Every year, one fifth of Christian Reformed churches are invited to participate in the CRCNA denominational survey. If your church is invited to participate this year, here are some resources to encourage participation in your congregation.
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This article outlines the role of the church advocate and provides the steps from considering being a church advocate to working within the role.
Regional Advocates are invaluable to our work in Disability Concerns. Interested in learning more about the role? This roadmap should provide you with the answers!
Are we making space in our churches for necessary conversations about mental health? This resource, designed with small groups in mind, will help break the silence around mental health.
Our friends over at the RCA have gathered a number of videos, podcasts, articles, books and other resources about lament to help guide you and your congregations during this COVID-19 time.
Is your church discussing how and when to reopen in-person children's ministry? Find resources including an online roundtable, questions to consider, and people to contact.
As our communities begin to think about the gradual reopening of businesses, parks, and services, it's important that church leaders also carefully consider what your congregation will do as these restrictions are lifted.
Every church should be a place where everyone belongs and everyone serves, but often people with disabilities are inadvertently overlooked and not able to participate fully in the life of the church.
This document offers guidelines for planning meetings and events to ensure that all participants with visual impairments can participate fully and safely.
This article identifies several disempowering attitudes that create a lack of trust in the church of people who are blind or have low vision.
In this article, we offers tips and resources for providing the same information that sighted people benefit from to those with visual impairments.
This article addresses socializing issues for people who are blind or have low vision. It's presented in a format that names six common challenges and offers solutions for each one.
Encouragement for churches to think more deeply about worship as we move through various phases of this pandemic.