Participatory hope cultivates practices for future outcomes. Such participatory hope lives in our CRC campus ministries as they provide spiritual care and so much more.
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?
Studies like Renegotiating Faith encourage congregations and mentors to be more intentional about connecting students to new networks at a time when they’re open to those connection points. Here are five ideas to consider.
As part of a covenant promise-keeping body of believers, how can a student’s church family help support their launch? Let's look at a CRC church in Barrie, Ontario, for some good ideas.
Is your youth group or school group looking for a missions opportunity? World Renew's Global Volunteer Program offers short-term volunteer opportunities year-round.
The TOGETHER curriculum is suitable for those who live with special needs and those who don’t. And the best part is you don’t have to split these students up, as is so often the case in the teen and early adult years. Neat, eh?
Did you listen to Pastor Mary's talk on the topic of millennials and the church yesterday? What were some of your top takeaways?