I am doing research for a large donation to charities. Are there any good, Christian agencies under the CRCNA banner that are just doing the work of Christ in the world, without a political bias?
This 42-page booklet helps to answer the question, "What does it mean to be Reformed?" This booklet would be ideal for an adult Bible study, catechism class, or for those wanting to learn more about the CRC and its place in today's world.
This short pamphlet provides newcomers with a brief explanation about what a denomination is, and a short introduction to the Christian Reformed Church. Churches may find this to be a valuable resource to have on hand for new members, visitors, outreach, and more.
Every year, one fifth of Christian Reformed churches are invited to participate in the CRCNA denominational survey. If your church is invited to participate this year, here are some resources to encourage participation in your congregation.
The Council of Delegates of the Christian Reformed Church in North America met in Elmhurst, Illinois from October 11-12, 2018. Here are some highlights of that meeting.
Our greatest hope for deacons (and all council members really) is that they will see these larger gatherings as much more than just ‘another meeting.’
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!"
If Graham is the model of political correctness, then I say to CRC clergy and members, "Say whatever you want. It is ok." Right?
This post offers a link to four articles by Canadian writers on the upcoming synod of the CRCNA. The post also includes a conversation between Rev. Paul VanderKlay and Rev. Andrew Beunk.
This Open Letter suggests that closing the Office of Social Justice misses the mark. What divides us is not the channels by which the denomination speaks to government and addresses politics. No, we divide on topics and what should be said.