Women clergy and seminarians respond to an invitation to a gathering in the Grand Rapids denominational office. Twenty women showed up ready to receive from each other and the Holy Spirit.
At Synod 2017 we had our first Women in Leadership Forum and Prayer Gathering. What do you suggest as an effort to keep the momentum going strong?
Pat Gelsinger, CEO of Vmware, identifies three mentoring relationships that were crucial to the success of his career. What do you like most about Gelsinger's types? In what ways do you relate to these types in your own life?
We will bow our hearts in prayer on December 5 (time to be announced) in a conference call, as the Black and Reformed Leadership Network continues to unite, minister and grow in our calling.
If you've read Canoeing the Mountains, what was your top takeaway?
I was organizing my basement recently and came across the following prayer that has meant so much to me in my spiritual journey. Perhaps it will encourage those who are wondering about the road ahead.
Rev. Elaine May, senior pastor of Mayfair Church in Grand Rapids, MI, was the first to register for the SheLeads Conference to be held at Calvin Theological Seminary. Find out why she's going and join her!
The Reformed Leadership Initiative team has created a project brief with highlights of the project, guiding principles, our vision for the next generation of leadership, and key learnings for the future.
At this year’s synod, a group of 35 women from churches and ministries in Canada and the U.S. gathered for dinner for our first Women in Leadership forum. I was surprised when we ran out of chairs!
Rev. Dr. Eugene Callender left a lasting legacy of evangelism, social justice, and imparting wisdom to African American leaders in the CRC. Frankly speaking, I'm able to serve in the CRC because of leaders like Dr. Callender.
This lovely picture was taken at Calvin Seminary in 2016!
Thank you for your encouragement, suggestions via emails and phone calls. The planning team met on Tuesday, Feb. 13. Plans are underway for an exciting, encouraging and energizing Women in...posted on: Women in Leadership at Synod 2018
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Thanks for taking time to give comments. It was good to meet you last year at our first Women in Leadership gathering!
I appreciate the time and effort of First CRC of...posted on: Women in Leadership at Synod 2018
In this morning's quiet time, I used Canoeing the Mountain as a resource for prayer. I found this quote on p. 71 and it spoke to my desire, "...remember again that the goal of the expedition was...posted on: 'Canoeing the Mountains' Top Takeaway?
Thanks for taking time to make comments on Kneeling in Prayer. During our time in prayer we prayed for our churches, communities and denomination as we serve together in...posted on: Kneeling in Prayer
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I would like to thank Rev. Kathy Smith, Adjunct Professor of Church Polity, Calvin Theological Seminary, for providing the response to your inquiry. She is quite knowledgeable about...
Bonnie, thanks for participating! I also like this quote. As we're making plans and shaping a ministry for leadership development: Women's and Racial Ethnic Ministry, we'll be reaching to the...posted on: 'Canoeing the Mountains' Top Takeaway?