As I complete my role as Guide for the Global Missions section, I wish to thank each of you for your collaboration and wisdom. I'd also like to introduce the new Guide...
Learn about Jan Disselkoen's pilgrimage across the Camino de Santiago. Along the way, she is raising money for World Renew and praying for different countries.
Learn how World Renew & World Missions are responding to the 7.8 magnitude earthquake.
Prizing earthly comfort drives us to selfishness, cowardice, and apathy. When we seek comfort, we fail to trust that God will provide for us even when we personally dislike our circumstances.
Check out the Youth Ministry section for an interesting and timely series on short term missions!
The influence of youth in missions and development is often overlooked. But even though we aren’t making donations or writing books, young people like myself are doing big things.
Learn more about World Renew's director, Andrew Ryskamp.
Check on the Deacons' page!
I was nervous about safety, travel, finding community, and other things, but, strangely, I was more afraid about raising support than almost anything else.
When we talk about community development, what are we really saying?
Subscribe to the OSJ's Advent daily devotional to refocus on celebrating God's redemptive work and anticipating his second coming this season.
193 riders making up 40 teams joined together for an autumn day of cycling in a collective effort for poverty alleviation. Sarah Williams, one of the riders, reflected on her experience riding with Sea to Sea...
Learn more about the CRCNA's response to the Ebola virus and how you can help.
The Lord gave me a beautiful picture of the “great cloud of witnesses” we are surrounded by as we “run with perseverance the race marked out for us”.
What is World Renew's Free A Family Program?
How does World Renew work with partners around the world?
When we talk about Global Missions, obviously we are focusing on the work of the CRC around the world. However, many elements of global missions take place right here.
A poem written in November of 1990 by Peter Kuperis who was working in Kapoeta, a major town in southern Sudan that came under the control of the SPLA, or Sudanese People’s Liberation Army.
Join us October 4, 2014 in the Grand Rapids Ride for Refuge bicycle ride!
Where is the line between trusting God even in uncertainty and recognizing when a situation is too dangerous to stay in?
This summer we'll be hearing from a few missionaries on home service about their call to missions, what life is like as field staff, and their ministries around the globe.
It’s easy for us to scoff at the Israelites when they pleaded with Samuel for a king and wonder how they couldn’t see how faithful God had been to them. But the Israelites weren’t the only ones who thought they needed a king.
Learning to do short-term missions in a new way
Each summer World Renew and World Missions holds a training to prepare those who are heading off to volunteer with field staff around the world.
Go and Tell is an easy and practical way to share the gospel with others based on the Heidelberg Catechism. The Go and Tell seminar is now free online and includes the video, audio, power points, testimonials, and more.