In this time of difficulty and hectic schedules, we could all use some peace. Join Global Coffee Break online as we enjoy together times of worship, prayer, and Bible study.
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The CRC Office of Race Relations is excited to share information on two upcoming online workshops, one on Racism and one on Cultural Intelligence.
Watch as Phil Leo director of Church Communications at Barnabas Foundation hosts John Bolt, director of finances and operations for CRCNA, in a discussion about the difference leaders make when it comes to the financially healthy church.
How has COVID-19 impacted the way we budget, serve, and give? As stewards, how do we generously use our gifts to impact God's world?
Listen in on this conversation with John Bolt, director of finances and operations for the CRCNA, as we discuss the difference leaders make when it comes to the financially healthy church.
Through a special grant, Rev Karl Van Harn, Director of CPE at Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services, is offering an innovative version of CPE to pastors and seminary students.
The following workshops can be hosted live online via Zoom for your congregation at no cost to you. The workshops are highly interactive and allow for discussion and strategizing.
This summer, Calvin Seminary is offering 23 online courses intended to help you adapt your ministry in the context of COVID-19.
A free webinar for men and women sponsored by MissioAlliance. Leaders will join online for robust discussion on the celebrations and complexities of leading together as men and women in the church.
Through this regional, Midwest-based learning experience, we wish to come alongside your congregation to help you unlock key strategies for growing young.
Safe Church Ministry strongly recommends this groundbreaking online course and book (for both men and women) that reveals a path to break addictions and cycles of unwanted sexual behaviors.
Kenosis Community Groups are gatherings facilitated by white people for white people so that concepts and topics related to race and racism in Canada can be explored in an environment that promotes freedom to explore without fear of offense.