This newsletter includes a reflection on the local church, contact info for local Youth Ministry Champions, information on Inspire 2019, practical resources, and more.
This guide emerges from a renewal-orientation for church visiting and features the executive version of the survey used in the Healthy Church Discernment Process. Discover this coaching and encouraging approach!
The Classis Chatham Church Planting Team developed a questionnaire to spark discussion about our Classis' next church plant. Feedback showed this instigated good discussions about the congregation's mission and revealed some congregations that are eager to support a church plant.
A few years ago, Syd Hielema and I had an idea that each classis would have a least one Youth Ministry Champion. This podcast looks at the many places of engagement churches, classis, and youth ministry leaders can have with these Champions.
Look inside for an update from World Renew, Disability Concerns, the Office of Race Relations, the Office of Social Justice, Safe Church Ministry, the Centre for Public Dialogue, and the Canadian Aboriginal Ministries Committee.
Classis plays a key role in CRC church planting. Here are ten ways you can contribute to a church planting movement.
This is the first issue of Living the Call, a new newsletter produced by the CRCNA. This newsletter was formerly called the Quarterly Ministry Report and gives a brief overview of the work of the Christian Reformed Church.
D.A. Carson responds to the fact that he had written what he called a "restrained critique" of the emerging church movement, and was chided with "white hot" indignation for not having approached the persons named in his critique privately as per the text.