As we consider how to walk alongside families in our church regarding racism in America, what resources have churches or individuals found helpful?
As a friend and a representative of a closely connected group of citizens and Christ followers just north of our shared border, I want to say, “I’m sorry.”
Church Now conversations offer an opportunity to reflect on how to live in our present days and help the local church take fresh steps in ministry and mission in the midst of difficult times.
Celebrating the Sabbath de-centers our understanding of life as we proclaim that a brown man from the Middle East is our Lord.
Learn more about the RISE (Resilience Through Stressful Events) program: a volunteer, peer to peer service for health care workers in need of psychological First Aid, offered by Johns Hopkins Hospital.
In this compelling article, Hannah Reed explores the many parallels that can be drawn between the COVID-19 pandemic and racism.
I wasn’t sure how an online book study would work; turns out it was great! Especially with such an insightful book, The #MeToo Reckoning by Ruth Everhart.
This summer, use these ideas to help families grow in faith as they talk together, laugh together, and meet challenges together.
When my stress and resentment levels rise, I have learned to center myself by asking a guiding question: What does love require of you?
Safe Church Ministry shares a customizable Social Media Policy from Protect Young Eyes, an organization helping families, schools, and churches create safer digital environments.
In an episode of North Woods Law, Fish and Game wardens and volunteers carried a girl who had broken her ankle down a mountain in the rain. My roommate commented on the danger of hiking in the rain.
White Americans often ask, “What’s the problem”? “Why do you make everything about race”? This is largely because they cannot see or feel the unseen world in which black people live.
Safe Church has invited Yvonne Lammers and Patricia Van Reenan to lead us in a a discussion on how churches should respond to those with a criminal history in our church. Details below!
The goal of Journeying into Friendship is to strengthen our capacity to bear witness to Jesus Christ through authentic, mutual friendships with neighbors of a different ethnic, racial, or religious background.
Has your church started the reopening process? How are you doing it?
This webinar with several church and public figures across Canada will offer advice and resources regarding re-establishing public worship safely during COVID-19 restrictions and limits.
Faith Church, headquartered in Dyer, Indiana, is looking for a full-time pastor to serve at its Beecher, Illinois campus.
Grace CRC, near downtown Grand Rapids, seeks a 30-hour Pastor of Congregational Life.