Leading others in spirituality can make it easier for leaders to forget their own spiritual health. Here is a tool to help facilitate conversation and prayer on spiritual health.
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.
In this short interview, Dr. Steve Timmermans, Executive Director of the CRCNA, reflects on the refocused expectations of deacons laid out by Synod 2015.
We've launched a website and created a brochure to make information easy to access! In addition, we are looking for women in leadership in the CRC to join a network of other women. Are you interested?
Much has been written to praise and critique Alan Hirsch’s book 5Q; Reactivating the Original Intelligence and Capacity of the Body of Christ. Despite what is being said, I find Hirsch to be particularly compelling on a couple points.
When you become a minister in the CRC, whether through ordination or transfer, we want you to travel through your first five years of ministry with an experienced minister at your side. Here is a ministry description for that relationship.
How many activities can an average church member be expected to do? The easy answer is "it depends." The better answer is to find out what the situation is for your congregation.