Recently, the Canadian Council of Churches (CCC) adopted a Principles of Peace document that you might find useful. The CCC is an ecumenical body that represents 25 denominations of Anglican, Evangelical, Free Church, Eastern Orthodox and Oriental Orthodox, Protestant, and Catholic traditions, including the Christian Reformed Church in North America. Together the CCC represents more than 85% of the Christians in Canada.
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If we’re going to think faithfully about immigration and immigrants, it’s important that we share an understanding of how immigration works today. This fact sheet provides basic information about how the U.S. legal immigration system is designed.
This helpful brochure from Faith Formation Ministries explores how children and teens of different ages experience God and grow in faith. A great resource for pastors, youth workers, teachers, and parents.
According to 1 Timothy 3:2, anyone who aspires to the office of overseer in the church should be able to teach. John Piper identifies eight traits of good teaching that can provide a focus for developing this biblically mandated skill in our church leaders.
The Christian Reformed Church in North America has partnered with Buiten & Associates, LLC to create a National Insurance Program available to all CRC members in the United States. The purpose of this nationally endorsed relationship is to provide excellent property and liability insurance coverage with significant premium discounts for its members.
This 2-page guide with the heavy title, "Autism Spectrum Disorders [ASD]: Supportive Strategies for Crisis Prevention," presents a positive strategy and practical ideas for teachers and applies easily to including kids with ASD in Sunday School, GEMS, Cadets, youth group and other church activities.
This is a two-page fact sheet that gives suggestions to people with disabilities and their families in finding an inclusive place to worship, and in making good use of all the resources that may be available there.
The goal of a classis Safe Church Team is to help each congregation build and sustain healthy interactions between church leaders and those who participate in church programs or worship at the church.