In the conversation about the church health, 22 key questions can provide lots of good information.
David Den Haan
I live in Jenison, Michigan, and have been a CRC pastor for almost twenty five years. I now work for Pastor Church Resources as a ministry consultant. My wife, Connie, and I have three grown children.
Conversation. Woodworking. Gardening.
A year ago, in a conversation with a regional pastor, I was led to think seriously again about pastors who experience significant loss while in ministry.
An elder's email question turns into a conversation at Pastor Church Resources about churches that receive new pastors.
“Where have all the young adults gone?” If you are a regional pastor, or a resource and friend to the pastors of your classis, this book has helpful insights on the young adults of our culture.
What happens when five pastors of established churches decide to get out of their offices?
Leaving congregational ministry after twenty three years led to two "Aha!" moments and an important reminder.
Here at Fairway CRC in Jenison, Michigan, we will hold a "Trunk or Treat" event on the Saturday prior to Halloween. On October 28 we'll have a couple dozen cars/pickup trucks lined up for kids--...posted on: What Does Your Church Do With Halloween?