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Creation Care Advocate Honored
Andrew Oppong is recognized for his advocacy and mobilization for creation care.
Volunteers Needed to Test New Leadership Course
With the help of a grant from Lilly Endowment Inc., the CRC’s Thrive Project is working on a leadership program for all ministry leaders and staff.
Talking through Tough Topics
Churches learn that the Colossian Forum helps their members “love one another across differences.”
Holding on to Faith after Two Hurricanes
Martha Figueroa Hernández has depended on prayer as her home and others in Honduras have been hit by two hurricanes.
Chaplains Help Seniors Through COVID-19
Richard Bodini, one of three chaplains at Holland Christian Homes, explains how the pandemic had presented unique challenges.
Finding God Present with Us
Glocal Mission Summit highlights the Lord’s everpresent power to guide us on mission.
Sharing God’s Dignity with Others
“We have a place with God, working to disrupt patterns of indignity in this world,” said Amanda Benckhuysen, director of Safe Church ministry.
Salim’s Pentecost Testimony
Salim is sharing God’s word in Arabic using lessons learned from Reframe’s Portuguese ministry programs.
Navigating the Waves
The COVID-19 pandemic has been hard on Obed, but a Resonate missionary has been there for him all the way.
Mission-minded ‘Glocal’ Stories
Last week’s Glocal Mission Summit included many stories of connecting with others and sharing God’s love and good news.
Structure and Leadership Changes Pending
The Council of Delegates is recommending to Synod 2022 several changes in structure and leadership for the denomination.
Structure and Leadership FAQs
Frequently asked questions about the CRCNA’s structure and leadership discussion.
Bolt to Serve as Deputy Executive Director
John Bolt has been appointed to a new role as deputy executive director for the coming year.
Returning to Historic Treasures
A new book describes how a 1991 church plant has found depth and meaning in historic worship practices.
A case study about partnership between New Westminster CRC (B.C) and their community.
Song Brings Lament, Hope
CRC members collaborated to produce a new song that laments our broken world and hints at a better one.
Hearts Exchanged Breaks down Barriers
Hearts Exchanged is designed to equip Reformed Christians to engage with Indigenous people as neighbors and fellow imagebearers.
Getting Down to Business
Calvin and Redeemer universities announce new business programs and centers for learning.
When Jesus Said, “Love Your Neighbor”
Ary Vreeken was ready to leave church when he learned about Go Local.
Students from Different Faiths Share Scriptures
Calvin University and the Al Amana Centre in Oman connect students via interfaith scripture study.
COVID-19 Spreads across India
World Renew is responding as India experiences increasing numbers of infections and deaths from COVID-19.
Listening to Scripture Together
Churches, schools, and ministries are finding that the Public Reading of Scripture attracts people and helps them go deeper into the Bible.
Standing on Resurrection Rock
The Navajo Nation has seen a year “like no other,” but rays of hope are shining.
COVID-19 and Coffee Connections
Rev. Lesli van Milligen is using coffee and technology to connect with Christian Reformed pastors throughout eastern Canada.