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The Antioch Worship Leadership Podcast

The Antioch Worship Leadership Podcast was created for multiethnic worship leaders to have a way to continue learning about worship and community life in multiethnic churches.  

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Celebrate Hispanic Leaders in the CRCNA This Month

During Hispanic Heritage Month, we are sharing stories about Hispanic leaders in this CRC! We'd love you to meet Pastor Edwin Olguin, a church planter with a passion to see the church truly become one body. 

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Journey With Refugees: Canadian Workshop

When one part of a community struggles, the entire community is incomplete. Our hope is that this workshop will help Christian citizens to work with their refugee neighbours for justice.

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Stand Against Racism Chapel - April 19th

Inspired by the YWCA's national Stand Against Racism campaign, Calvin College and The Office of Race Relations are hosting a worship service on Wednesday, April 19. 

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Resources in Chinese, Arabic, French

Here are some CRCNA documents and other resources that are available in Chinese, Arabic, and French. 

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How Shall We Respond to the Statement on Racism?

A couple of weeks ago, leaders of Christian Reformed Church ministries issued a Statement on Racism to all pastors in the denomination. Let's have a conversation about the Statement, and the topic it addresses.

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Engage 2016: A Multiethnic Gathering—Why You Should Be There

This summer from June 8-10 I plan to attend “Engage 2016: A Multiethnic Gathering” hosted by the CRCNA and located on the campus of Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

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Time to Buy Some New Clothes

It is time to create a new agency to support ethnic CRCs. Just as children need new clothes as they outgrow the old ones, a relatively young denomination like the CRC needs new structures. 

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Christianity Explored English Made Easy Edition

Has anyone used this version of Christianity Explored? We are using it for the first time at Fleetwood CRC in Surrey and are having a great time with it. Session 3 is tonight. Seven people are coming from all over the world--Burma, China, Nepal, Taiwan, Cambodia. Some of them are opening the Bible for the first time. Any advice to give us?
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FREE Webinar: Raising & Mentoring Black Teen Boys

Got this link from my pastor and thought others might be interested: Presented by Rev. Dr. James C. Perkins Hosted by Judson Press DATE: Wednesday, February 24, 2010 TIME: 10:00 a.m. E.S.T. REGISTER: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/736948737 MORE: Can't attend, but interested? Register to receive a link to the recorded presentation! Based on Dr. Perkins' book Playbook for Christian Manhood: 12 Key Plays for Black Teen Boys Judson Press P.O. Box 851 Valley Forge, Pennsylvania 19482
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What does your church do to be intentional about diversity?

Our church is growing in diversity, praise God. Diverse in income, culture, ethnicity, and ability level. We try to have people from various ethnic backgrounds involved in our praise team. Our two pastors are two different ethnicities. Our services are mostly in English, and are simultaneously translated into Spanish. Much of our facility is barrier free. Worship leaders try to use inclusive language. I'm interested in learning what specific things other churches are doing to be intentional about diversity. What practical steps has your church implemented to become more diverse?
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