Top 2013 blog posts on The Network include one on how much we should give to support our church, the love/hate relationship many of us have with the church bulletin, and what roles do pastors, elders and deacons play.
I work for the CRC's Communication office as the Online Community and Content Manager. The majority of my role will be right here on The Network with some work with The Banner and social media in general. So I guess my role is to highlight CRCNA content FTW (Facebook, Twitter and Web). I grew up in Chicago, IL (Go Bears) and but now live in West Michigan. My wife Kelley and I have two children: Javen (6) and Kendall (3).
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To mark the 450th anniversary of the Heidelberg Catechism, both the Christian Reformed Church (CRC) and Reformed Church in America (RCA) are asking members of their denominations to recite Q&A 1 during worship services on Sunday, Sept. 15.
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And then there were 15. We are excited to announce a new network, our fifteenth (15th) network to be exact. Quick, without looking how many networks can you name?
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Whether you’re a deacon, small group leader, webmaster, nursery coordinator, or volunteer for any other ministry in your church, The Network is a place to learn, share, and connect with others who do what you do. Here are two key ways to plug into The Network...
Hello my name is Jonathan and I am the Community and Content Manager for The Network. While reading some recent comments we want to remind all of our Network users about our Comment Guidelines....posted on: Post Baptismal Use of Waters of Baptism?
Anton, It is not appropriate to for Network users to be snarky to one another. I am sorry if you have expeirenced that on The Nettwork. One of our comment guidelines states that comments should be...
Thank you for sharing this Karl. Blessings.
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Thanks for sharing this story Kevin. I appreciate the efforts of worship leaders who help usher congregations into the presence of the Great Physician.posted on: Practicing Medicine
Thanks Shane for this post. The Network is a community and we love hearing from everyone. So if you are logged in and you have an idea send to Shane don't hesitate.
You can also send us...posted on: Youth Ministry Network Contributions?
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Should ministers (who are essentially "paid employees" of the church) chair council meetings or be members of the council? It still may not have...posted on: Do Ministers Vote in Council Meetings?
I have to admit as a congregant I more relaxed in regular attenance during the summer months. Part of it is vacations, part of it is that the children's services are on summer break and part of...posted on: Summertime Worship Experiences
Our church celebrates the Lord's Supper once a month and it's something I look forward to. I also appreciate the how on many occasions serving the Lord's Supper is connected to the rest of the...posted on: Hungry
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Thanks for referencing and sharing to the "Welcome to Holland" story. I feel I have gained some insight.posted on: Platitudes: Translated