New IN: Disability Concerns, New IN: Theology

What’s going on here? Surely marketing and sales, yet something else is afoot.

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Growing up in a Christian Reformed Church, I can’t say that I was very aware of the season of Lent. 

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More than ever, nurseries are required to meet high standards of safety, cleanliness, and visual appeal. How does your church ensure that the nursery is properly staff and up to standards? 

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More people with disabilities experience physical, sexual, and emotional abuse than the general population. We hope that this issue will help readers begin to understand the experience of abuse and to respond appropriately.

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Silver Spring Coffee Break, in Maryland, recently introduced the Coffee Break Bible discovery method and materials to a Bible study group in a local apartment complex.

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Here are some of the financial administrative responsibilities connected with managing an overseas ministry that your church should consider (based on experience with my own church).

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There was a festival and it appears that His disciples were downtown Jerusalem. But Jesus took it upon himself to make this sick-call.

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Here are two articles that I especially appreciated and think that all CRC deacons would benefit from reading.

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Willoughby Church, located in Langley, British Columbia, is searching for our next Youth Pastor to serve the Youth of our community.

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We'll be posting a series of blogs on Coffee Break Ministry innovations. These groups have made small changes to the core practices to connect with more people. What are your innovative ideas?

 

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IN: Elders

The National Gathering is being held for the purpose of setting direction for the Christian Reformed Church in Canada.

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IN: Campus

In 2015 we celebrated 75 years of ministry! At our annual conference we spent time celebrating the past, looking at learning from the present and imagining the future.

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The Key Federal Tax Figures displays variables from previous fiscal years to the current fiscal year.

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It is hard not to be involved in a conversation these days about young adults or campus ministry without hearing the question “how do we keep our young adults in the church?”

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Pillar Church is seeking qualified applicants for a full time Director of Youth Ministries position. 

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They go by many names: Global Outreach teams, missions councils, missions teams... But the result seems to be the same when a church appoints missions-minded people to promote and direct the church’s role in missions—a more proactive approach to missions. 

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A plan for a possible renovation to our church building includes a room labeled “Pastor’s Shop.”  It is not a misprint. The designer is well aware of what happens in such a space, and chose the word for a reason.

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Effective disability ministry shouts to a world that values perfection, superficial beauty, and power that God and his people value those who seem weak, who depend on others, and who appear insignificant. Disability ministry proclaims that the gospel is for all people regardless of their abilities...

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God must love immigrants—the Bible is so full of them! Here are some building blocks that will help you welcome children from immigrant families. 

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In honor of The Network’s 6th anniversary, we’re doing a flashback series focusing on several of the most popular blogs from 2010.

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IN: Prayer

I never realized prayer can tucker a person out. Like when people hit the gym, they have a good workout and they’re tired yet they come back feeling good as well, almost energized. It’s being tired in a good way.

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