This bulletin insert shares how the CRC's media ministry, Back to God Ministries International, is proclaiming the Gospel, discipling new believers, and strengthening the church worldwide.
Use this pamphlet to encourage all members of your congregation to support the work of missions.
This document outlines some of the key responsibilities of a Missions Committee.
A well-planned missionary visit can make a big difference in how your church views missions. Here are some tips to plan a successful missionary visit.
The following list of mission emphasis themes is meant to help you choose a topic or message that you want to build a mission emphasis event/service around.
World Renew has launched Operation Ruby Slipper, a peer-to-peer fundraising campaign to encourage teens and young adults to take action and help hurricane survivors get back home. Register a team today!
This fifth post in the series was written by Renee Aupperlee, whose role as a Member Care Coordinator for Resonate gives her a good glimpse into the importance of care and accountability.
This resource offers you options in several categories: introduction, responsive readings, litanies, ordination, etc. Select one or more options from each category to create a unique commissioning liturgy.
This workshop introduces the concept of Cultural Intelligence (CQ) with its four concrete skill areas: Knowledge, Motivation, Interpretation and Behavior.
I'm the treasurer of our deacons at Grace CRC in Chatham Ontario. We've been asked if it is possible to designate donations to Resonate as either domestic or international. How does this work?
When we think of peacemaking, we think of it in the context of reconciliation. In order to achieve true reconciliation and lasting peace, we need to begin with understanding God’s original intent for humanity.
Setting out into the world with God’s Word has always been, and will always be, challenging. But I've seen a care from the CRC and Resonate Global Mission to look after and equip missionaries in healthy, effective ways.
When we talk about mission, we must keep in mind that we can always learn from one another instead of assuming we have the answers. There is no need to impress anyone but to be humble in learning.
“God gave you two ears and only one mouth for a reason!” my Sunday School teacher declared. Years later, working in the field of "mission," those words are immensely helpful.
It seems as though Christian Reformed Home Missions and Christian Reformed World Missions were ashamed of our identity in selecting a new name and it ignores the denomination's rich heritage.
A posture of prayer means a life of prayer. Whatever form this may take in our lives, this posture will bring our most powerful contributions to our mission in God's kingdom.
As I listened to Father Chacour described the oppression the Palestinian people experience under the Israeli occupation, I was convicted by his challenge. Am I willing to raise hell for justice in Palestine?
According to Daoud Nassar, most tourists go to the holy land to see dead stones. They don't see how the people of Palestine live under the Israeli occupation. Our team went to see the living stones of Palestine.
Christians in Bethlehem are among the oldest followers of Jesus in the world. I have been tremendously blessed to worship with my Palestinian brothers and sisters in the birthplace of our Savior.
My focus during the week moved to loving the kids well. Though I wanted them to learn about teamwork and challenge, I hope they especially gained a view of what love should look like.
Dr. Ray Bakke, a pioneer in urban community transformation, defines evangelism as “scratching where it itches.” What itches are happening in your community that need scratching?
Our first unofficial week of camp brought together IMPACT Club members from Armenia, Albania, Moldova, and Romania. IMPACT Clubs work to create positive change in their own communities through service.
Christian Reformed Home Missions and Christian Reformed World Missions are now Resonate Global Mission. Here are some FAQs about how this change affects your contributions that support this work.
As Christians, we need to stop talking about people—whether youth in the church or Muslims or atheists—like they are a problem to be solved. We don’t own Jesus so it is not our job to offer Jesus to others.
My summer will be spent on Straja mountain working at VIATA Adventure Camp. Though I will predominately be supporting the Romanian staff, I'll also get to work alongside youth, learning teamwork and social entrepreneurship.