In the first of the Church Now conversations, Ed Stetzer spoke about the church’s response to COVID-19 and the killing of George Floyd.
God has a place for congregations in the kingdom that He is revealing. Here's how to gain clarity on how well your congregation is living into that mission.
This summer, Calvin Seminary is offering 23 online courses intended to help you adapt your ministry in the context of COVID-19.
When men and women desire to thrive in ministry, they must be intentional about serving together in life-giving ways.
If you would like to create a culture of flourishing, where men and women are working in shared leadership roles, there are some gender dynamics we should consider.
Church leaders have decisions to make during COVID-19. Decision-making requires courage and humility—both, and at the same time.
Racism may not be the original sin but it is pretty close to the root. In this article, Rev Harold Caicedo sees the Gospel as an anti-racism response that tears down the dividing walls of racism.
In times of trauma, people look to their spiritual leaders for care and support. The more pain spiritual leaders encounter, the more they pour themselves into ministry and the less they pay attention to their own well-being.
Planning is underway for the CRC's Black and Reformed Leadership Network 2020 gathering at Maranatha Conference Center in Muskegon, MI.
Look inside for updates from the Candidacy Committee, Chaplaincy and Care Ministry, Leadership Diversity, Pastor Church Resources, and The Network.
Best Christian Workplaces Institute is an employee engagement ministry "dedicated to helping Christian leaders and organizations achieve their full potential." Here are some great resources they have shared.