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Chaplains Mark November 11
Two CRC chaplains who served in the military reflect on challenges and experiences as they prepare to honor veterans on Nov. 11.
Advent Resources are Available
The first Sunday of Advent is Nov. 28, and Faith Alive has a variety of resources to help celebrate Advent and Christmas at church and at home:
A Time to Pause and Listen
A book discussion is helping churches pause, set aside their normal frantic pace, and listen to what the Holy Spirit is saying in this complex time.
Calvin Diversity Leader Helps Script Playbook
Michelle Loyd-Paige discusses a new book that can help Christian organizations respond to diversity issues.
Seventy Years of Pastoral Presence
Leonard Hofman, former general secretary of the CRCNA, reflects on his life and serving the church he has loved for over 70 years.
Vibrant Congregations Launching
Vibrant Congregations is an initiative that helps connect U.S. churches to renewal resources.
The Pandemic and Religious Freedom
At Redeemer University’s “Pastor Professor Exchange,” Robert Joustra and André Schutten will discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on religious freedom.
Sharing Today Devotions With Loved Ones
Peggy and her husband were concerned when their nephew drifted away from Christ, but they found a way to share their faith with him.
The Dante Venegas Award will go to a ‘Champion’
The Dante Venegas award will be awarded at next summer’s Inspire 2022.
CRC Leadership Search Begins
The search teams for two of three key CRCNA leadership positions have been established and are starting their work.
Christians and Healthy Sex
Church Now Conversations hosts talk about bringing marital sex in line with Scripture.
A Plumber and a Pastor in India
When ReFrame Ministries’ partners in India needed a plumber, it turned into a discipleship opportunity for an entire village.
Climate Witness Project Storytelling Project
Allen Drew, a CWP organizer for the Eastern Region of the U.S., has been talking about the urgency of climate change for years.
Time to ‘Recharge’
Coming up next week, Recharge 2021 aims to provide a space where ministry leaders can be refreshed and encouraged.
October Council of Delegates Highlights
The Council of Delegates of the CRCNA met Oct. 13-15. Here is a summary of some key decisions.
Calvin University Announces $15 Million Gift to Establish School of Health
Calvin University is launching a School of Health with backing of an anonymous alumni donor.
An Active Parent Church in Texas
Over the past several years, New Life Church in Spring, Tex., has helped start several Hispanic congregations.
Relational Learning Project Grows
Hearts Exchanged, a reconciliation effort and learning opportunity, is reaching communities across Canada.
Rev. Al Mulder Honored for Diversity
Rev. Al Mulder will be honored today by Calvin Seminary for his work supporting diversity, inclusion and equity.
New Director Appointed for Disability Concerns
The Council of Delegates approved Lindsay Wieland Capel as the new director of Disability Concerns.
Canadian Advisory Committee on Antiracism
At its October meeting, the CRCNA Canada Corporation appointed seven people to a new committee focused on antiracism and intercultural conciliation in Canada.
Addressing the Pain from Domestic Abuse
Michael Ten Haken had no idea what he was getting into when he joined a group seeking to set up a domestic abuse court in his community.
Planting Multiethnic Churches along the U.S. East Coast
Marco Avila learned many lessons as a church planter that he now uses as a regional leader for Resonate Global Mission.
CRCNA Supports Investigation into Boarding Schools
The recent discovery of unmarked graves at a boarding school in Canada has prompted a U.S. investigation into its own schools.