Join us as women share stories of what has shaped us and freed us. We'll also reflect on how to bring our whole selves—bodies, intellects, and hearts—to bear.
When men and women desire to thrive in ministry, they must be intentional about serving together in life-giving ways.
Praise God for the 200+ participants who united in prayer for the U.S., Canada, and the world on the U.S. National Day of Prayer (May 7).
If you would like to create a culture of flourishing, where men and women are working in shared leadership roles, there are some gender dynamics we should consider.
Now is a good time to bow and join together in prayer. Read this shared message from Christianity Today.
Today I reflect on my thoughts from 10 years ago and my hope for racial-ethnic diversity in the CRCNA.
Leadership Diversity shares two stories about how daughters have been encouraged by their mothers in life changing ways.
I joined others to witness God's faithfulness through a series of events at a recent Witness for Women gathering in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It was an informative, engaging, and worshipful experience!
Is there a better way to communicate our need to hear from individuals and churches on Supporting Women and Ethnic Minority Leaders in the Pastoral Call Process?
Thank you, Staci, for everything!posted on: The 2020 National Day of Prayer
Thanks Staci!posted on: The Call to Courage
Hi Ken, thanks for your post. I look forward to seeing what we discover in 2020! Happy New Year to you!
It's sad that no one responded to this post. What does "no response" mean? Was there a better way to communicate our need to hear from individuals and churches on Supporting Women and Ethnic...
Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us. It's good to hear from you. Blessings,
Deniseposted on: Witness for Women Gathering in Edmonton, AB
Thank you for your patience. I was on vacation when I saw your posts. I hope the following is helpful.
The Women’s Ministry exists to support all women in the CRC, both non-ordained and...
Thank you for sharing this wonderful testimony of God's work through Johanna Veenstra, Mr. & Mrs. Ezepue and many others! The CRCNA Leadership Diversity ministry celebrates with you!posted on: The Future of Nigeria’s Women in Ministry
Thank you for your comment! I agree totally with your comment! I especially like "Because God has equipped people with different skills and opportunities, leadership can be...
Worshipful, Empowering, Convictingposted on: Inspire 2019 in Three Words
Does your church currently have a family leave policy in place? We would like to add to this post by including a couple examples from U.S. and Canadian churches. We are also looking for stories ...