In the first of the Church Now conversations, Ed Stetzer spoke about the church’s response to COVID-19 and the killing of George Floyd.
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Learn the painful history of this country, listen to the stories of injustice, and reflect what it means to live out the gospel in the current context.
Safe Church Ministries partnered with our Mennonite community in presenting a webinar on introducing the Circle of Grace curriculum to our church communities. Please enjoy experts from this webinar that focus on how to integrate COG into your church.
Safe Church has invited Yvonne Lammers and Patricia Van Reenan to lead us in a a discussion on how churches should respond to those with a criminal history in our church. Details below!
In a time of unfamiliarity, anxiety, and loss, Kevin Adams and Martin Tel share their wisdom and pastoral hearts for worshiping with the Psalms. Many great resources are suggested.
On Wed May 27 at 12 pm Eastern, Safe Church hosted a webinar with Chuck DeGroat, author of When Narcissism Comes to Church: Healing Your Community From Emotional and Spiritual Abuse.
A free webinar full of Lent worship planning ideas using the Lift Up Your Hearts Hymnal.
Safe Church will be hosting the first webinar in our new series ("Connect, Collaborate, and Coordinator to end abuse") on Wednesday, Jan 29 at 12 pm (EST). Join us!
This webinar deals with the theology and practice of the Lord’s Supper. What did the reformers say? Do we ‘remember’ or do we ‘celebrate’? How often?
Listen in as Phil Leo and Rev. Dave Den Haan talk about some of the thorny issues pastors are faced with when it comes to talking finances.
Check out this roundtable discussion with four CRC endorsed worship coaches on the topic of choosing music for worship.
Watch this recording of my Facebook live presentation about the variety of complimentary resources and services available to CRC churches from Barnabas Foundation.
In this webinar, Joy Engelsman explores the roles of mentoring and includes specific examples of coaching, teaching, and relationship building, especially as they connect to worship and the church.