The Council of Delegates of the Christian Reformed Church in North America met at Mountainview CRC in Grimsby, Ont. on May 2-3, 2019. Here are a few highlights from that meeting.
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The Council of Delegates of the Christian Reformed Church in North America met in Grand Rapids, Michigan from February 21-22, 2019. Here are some highlights of that meeting.
The Council of Delegates of the Christian Reformed Church in North America met in Elmhurst, Illinois from October 11-12, 2018. Here are some highlights of that meeting.
The fifth issue of Living the Call focused on Servant Leadership. Look inside for updates from Pastor Church Resources, Chaplaincy and Care Ministry, and the Candidacy Committee, as well as tools for recruiting, training, and equipping ministry leaders.
Look inside the third issue of Living the Call for updates from Worship Ministries, Calvin Theological Seminary, and the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship, as well as tools for your congregation's worship committee.
Look inside for an update from World Renew, Disability Concerns, the Office of Race Relations, the Office of Social Justice, Safe Church Ministry, the Centre for Public Dialogue, and the Canadian Aboriginal Ministries Committee.
This is the first issue of Living the Call, a new newsletter produced by the CRCNA. This newsletter was formerly called the Quarterly Ministry Report and gives a brief overview of the work of the Christian Reformed Church.
The Commission delivered these 94 Calls to Action in 2015, calling various actors in society, including churches and religious denominations, to action in response to the findings of the Commission.
At the Cross-Cultural Ministry Forum of the Christian Reformed Church in North America, 60 believers explored how to faithfully live, worship, and bring the gospel of Christ in diverse cultural settings.
Here are the highlights from the CRC Council of Delegates meeting on October 11-13, 2017 in Grand Rapids, MI.
The troubling reality is that pornography, shown to be damaging to children, remains a pervasive problem easily accessible to children — even through supposedly safe education resources like EBSCO.