Interested in helping families with children form faith while having fun? Get inspired with this summer bucket list of ideas.
Inspired by families and church leaders, Faith Formation Ministries invited Christian Reformed Church staff to reflect on the story of Holy Week using the Dwell at Home resource God's Big Easter Story.
Play is a significant way children learn. See how one CRC church incorporated a play church so that children can learn more about the church and worship.
This booklet is great for adults and teens who want to love God and their neighbor, listen to the Spirit, and become more like Jesus.
What faith-forming podcasts are you currently listening to?
When we share our stories, we experience the blessing of telling and hearing about God’s faithfulness in our everyday lives. Here's one idea for becoming a story-telling church.
The stories of betrayal, crucifixion, death and burial that happened during Holy Week can be hard to share with kids. Here's how one church held an event that made these stories accessible to people of all ages.
It is widely acknowledged that young people are leaving the church or choosing to practice their faith outside of a faith community. Exploring a report on the topic, we reflect on three trends and how churches can respond.
Use these listening prompts and discussion questions to start a conversation with your congregation (or family!) about living justly.
You are invited to an interactive presentation, discussion, and time of prayer at Covenant CRC in Sioux Center, Iowa, on Tuesday, March 1 from 7 to 8:30 pm.
Join Faith Formation Ministries on March 24 as we listen to and share examples of where God is showing up in our communities.
Here's a simple, meaningful way for families to grow in faith together during Lent and prepare for Easter.
I misplaced the student newspapers for Stuff to Know When Cults Come Knocking, a curriculum put out by Faith Alive. Anyone have a set of these newspapers by chance?
Talking about faith together doesn’t have to be daunting. It can be as simple as asking a good question. Here’s one: What does participating in the Lord’s Supper mean to you?