Here is a summary of the three main ways the CRCNA supports search committees.
A conversation with an active Christian Reformed minister about addiction, grace, and how the pressure of life and leadership in COVID makes this the "perfect" time for a problem to come up.
Dear Pastor, in this moment of widespread loss and grief, could an hour of you talking honestly with your therapist help your congregation more than an hour of you refining your sermon on lament?
A pastor and a professor encourage ministry leaders to embrace the grief work they may be tempted to neglect. They explain why good grief will help you, your congregation and your theology.
Here are some things church leaders may want to consider in the new season of partially-gathered church.
As regions across the US and Canada begin reopening, what leadership challenges are pastors and councils engaging?
How a 20-minute group activity can build trust, clarify issues, and unlock creativity.
On May 20, Pastor Church Resources convened a panel not about the logistics of reopening but about the practices and postures that help congregations engage challenging conversations in hopeful ways.
Grief work that is neglected has a tendency to resurface in harmful ways. How can Christians leverage the resources of our faith to grieve the ambiguous and real losses that have accompanied COVID-19?
Many churches without permanent pastors are coping quite well during the pandemic. Here are four priorities and one virtue exhibited by the churches coping best.