A variety of participants recently gathered for a conversation about Dementia and Alzheimer's in the context of ministry and its impact on all of our churches. Here are some notes and resources from the conversation!
Pastor Church Resources
When you become a minister in the CRC, whether through ordination or transfer, we want you to travel through your first five years of ministry with an experienced minister at your side. Here is a ministry description for that relationship.
This guide emerges from a renewal-orientation for church visiting and features the executive version of the survey used in the Healthy Church Discernment Process. Discover this coaching and encouraging approach!
Peer Learning Grants enable CRC pastors to gather for support, learning, encouragement and prayer over a period of about a year. If you're looking to foster health in your ministry, life and relationships and nurture your wellbeing, check out the application form and overview document.
If you're looking to nurture your life with God, check out the Pastors' Spiritual Vitality Toolkit.
Being a pastor's wife isn't easy. The Clergy Care Network for Pastors' Wives has resources that will inspire, comfort, and strengthen.
In this insightful article, Laurie Carnright Edwards reflects on the “unexpected blessings” of her role as a pastor’s wife — a role she once swore she’d never have.
Be encouraged by the stories of three pastors' wives who share a common bond in the joys and challenges of being married to a pastor.