For better or for worse, what’s done now will tell your story later. Will your legacy reflect your Kingdom calling. . . or will it be fit for the dogs?
I have observed a profound reluctance from pastors to routinely visit members of their church. I would welcome some responses from pastors.
Join us for a 1-hour roundtable exploring how the experience of dementia can be faith-formative, and for discussion on ministering to the person, the family, and the congregation.
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.
Leaving congregational ministry after twenty three years led to two "Aha!" moments and an important reminder.
Lottery records will keep shattering. Dreams about how to spend untold millions will continue to be spun by throngs. Does that mean the Church can’t grow believers who know better?
PreachingandWorship.org offers a wealth of resources for pastors, including brief but brilliant topical studies that will jump-start your sermon preparation.
Countless voices tell our children money makes the world go round. Parents must speak louder and say otherwise.
We hope your congregations are gearing up for Disability Awareness Sunday on October 21. Rev. Miriam Spies has offered a reflection based on the gospel lesson from Mark. We pray that your congregations are places where everybody belongs and everybody serves!