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Bivocational Growth Fellowship Continues
Now in its second year, the Bivocational Growth Fellowship trains and equips pastors for working second jobs in addition to their church ministry.
World Renew Imagines More at Building Dedication
More than a hundred people gathered in Byron Center, Mich. to dedicate and bless the newly renovated headquarters of World Renew U.S.
Graduation Behind Bars
The Calvin Prison Initiative’s graduation will be a first for the state of Michigan.
Faith-filled Response to Historic Flood
In Abbotsford, B.C., many churches and organizations are helping to meet overwhelming needs in communities affected by flooding.
Transitional Canadian Executive Director Hired
Rev. Al Postma has been appointed by the CRCNA Canada board of directors to a two-year role as transitional executive director for the CRCNA in Canada.
Agenda for Synod 2022 Available
The agenda materials for Synod 2022, which will gather in person June 10-16 in Grand Rapids, Mich., are now available online.
Senior Leader for Indigenous Justice Hired
Adrian Jacobs has accepted the position of senior leader for Indigenous Justice and Reconciliation for the CRC in Canada.
Seminary Hires OT Professor
Pending synod approval, Dr. Wilson de Angelo Cunha plans to join the Calvin Theological Seminary faculty as a professor of Old Testament studies.
Grant Makes Way for ‘Sacred Play’
Using creative ways to cultivate children’s spirituality, “we can help pass on our faith to our children.”
A Call for Prayer and Peace
Executive Director’s response to Patrick Lyoya’s death
Thriving Essentials Available for Churches
A new course on effective church leadership is now available for congregational training events.
Dordt University’s Economic Impact
How much economic value does Dordt University bring to Sioux County, Iowa? A recent study answered that question.
Resonate Reopens Field Volunteering
For the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Resonate Global Mission sent a service and learning team to volunteer in the field.
South African Group to Sing at Inspire
When six South African young people began singing together in 2016, they had no idea that their music would eventually take them to Chicago, Ill.
Retreat Encourages Overlooked Ministry Leaders
Throughout the world, pastors’ spouses play an integral role in mission and ministry. Recently a group of South Korean ministry spouses were offered a retreat.
Letters from Prison
Letters coming from prisons across North America are telling the story of God’s work there.
Gift of the City
Inspire 2022 attendees will have the opportunity to visit several Chicago-area ministries to learn about doing missions in urban centers.
Another Step on the Canadian CRC Journey
Twenty Canadians devoted six hours Apr. 9 to review the past and identify where the Canadian CRC should be in the next few years.
The ‘Charles Wesley’ of South Sudan
Mary Aluel Garang's theologically rich hymns have helped Sudanese Christians maintain faith and hope in God despite decades of war, conflict, and hardship.
Not Too Late to Be Inspired!
With early-bird rates being extended until Apr. 30, it is not too late to plan to join hundreds of other CRC members in Chicago this summer.
A Birthday Call from a Lizard
Luke Holman received a special surprise on his ninth birthday.
Exploring Healthy Dialogue on Divisive Issues
On Apr. 27 the Pastor Professor Exchange at Redeemer University will look at better ways to engage people with contentious differences.
Resonate Names Interim Director
In the lead-up to synod’s approval of Zachary King as general secretary, Resonate Global Mission has named Joel Huyser as its interim director.
Missionaries Care for Ukrainian Refugees
Of the millions of people fleeing Ukraine, more than 255,000 have been seeking refuge in Hungary, where Resonate missionaries Jeff and Julie Bouman serve.