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The Power of Story
Three speakers at the January Series shared how narratives can be powerful in shaping how we live and act.
World Renew Names Interim Director
Ken Kim, director of International Disaster Response, has accepted the position of interim director of World Renew-Canada.
Travel and Global Citizenship
In his January Series presentation last week, Rick Steves focused on the value of travel for learning, connecting, and becoming better global citizens.
Short Stories from the January Series
Over the past several days, the January Series 2022 has offered a range of compelling presentations.
Dwell Flex Is Agreeably Flexible
Designed to support churches during the pandemic, Dwell Flex is easily adaptable to Sunday school programs including youths of various ages in the same class.
CRCNA Joint Ministry Agreements Finalized
Management documents that outline the relationship and expectations between the U.S. and Canadian sides of CRCNA ministries have been approved.
‘Prayer Shepherd’ Named for CRCNA
The new position, provided by donors, aims to help encourage the CRCNA and its congregations to expand their commitment to prayer.
Finding Joy in the Midst of Grief
Angela Gorrell, the first speaker at this year’s January Series, shares her discoveries about joy in a time of deep grief.
Calvin Remembers Nick Moll
Nick Moll, a Calvin University junior, died on Dec. 30 after being assaulted on Dec. 24 in Visalia, Calif.
Easter Hope and Pentecostal Power
Institutions can help us rediscover how to be the light of Christ in the world, said Gregory Jones at Calvin University’s January Series.
Kaastra-Mutoigo to Leave World Renew
After more than three decades of service, Ida Kaastra-Mutoigo will step down from her role with World Renew in February 2022.
A COVID-19 Year in Review
A look at 15 of the most-read CRC News stories in 2021.
Navajo Christians Build Relationships
Window Rock CRC used a Vital Worship Grant to connect with more people by engaging scripture in ways reflective of Navajo cultural practices.
January Series Brims with Storytellers
As director Kristi Potter wraps up her final year with the January Series, the month-long event continues to offer stories to shape people’s lives.
Thriving Essentials Open for Registration
After incorporating feedback from pilot sessions, the Thrive project is ready to launch its first phase, Thriving Essentials.
Rachael Denhollander: Lighting the Darkness
Denhollander, the first to speak out against USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar for his sexual abuse, receives the 2021 Abraham Kuyper Prize.
What does a Christmas Song Look Like?
High school students in Minnesota are learning more about some of the classic Christmas hymns and songs with help from the Today devotional.
From Ruin to Restoration
The realities a disaster leaves families and communities with are daunting. World Renew is helping to bring restoration to families like Elizabeth’s.
‘A New Humanity’ in Christ
In a Church Now Conversation, Michael Goheen speaks about returning to the heart of the gospel as the mission of the church today.
An Advent Reflection
During this advent season, as cases of COVID increase and we hear reports of disasters around the world, many of us are longing and hoping for change.
Ernie Benally’s Long Walk: In Memoriam
Ernest (Ernie) Phillip Benally passed away recently after a long life of Christian service that included social work among the Navajo people.
World Renew to Share in $75 Million Grant
This grant will allow World Renew to respond quickly to disasters and disruptions.
Take a Break — and Worship!
Worship Ministries is offering a special worship package for church leaders who may be feeling especially tired after a busy holiday season.
Toronto Church Enfolds Iranian Newcomers
In three years, Willowdale Christian Reformed Church has almost doubled in size, thanks to Farsi-speaking newcomers from Iran.