The Code of Conduct contains language that reminds us of who we are as Christians, and that we are called to treat others with love and respect.
As we close out 2020, the most unusual year of my lifetime, I’m reflecting on the fact that we as humans, though fearfully and wonderfully made, are still only, well—human.
CRCNA Executive Director Colin Watson reflects on the need for our denomination to renew our practice of prayer and other spiritual disciplines as we navigate today’s tumultuous times.
When the foundations are being destroyed, what can the righteous do?
White Americans often ask, “What’s the problem”? “Why do you make everything about race”? This is largely because they cannot see or feel the unseen world in which black people live.
As Reformed Christians, how do we define the boundary between work and ministry and non-work? Can this be done? Should it?
It doesn’t seem right when one of our churches can’t afford to fully use what is, essentially, their curriculum
You’ve probably heard the news that the CRC is launching a Digital Library exclusively for CRC churches and members. You may wonder, “How will the Digital Library benefit me and my church?” or “Why a digital library?”