Ron Van Der Pol, a member of First Christian Reformed Church, Oostburg, Wis., has been included in the 2006 edition of
Not too many Christian Reformed church communities get to see the National Hockey League’s Stanley Cup up close and personal.
Entering Ordained Ministry
Two or three times each year, Christian Reformed churches send representatives to classis, a regional grouping of churches.
Two West Michigan Christian high schools captured state championships this spring.
When the annual Missionary Union Tour arrives at New Hope Community Christian Reformed Church, it’s not just another potluck supper
Dean Broersma and Herman teVelde, members of Sunnyside (Wash.) Christian Reformed Church, are working to keep orphans in Zambia in their
As Saigon fell 31 years ago, 57 Vietnamese orphans were evacuated from their war-ravaged country to start new lives in Canada.
If you’re a kid growing up in the heart of Jersey City, N.J., you usually just get to watch the rich and famous sailing only blocks
Rev. Mark Stephenson has been appointed director of Disability Concerns for the Christian Reformed Church in North America.
Protesters stormed the annual meeting of Citizens for Public Justice (CPJ) in Ottawa, forcing the Canadian Minister of Immigration and Ci
Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper praised Denver’s First Christian Reformed Church as a model for his 10-year plan to end homelessness
National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (NVOAD) has awarded Fred and Mary Visser its Award for Excellence.
To Georgetown Christian Reformed Church, Hudsonville, Mich., Rev. Mark Nelesen of Third CRC, Zeeland, Mich.
A new website specifically for Asian Christian Reformed churches is good news for Indonesian, Vietnamese, Laotian, Filipino, Hmong, and C
- Rev. Richard M. Hartwell Sr.
1926 – 2006
The Christian Reformed Church has an affiliation process, adopted in the mid-1980s, for congregations who wish to join the denomination.
Synod 2006 approved Today’s New International Version of the Bible (TNIV) for use in the Christian Reformed Church, but not withou
More people followed the deliberations of synod via the Internet this year than ever before.
After several hours of vigorous debate, Synod 2006 called on Christian Reformed churches and agencies to be agents of peace and shalom.
Synod approved the CRC Board of Trustees’ plan to support a healthy-churches initiative. The plan has two distinct parts.
Synod 2006 voted unanimously to appoint Rev. Gerard L.
Synod 2006 ratified the appointments of three denominational leaders who were appointed by the CRC’s Board of Trustees in the past
Synod 2006 approved a revised edition of the Ecumenical Charter that guides the CRC’s relationship with other denominations.