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This litany consists of scripture readings, responsive readings, and a prayer that can be used or adapted for a mission-themed worship service.
When COVID hit, canceling tours and trips, ministries around the world wondered the impact on partnerships. Much to our surprise, these relationships not only survived but thrived.
So often we think that to be in the middle means to be moderate, or that in order to mediate, we need to soften our beliefs. That is not my experience.
A group of CRCNA agencies is collaborating to expose the hidden crisis of gender-based violence (GVB). Find resources and join us for 16 days of activism!
Many people in our churches and communities understand the darkness, especially this year. What are some practical ways churches can shine the Light of Christ with our neighbors this year?
Spread the hope of Jesus this Christmas, even during a pandemic.
What does it mean to be a witness for Christ? We'll explore that question in a week-long devotional that's free for you, your family, your small group, your church, and anyone else interested in joining God on mission.
Do you want your church to connect with your neighborhood and reach new people? Here are two learning opportunities to help you do this in our current context.
Pastor Kyle Brooks shares 5 tips to help believers and churches continue to respond to the coronavirus pandemic and its aftermath, even after churches can gather in-person again.
I interviewed an Alberta emergency room physician, an emergency room nurse, a unit nurse, and a primary-care paramedic. Here's what I found.
An encouragement to pray for our Muslim neighbor during Ramadan.
Because of COVID-19, many Resonate missionaries aren’t able to visit churches as planned. But thanks to technology, you can still stay in touch. Here are some ideas and tips for conducting Re-Connect online.
College and university students experienced an abrupt end to their semesters, or are trying to continue their studies online. What does it look like to care for them during the uncertainty of the coronavirus?