Martin Nathan recognizes the challenges of the gospel in the Arab world.
The Climate Witness Project works with churches to raise awareness of climate issues.
CRCNA personnel in Grand Rapids, Mich., had a chance to participate in a special online chapel service with the theme of the coronavirus in mind.
CRCs across Canada have an urgent opportunity to dialogue with Indigenous neighbors.
The 2020 Inter-Classis Safe Church Conference brought participants together from seven classes for a day of learning.
Notions about human trafficking are all wrong, said speakers this week at Calvin University.
Church in New Mexico faces one more obstacle on their road to recovery.
Pastors from the CRC and other denominations will soon begin Calvin Theological Seminary’s new Doctor of Ministry program.
Read Scripture and take photos as part of your Lenten journey.
Josh Friend may have one of the lowest singing voices in Canada.
Binta put her life in danger trying to get to a conference for Fulani Christians.
Julia is a doula — someone who offers support to a woman before, during and after childbirth.
Pastors and ministry leaders had a chance to step away from their busyness and seek solace in God.
Songs, worship services, books, and special prayers are available to give meaning to the season of Lent.
With the help of the Nehemiah Center, Lourdes experienced healing from emotional trauma.
Accountability through fellow Christians is an important part of staying strong in one’s faith. But what if you couldn’t meet with them in person?
In light of structural changes between Canadian and US administration and the anticipated changes to the role of executive director of CRCNA, Dr. Steven Timmermans has elected to speed up his intended retirement and to resign effective immediately.
The COD recommended several changes to its procedures and structure that will affect how the CRCNA does ministry as a cross-border church.
Time is getting short if you would like to offer your thoughts through this year’s CRCNA survey.
Jodi Koeman is serving in a new role to assist deacons in their work across the U.S.
Churches across Classis Georgetown are joining to include those with challenges.
Eliud Wambua wants to use his faith to create change in a large slum in Kenya.
Deepak stayed steadfast learning what Scripture meant for him.
How can churches best connect with their neighbors of other faiths? A joint RCA and CRCNA team is attempting to answer this question.