As the United States gets ready to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the RCA and CRCNA pledge to keep working.
Seeking to help church members manage their finances, Resonate Missionaries in Mexico reached out to ministry leaders in Nicaragua.
The estates of Rimmer and Ruth de Vries made the donation to enhance Reformed world-and-life view.
45 callers have contacted more than 620 churches to see how they are doing during this time of pandemic.
New curator of CRC archives wants to spread appreciation for the past as people share increasingly diverse stories today.
A new “women in transition” group is providing support to female candidates awaiting a call to a pastoral position.
Resonate Global Mission is championing a new priority for the Christian Reformed Church in North America’s ministry plan for the next five years: Church planting.
Robert Keeley has received Calvin University’s 2020 Presidential Award for Exemplary Teaching.
The council of delegates held a special virtual meeting in lieu of Synod 2020. Here are the results.
The council of delegates approved the name ReFrame Ministries for the CRCNA’s media ministry.
Colin Watson, Sr., has been appointed interim executive director of the CRCNA.
The Council of Delegates, meeting June 16 and17 on behalf of synod, approved a new ministry plan for the Christian Reformed Church in North America.
Young adults with the Youth Ambassadors Reconciliation Program, seeking to build bridges with Indigenous communities, will be able to do that online this summer.
The CRCNA in Canada has gathered resources to help churches mark World Refugee Day, which is on June 20.
A nearly $2.4 million grant will help examine ‘new’ theology in settings across Africa.
“Superheroes in Quarantine” offered a biblical lesson for families in Mexico’s Tabasco State.
Following the lead of the biblical character Esther, Denise Posie has stood strong in her faith.
A range of agencies and offices have combined their resources to help congregations and ministries weather the COVID-19 crisis.
John and Shirley Wind aren’t certain where they contracted the virus, but time, patience and prayer are seeing them through.
Students and staff from a range of Reformed schools are set to return for the upcoming semester.
Rev. Emmanuel Bileya, a pastor in the Christian Reformed Church of Nigeria (CRCN), and his wife were attacked and killed in Taraba state, Nigeria.
Racism is a stronghold in our countries that will not go away overnight. The remedy is a commitment to sanctification. We invite you to walk with us in this sanctification process.
“America [must find] the courage to acknowledge its deep-rooted racism” and dismantle it.
Juan Sierra: “Coffee Break is growing because of the way in which it teaches the Bible. . . .”