Watch as Phil Leo and Nathan Rauh-Bieri discuss the possibilities and potential pitfalls of bivocational ministry.
When we have hard conversations, it's easy to get stuck. Good process can help keep groups focused on moving forward with the important stuff.
Making a difference in people’s lives is a big part of what motivates CRC pastors. What happens when a pandemic strikes and you begin to suspect you haven’t made much of a difference after all?
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?
In this book, you'll learn about narcissism and how it affects pastors and churches. You’ll likely learn some things about yourself as well.
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.
The Crossroads Discernment Toolkit equips churches for Spirit-led, group-engaged, mission-oriented discernment during seasons when hard questions about mission and identity need to be asked and answered.
Swiftly changing pandemic circumstances forced many CRC pastors into a pace of decision-making that stretched them out of their comfort zone. Here’s why that might be and what you might do about it.
In a season where distractions are everywhere for pastors and leaders, our need to practice the spiritual discipline of attentiveness is critical.
This article for pastors highlights how the denomination can help them discern their call and connect with ministry opportunities.