The Christian Reformed Church’s Council of Delegates has decided on the mandate and membership requirements for a new committee to guide the work of the Office of Social Justice.
The CRC’s Council of Delegates discussed why the pay scale for Canadian employees is less than that for American employees.
Ministry shares are both the jewel of denominational fundraising and the wild card of denominational budgeting. The Christian Reformed Church’s Council of Delegates are recommending some changes.
When Winnie Muchuba was invited to be part of a Catholic refugee center's pilgrimage to Rome, her worshiping community at Jubilee Fellowship Christian Reformed Church in St. Catharines, Ont., rejoiced with her and prayed for her on her way.
London, Ont. church Sanctuary London, which partners with Christian Reformed congregation Talbot Street Church, welcomed 11 mayoral candidates to its regular Wednesday supper to explore how politics and poverty intersect.
Eugene Peterson, the bestselling author of “The Message” and longtime pastor is receiving palliative medical care after a turn in his health last week.
Sioux Center Christian School, Dordt College, and Bethesda Christian Counseling hosted a two-day conference focused on healing together from the aftereffects of abuse.
Maranatha Christian Reformed Church in Belleville, Ont., hosted its annual Thanksgiving dinner on Monday, the Canadian holiday. Some of the 320 guests arrived by free bus shuttle.
In Willmar, Minn., a pastor called to preach the gospel to people lost in addiction and pain is finding support from the surrounding Christian Reformed community.
Working toward a culture that makes abuse prevention and response a priority, leaders in safe church ministry in the Christian Reformed Church discuss what we can learn from the experiences and reactions of other Christian ministries.
First Christian Reformed Church in Oostburg, Wisc., recognized God’s faithfulness over its 150-year history with three special events.
A new effort to bridge the generation gap connects young people with older adults to tackle problems they care about. Two Christian Reformed churches are seeing results.
This past summer, a newly planted Christian Reformed Church in North Oshawa, Ont., heard the words most churches hope for: its presence in the public square was welcomed and appreciated.
In Virginia, members of Grace Christian Reformed Church started their own home-based youth group as a service to their son’s soccer team. The group boosted the church’s contingent to a SERVE trip this summer and continues to bless its community.
First Christian Reformed Church in Fremont, Mich., has been part of the fun in community harvest days with sculpted hay art displays for the last four years.
Steadfastly committed to his lifelong calling of preaching, prayer, and pastoral care, Ken Koeman died peacefully on August 8, after a brief illness. He was 75.
Skilled volunteers from a wide region of established churches lent their time and expertise to prepare an old building for its new worshiping community in the heart of the University of Washington.
In 1993, Nick Hengeveld never thought that his early tests on an online gateway would become the most visited Christian website.
Bill Kooienga, a warm, kind, gentle, thoughtful, joy-filled man of God, and a pastor in the Christian Reformed Church for 38 years, passed away peacefully on July 12. He was 82.
The latest statement from Christian Reformed ministry directors calls on U.S. government leaders to halt cuts to refugee resettlement and increase the number of refugees allowed into the U.S. in 2019
“This is a great opportunity for us to provide sanctuary and a place of peace for people in distress,” said Smithers (B.C.) Christian Reformed Church director of church life Stacey Stolte.
Bert Den Herder, having ministered in Christian Reformed churches from 1955 to 1989, died on June 30 at the age of 94.
Ralph Bronkema, church planter, chaplain, pastor, passed away on July 30. He was 88.
Ralph Baker, who served with Christian Reformed World Missions among the Tiv people in Nigeria for 35 years, died on June 29 at the age of 94.