Many of you have been having conversations with pastors and church staff about COVID this Spring. Through these calls we’re learning a lot.
Often times blessings flow through us to others in invisible ways. This invisibility can wear down our souls. Here are some ways our colleagues have addressed these challenges.
This list tells the story of an increasingly congregation-centric CRC that recognizes the beautiful challenge of thriving as faithful congregations led by well-supported pastors and leaders.
Grandparents can have a huge impact on the faith of their grandchildren. Here are some ideas for strengthening those important discipling relationships.
About a year ago, as Venezuela was beginning to deteriorate into violent chaos, I prayed for God to expand my borders. A short time later, he brought refugees Alejandro and Sandra into my life.
My Reformed roots have blessed me, and continue to bless me, in too many ways to count. I’ll name just three.
Syd Hielema reflects on our baptismal vows, defining this simple liturgical act as the cornerstone of our congregations’ way of walking with children and teens.
I suddenly blurted out, “I don’t want Jesus to come back! I want to see our baby daughter grow up; I want to fix up the old house that we just bought; I want to get better at this career that I've just begun.”