A fascinating classroom experiment at the University of Maryland illustrates an important truth. Even a handful of saints giving sacrificially can make a really big difference.
Lecturing my millennial friend on the priorities of giving won't accomplish much. Truth is, he has a lot more to say about how and when church ministry will be paid for than I do.
Find video recordings from the bivocational ministry gathering that took place last month in Grand Rapids, MI. We'd love your feedback!
Letter from John Bolt, Chief Financial Officer, CRCNA about the bi-vocational ministry gathering happening April 24-25 in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
In this webinar, Rev. Darren Roorda, Canadian Ministries Director of the Christian Reformed Church, discusses the vital link in church ministry between vision and giving.
The CRCNA’s Financial Shalom Project is creating a Directory of Financial Professionals as a resource for our pastors. Know any qualified financial planners, tax attorneys, or accountants we should add?
The Financial Shalom Project not only provides grants for pastors facing financial challenges (i.e. education costs), we also offer grants for pastors looking to sharpen personal financial skills. Apply today!
Nearly 1 in 4 pastors have struggled with mental illness. This guide provides guidelines and suggestions for pastors and for church councils or consistories.