Ministry leaders and volunteers agree to adhere to these standards. When these standards are violated they submit to correction and, if warranted, removal from leadership or service in that ministry.
Finding it challenging to come up with ways to include children? Here are some ideas to help.
In my tradition, twice was the norm. Growing up in the Christian Reformed Church, attending church twice every Sunday was a non-negotiable, a near creational given. ”Oncers” were deemed on a slippery slope to perdition, an accommodation to the ease of culture and all its entertainments ...
A book review on Preaching with Conviction: Connecting with Postmodern Listeners by Kenton C. Anderson.
Here is a summary of the three main ways the CRCNA supports search committees.
This article for pastors highlights how the denomination can help them discern their call and connect with ministry opportunities.
Nearly 1 in 4 pastors have struggled with mental illness. This guide provides guidelines and suggestions for pastors and for church councils or consistories.
This is a practical tool for mentors (experienced pastors) and mentees (pastors new to ministry). It covers a wide variety of topics which pastors will generally encounter during their first several years of ministry. Each module/topic has discussion questions and a resource list.