Faith Alive introduces Dwell Flex: 36 simple, stand-alone Dwell sessions for use in a variety of situations and across multiple age groups to help make lesson planning a little easier for Children's ministries as they navigate through these uncertain times.
Collaboration can be a doorway to hopefulness when individuals or congregations find themselves stuck.
Social distancing has not stopped many of us from speaking out for an end to the killing of unarmed black men and women by police. Did you know that 30 to 80 percent of those killed have been persons with some type of disability?
At the beginning of COVID-19, Andy Crouch wrote about churches preparing for a blizzard, winter, and a mini ice age. Here's a tool to help churches be ready.
In the conversation about the church health, 22 key questions can provide lots of good information.
Are you talking about refugee justice with kids at church or at home? Here are a few ideas from the Canadian context to get you started.
What does our response to the words of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez say about us? Is this OK?
I'm deeply worried that online worship will be reduced to passive worship rather than active worship through the participation of worshipers.
Aimee Byrd's recent book on recovering from Biblical manhood and womanhood takes on gender stereotypes in the church.
As we anticipate society “going back to normal,” I encourage you to consider what ways your church has shown resilience. In what ways are you healthier because of how you adapted?
How have you been coping with the changes brought about by COVID?
It's a muddy time and we should just name it and let go of that image of running fast or any false gods of productivity that we carry.
This FREE resource will help you easily adapt any DWELL session to a simple outline that can be used in a variety of settings.
On August 16, 2020 we invite all congregations to participate in CRCNA Day of Justice as part of communal praying and crying out to God together.
Kristin Kobes Du Mez's book Jesus and John Wayne helps evangelicals to see their family story.
Here’s the story behind Dwell Digital and the plans to assist churches in the immediate future.
30 years ago today, the US adopted landmark civil rights legislation called the Americans with Disabilities Act. The worst barriers faced by people with disabilities usually result from attitudes and environments that we all create and could change.
Stewardship is the faithful management of all that God has entrusted to us so that creation and all who live in it may flourish.
Fruit of the Spirit, composed and recorded by Glen Foster, a CRC member in Nanaimo, BC Canada. Sheet music and lead sheet are available here for use at no charge.
The CRC Office of Social Justice has worship materials to help your church honor Sanctity of Human Life Sunday on January 17, 2021.