Often, others have read the same books or lived similar experiences, but have drawn different conclusions. This can feel challenging when we are in discussion, but it’s a good learning opportunity.
I recently attended a harvest festival and pow wow in southern Ontario. It was the third pow wow I've been to in my life. All three have been beautiful, and have left me reflecting on the culture and experiences of First Nations people.
Here are ten of my top blessings from Inspire 2017, which happened last week in Detroit, MI. What are some of the blessings you experienced at Inspire?
“There’s no single way to do intergenerational engagement. There’s no hard and fast rule or one silver bullet. It’s all about experimentation and failure, even,” says Amanda Bakale, a pastor at Community CRC in Kitchener, ON.
Do you have photos of your church living out its mission as a family of believers? Share them with your wider Christian Reformed Church family!
Planning offerings for the coming year? Use this online (or printable) calendar to help plan the offering schedule for your church.
Is your church livestreaming or posting video of your services? Add your church to the list here! Looking for a service, or not sure if your church is on the list already? Here's the list.
Is He Worthy? by Andrew Peterson
Awesome God by Rich Mullinsposted on: Worship Songs: Current Favorites?
I don't know if these qualify as podcasts, but I like to listen to the posted sermons from my friends' church in Australia, Maitland Presbyterian Church.
This event has been prayed over a lot! I'm excited to see how God will work in response.
When one looks at an intricately crafted piece of jewelry, one knows there is a jeweler who crafted it. When one looks at the world in all its diversity and balance, one knows there must be a...posted on: Slogan-eering for Life