July 1, 2004 – June 30, 2005
The Office of Social Justice and Hunger Action (OSJHA) responds to God’s call to let justice flow like a river in our personal and
Christian Reformed congregations and pastors continue to face challenges as they carry on ministry in a changing culture.
The Foundation of the Christian Reformed Church and the CRC-Canada Foundation provide an avenue for gifts and bequests in support of the
The Christian Reformed Church Loan Fund was established by synod in 1983 for the benefit of Christian Reformed churches in the United Sta
The Christian Reformed Church is one church in two nations.
Disability Concerns is mandated by synod to facilitate the full participation of people with disabilities in church life.
Abuse Prevention’s mission is threefold: (1) to create awareness of various forms of abuse against persons of all ages, (2) to help
The church calls chaplains to extend the ministry of Christ to people in institutional and specialized settings such as universities and
The Denominational Office oversees the work of Christian Reformed agencies and provides funds for synodical expenses and offices, the Boa
Is mission work still needed? Consider this: Of the world’s six billion-plus people, nearly 4.5 billion are not Christian.
Christian Reformed Home Missions exists to serve the churches, ministries, and members of the Christian Reformed Church in North America
The Christian Reformed World Relief Committee (CRWRC) is the relief and development arm of the Christian Reformed Church.
CRC Publications is the publishing ministry of the Christian Reformed Church.
Calvin College, one of the largest Christian colleges in North America, is internationally recognized as a center of faith-anchored liber
The Back to God Hour (BTGH) is the worldwide electronic media ministry of the Christian Reformed Church.
Q. Why do we pay ministry shares, and how is that money used?
Only a few weeks ago I wrote my final contribution to these pages as an employee of the denomination—or at least I thought so at th
Imagine a major national television network that features a prime-time gospel presentation every week. Unbelievable? Nope.
I recently traveled with CRWRC worker Ary Vreeken from Niamey, Niger, to a village called Bangiri about two hours away.
Why don’t you do a story about a boy who is blind?”
You’re gonna be okay.”
A dear person in your congregation is diagnosed with cancer. Another is going through a divorce.