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Check out the Chaplaincy and Care 2020 ministry report presented to the Canadian Ministries Team, along with the 2020 Report to Synod.
Chaplains encounter crisis and trauma on a regular basis in their ministries. Check out some of the key takeaways and resources shared in our December meeting.
Check out these 30 ideas for recruiting new volunteers as well as for calling, keeping, and celebrating your current volunteers!
In Sunday school, we want to create an environment where everybody belongs and everybody learns and grows together. What does that mean for kids with visual impairments? Check out these helpful ideas from Sister Barbara Cline, the Director of the Office of Faith Formation for the Catholic Diocese of Grand Rapids.
I wanted to share my experience as a new Classis Coordinator in Classis Hamilton. I'm curious, what has your experience been? What can we learn from each other?
Trinity CRC has just completed a whole new curriculum for non-English speakers! The beauty of this curriculum is that it provides a unique relationship building approach to teaching English.
Safe Church highlights resources for Youth Ministry, Social Media, and Online Streaming.
Looking for a way to celebrate the CRC's All Nation's Heritage Week? Why not sign up to be a host site for the 2nd Annual Racial Justice Film Week? We have suggested movies and a film kit for each one.
In this article, we offers tips and resources for providing the same information that sighted people benefit from to those with visual impairments.
Many churches are now dealing with the reality of losing the Millennial Generation for good. If that seems unacceptable to you and your church, then there may be some options to help your church become more relevant to this tough-to-define audience. But be warned, this webinar is not for the faint of heart.
With the increased movement of people around the world, it’s becoming more and more likely that students in academic classrooms or church groups will have lived in more than one country during their lifetimes. Like any student, TCKs are individuals with unique characteristics and learning styles, but there are a few general characteristics to keep in mind.