Here are stories of how two churches prioritized the goal of including children in Sunday morning worship and got creative in this uncertain time.
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How does the church flourish in the context of a creator economy? It engages in creative experimentation, listening to the Holy Spirit’s leading while launching trial and error initiatives.
Disability Concerns hosted their first fully online Leadership Training event this year! It was a very successful event that focused on the theme of agility.
This morning I saw how the NBA is handling the shooting of Jacob Blake by refusing to play and go on as if all is normal. I thought, “The NBA is better at lament than we are.”
Designed to equip churches for Spirit-led, group-engaged, mission-oriented discernment, the Crossroads Discernment Toolkit was birthed out of a unique collaboration between Resonate Global Mission and the CRCNA's Pastor Church Resources.
Heartfelt longing to gather with fellow believers...
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?
When the foundations are being destroyed, what can the righteous do?
Could it be that without confession there can't really be deep renewal?
The recent resignation of Pastor John Ortberg is yet another reminder that our churches have a great deal of work to do in the area of abuse prevention.
One of the most powerful tools churches have for finding their next pastor is the Church Positions page at network.crcna.org. The key to making the most of this tool is carefully creating an effective post.
This post is a poetic attempt to tackle the huge issue of systemic racism and my experience with it.
How the Church reacts to COVID-19 and to the rising tide of justice issues will have a significant shaping influence on her future in the United States for years to come (for good or for bad).