrame Ministries shared ministry highlights with the COD, along with a report evaluating the state of Global Mission in the CRCNA.
Second Meeting ‘In Lieu of Synod’
A special meeting of the Council of Delegates took place in lieu of synod to deal with matters that were deemed essential and unable to wait for Synod 2022.
State of the Church: Hopeful and Promising
The following speech was given by executive director Colin Watson on June 15 during a special meeting of the Council of Delegates in lieu of synod.
Healing Trauma and Giving Hope
In her role as a spiritual care practitioner and psychotherapist, CRC chaplain Alida van Dijk keeps an eye open for ways in which her clients may experience God in their lives.
Dancing on a Red Line
China’s Communist Party will recognize it’s 100 year anniversary in July. The celebration has also caused a heightened censorship in religious publications and web content.
Partnering in Translation
Raise Up Global Ministries and Crossroads Prison Ministries have set up a translation partnership to help reach more prisoners worldwide.
A ‘Startling’ New Start
A mostly Spanish-speaking congregation has a new pastor, Rev. Ron Chu, who speaks English and Korean.
Michael Le Roy to Leave Calvin University
Michael Le Roy, president of Calvin University for nearly 10 years has announced that he is leaving Calvin to spend more time with his family.
Watch Special COD Meeting
A special virtual meeting in lieu of Synod 2021 will be livestreamed June 15 and 16 for public viewing.
Hospital Chaplain Weathers COVID-19
Marcia Fairrow is one of six health-care workers from around the world featured in a new series of documentaries.
A Taste of What’s to Come: Inspire ‘Light’ 2021
Inspire “Light,” an online series of presentations, is planned as a time of encouragement and a preview of next summer’s in-person conference, Inspire 2022.
Writing a Different Story
Amanda Becker finds that listening, instead of talking, is a key to ministry.
Makings of a Microchurch
The campus ministry at Grand Valley State University is gearing up to train students to begin microchurches.
Response to Discovery of Remains of 215 Children
In memory of the 215 Indigenous Children of Creator found in unmarked graves at a residential school, the CRCNA calls people to prayer and action.
Denominational Prayer Service for the COD
A half-hour online prayer service kicked off 10 days of prayer for the upcoming special meeting of the Council of Delegates in lieu of synod.
Campus Students in Crisis
Resonate Global Mission’s campus ministries offer support amid rising mental health concerns on campuses.
Seeking Communion with God
Neal Plantinga’s new book Morning and Evening Prayers invites readers to know the unknowable God better.
Highlighting Justice Efforts in Honduras
New interactive ASJ website maps important gains and new strategies.