I wince every time I read a list of high-risk places to avoid during the pandemic. “Places of worship” is usually near the top of the list. Ouch! The story usually goes on. . .
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This post focuses on entering Canada to accept a call to a Canadian church when the pastor is a Canadian citizen but their spouse/family is not.
A conversation with non-Canadian pastors who have accepted calls to Canadian Christian Reformed Churches, sharing experiences about the logistics of entering and staying in Canada as a pastor.
We’ve curated a list of excellent reopening resources for churches to help you navigate both the practical and theological aspects of beginning to gather in person again.
As regions across the US and Canada begin reopening, what leadership challenges are pastors and councils engaging?
Finding it challenging to come up with ways to include children? Here are some ideas to help.
If your congregation is gathering online for worship and you're looking for ways to include children, use these ideas for inspiration.
COVID-19 brings special challenges to pastors. Here's how pastors can take care of themselves while trying to face them.
Focusing our ministry attention on young adults has been a popular topic of conversation recently. But as someone who has been engaged in ministry with children for over 30 years, I’m concerned that we’re skipping over a generation.
Be encouraged by the stories of three pastors' wives who share a common bond in the joys and challenges of being married to a pastor.
In his challenging article "Why Expository Preaching is the Power for Pastoral Ministry" Michael Milton demonstrates from the Scripture eight benefits of constant, consistent and careful opening of God's Word.
What does it look like for a seminary to be welcoming and inclusive for people with disabilities? In what ways can we equip pastors, theologians, missionaries and psychologists to be more sensitive to the issues surrounding disabilities?