How did church leadership become such draining work? What are some ways for church leaders to rediscover their first love for Christ, and find renewed energy for their ministry?
Join Worship Ministries for an upcoming roundtable discussion! Topics include: children in worship, lament, Lent planning, and more.
Worship Ministries is excited to host two conversations with Worship Symposium presenters. Take advantage of this opportunity to ask questions and engage!
Join this week's "Church Now" conversation with Mike Goheen on Newbigin's Missionary Ecclesiology.
Did the CRC get rid of it or did Gen Z not feel like it was needed?
Applications are now being accepted for student loan relief grants from Financial Shalom! Ordained CRCNA pastors are invited to apply.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2022 cohort of the Bivocational Growth Fellowship. CRCNA pastors are invited to apply.
Look inside for updates from the Candidacy Committee, Chaplaincy and Care Ministry, Diversity, Pastor Church Resources, Raise Up Global Ministries, and Women's Leadership Development.
Pastor Church Resources has been helping churches and pastors to be more trusting of and trustworthy for one another for a long time—it will be 40 years in 2022!
Don't miss this upcoming conversation (Sept. 16 at 11 am ET) with Susan Beaumont. The first 25 pastors to register receive a free copy of her book!
Rev. John Groen shares guidelines he drafted to train himself in patterns of constructive communication, so that destructive conflict can be avoided.
For the longest time, I considered my desire to “be liked” a liability. A weakness. But watching the hit series Ted Lasso has caused me re-think this.
What does your church use for in-person (or remote) training workshops/programs/seminars for church leaders involved in teaching?