Roger Bouma, a retired chaplain, is seeking to build a PTSD ministry.
The CRC recently sponsored a journey for nearly 50 people to civil rights locations in the U.S. South.
Responding to changes in the Church Order, a handbook for Commissioned Pastors and a document clarifying the paths to ordination have been updated and are now available.
Resonate Global Mission missionaries Charles and Hensel Oh in the Philippines have started a taco shop ministry.
RCA and CRC members came together for a one-day conference on supporting people with mental-health challenges.
Spark!2019 is a learning and encouragement opportunity for Christian Reformed people in Canada’s maritime provinces.
Resonate Global Mission has begun a program to help prevent burn-out among church planters.
Twenty-six Korean pastors from southern California spent time in Baja California, Mexico, renewing themselves and building friendships.
Several CRCNA leaders are adding their voices to the ongoing conversation about climate change and a Christian response to it.
Former NFL star Tim Tebow spoke at Calvin University last week as part of the second Global Congress on Sport and Christianity.
Maclean’s magazine released a list of the 100 best charities in Canada. World Renew was one of them.
Glen Bloem is retiring after 23 years of serving Classis Atlantic Northeast as treasurer.
A church plant in British Columbia seeks to change the stigma around mental health issues in the church.
CRC leaders in the Discipleship Lab, part of the Center for Church Renewal, are hoping to see a growing movement, among both pastors and members, of disciples making disciples.
The Christian church in India is growing one word at a time.
Oct. 10, 2019, marked the end of an era for churches in the northwestern United States, and it signaled something new for Classis Pacific Northwest and the new Classis North Cascades.
The advisory board for the RCA and CRCNA’s “third space” has appointed Larry Doornbos to be director of efforts to match churches to renewal pathways.
After a mass shooting in El Paso, Texas, World Renew Disaster Response Services volunteers made repairs at a respite center, providing greater security for asylum seekers.
Through a Finances for the Kingdom course, a Nicaraguan pastor learned what it meant to surrender his finances to God.
The CRCNA has 26 congregations with connections to Southeast Asia and Pacific Island countries. They are all receiving a visit this year.
The Council of Delegates of the CRCNA approved a renovation project and potential land sale at the Grand Rapids, Mich., facilities.
Jeremy Benjamin spent 14 months touring across Canada. An album, including voices he recorded from this trip, is now available.
Pastors from across North America gathered for the first-ever Christian Reformed pastors conference in Calgary, Alta.
The 2020 edition of Calvin University’s January Series features New York Times best-selling authors, Billboard-topping musicians, and a 41-year veteran of the White House press corps.