This is a short list of our most frequently asked questions. For more information or any other questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is The Network?
The Network is a ministry sharing site that was launched in February 2010 to connect people across the CRC to each other. With over 60 different ministry topics to choose from, the site is a gathering place for deacons, Sunday school teachers, worship leaders, pastors and many others to compare notes and share ideas. Since its humble start, The Network has grown to be one of the most popular sites in the CRCNA.
Do I need an account to get started?
An account is not required to read posts or share them on social media. However, creating your own account is highly recommended as this enables you to post comments, get email notifications of new posts or comments, share your own blogs or resources, and connect with your peers. Plus, it’s quick and easy.
How do I create an account?
You may login to The Network with your existing Facebook, Google or Yahoo account.
Or to create an account, simply go to the Sign Up page and enter your information. Once this quick step is done, you’ll receive an email from The Network to confirm your account. After your account has been confirmed, you are ready to login.
How do I post a blog, resource, or ministry question?
How do I add an image to my post?
Only Network Administrators can add a header image to a post. If there’s an image you’d like to use, simply email the image (along with the source/permission to use) to email@example.com. Note: users may add images to the bottom of their post using the “Add Links, Attachments, Expiry Date” button.
When does my post get published?
Your post is published immediately after you click “Submit” unless the post contains a link or file attachment. If a link or file is included, your post will briefly go into moderation as a way for Network Administrators to check for SPAM or bad links.
How do I subscribe to a specific topic or author on The Network?
Here is a short video tutorial demonstrating the simple steps to subscribe to a topic, author or conversation on The Network.