The Code of Conduct contains language that reminds us of who we are as Christians, and that we are called to treat others with love and respect.
Please take time to read these encouraging reports and share in our gratitude to God for using the CRC to build his kingdom.
The CRCNA has nearly 200 congregations who worship in a language other than English. How can we best meet their needs and be in community together given the current limitation of our translations?
Every year, one fifth of Christian Reformed churches are invited to participate in the CRCNA denominational survey. If your church is invited to participate this year, here are some resources to encourage participation in your congregation.
The following reports (and executive summaries) to be addressed by Synod 2021 are now available: Committee to Articulate a Foundation-laying Biblical Theology of Human Sexuality, Ecclesiastical Marriage Task Force, and Study of Bivocationality Task Force.
I have strong beliefs about many of the issues addressed in the study report. I assume you do, too. What can it look like, practically, to live into Paul’s instructions to a church divided this way?
Highlights from the October 14 to 16 Council of Delegates meeting.
How Christians should regard same-sex marriage is a significant conversation for the CRCNA, and it is a conversation with a lot of history already. Here I share some of that history.
These membership definitions help explain what information is being collected on the annual Yearbook questionnaire's Church Membership section.
A 2020 update on the ongoing development of the abuse of power training for pastors in the Christian Reformed Church.
This article includes an update of the actions that have taken place in response to the adoptions made at Synod 2019 regarding the Abuse of Power Report.
A 2020 update on the ongoing development of the Code of Conduct for Ministry Leaders in the Christian Reformed Church.