What could be done to improve our support for women and ethnic minority leaders when they are seeking a pastoral or ministerial call?
I would like your input about ways you, churches and/or classes support women leaders and ordained women to share with Calvin Seminary students. I'm sharing at a luncheon meeting hosted by a Student Advocacy Committee on Friday, April 12 to share some ways we are supporting women in ministry. I would lke your input.
Many Christian Reformed churches do not have an existing policy to support church staff who need to adjust their regular work schedule due to childbirth, adoption, or other family situations. Here are some suggestions to consider for family leave.
We've launched a website and created a brochure to make information easy to access! In addition, we are looking for women in leadership in the CRC to join a network of other women. Are you interested?
You are invited to the annual gathering of the Black and Reformed Leadership Network to be held on September 26-29, 2018 in Grand Rapids, MI.
The Second Women in Leadership Annual Gathering at Synod is less than a week away! There are so many reasons you should come. One is, "We are encouraged so much when we come together as sisters in Christ!"
Pat Gelsinger, CEO of Vmware, identifies three mentoring relationships that were crucial to the success of his career. What do you like most about Gelsinger's types? In what ways do you relate to these types in your own life?
Rev. Elaine May, senior pastor of Mayfair Church in Grand Rapids, MI, was the first to register for the SheLeads Conference to be held at Calvin Theological Seminary. Find out why she's going and join her!
Rev. Dr. Eugene Callender left a lasting legacy of evangelism, social justice, and imparting wisdom to African American leaders in the CRC. Frankly speaking, I'm able to serve in the CRC because of leaders like Dr. Callender.
I have a personal passion for leadership and young people. For this reason, I raise the question: What are we doing in our churches to intentionally raise up young Black and Reformed leaders?