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.
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In a season where distractions are everywhere for pastors and leaders, our need to practice the spiritual discipline of attentiveness is critical.
Samuel was a prime biblical example of a man of integrity. He led the nation of Israel without ever compromising his integrity. Why does it seem to be more difficult for us?
Memo to pastors who lead teams: those dedicated people who serve on your church staff are not just there to help YOU succeed!
Everyone on your staff loves Jesus and feels called to ministry. So why is your team experience so uninspiring?
After 5 minutes of reading, my ministry paradigm was shattered. Transformation flows from long term relationships and processes.
Church leaders have decisions to make during COVID-19. Decision-making requires courage and humility—both, and at the same time.
Racism may not be the original sin but it is pretty close to the root. In this article, Rev Harold Caicedo sees the Gospel as an anti-racism response that tears down the dividing walls of racism.
Cuando la denominación abre las puertas a los grupos étnicos (minoritarios), no solamente abre las puertas a las personas, abre las puertas a sus problemas. Entonces ya no se puede decir: son tus problemas.
In times of trauma, people look to their spiritual leaders for care and support. The more pain spiritual leaders encounter, the more they pour themselves into ministry and the less they pay attention to their own well-being.
In this short interview, Dr. Steve Timmermans, Executive Director of the CRCNA, reflects on the refocused expectations of deacons laid out by Synod 2015.