Leadership

It’s not your standard leadership training program. In the words of Al Hassler, an elder at Rockhills Church (RCA) in San Antonio, Texas, it’s “organic.”

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Native American leaders in the Heartland receive training to serve in churches through a partnership with the Christian Reformed Church in North America.

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What better place to explore a biblical connection to identity than in the land where the Israelites wrestled with it? That’s what intergenerational mentoring pairs did this summer.

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As Bruce and Laurie Hawley retire, hybrid disaster response sites build on their work.

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By teaching youth to farm, bake, and sell their wares, New City Neighbors equips them to change Grand Rapids.

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While walking the streets of her neighborhood, Anna Jackson noticed things she hadn’t before. What she saw led her congregation to make some changes.

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Keith Clapp really deepened his faith in the last year. The catalyst? A survey he took online. “It’s changed my life completely,” he says.

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Church leaders gathered to challenge their own—and each other’s—assumptions about race and culture. 

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In 2011, Riverside Reformed Church’s building was falling apart—and so was the church’s membership. It’s now experiencing new life.

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When Ryan Bajema started working as director of youth ministries at First Reformed Church in Lynden, Washington, he never imagined he’d one day become the senior pastor.

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