CRC's Network site: There's a new way to connect with others in the CRC about church ministries. You can ask questions, share experiences, get resources, read blogs, and more. It's called The Network and it covers dozens of ministry areas and roles.
The Banner: Published monthly by the Christian Reformed Church in North America. The Banner magazine shows how the Christian faith in its Reformed expression makes sense for today’s world. We hope you’ll find our articles—from news to features to review—lively, informative, inspiring, and challenging.
Back to God Ministries International: ReFrame Media is BTGMI's new English language ministry. Through an expanding family of audio, video, print and Internet programming streams, ReFrame Media shows how God reveals, revives, and renews. When people discover God's story in their live, their world is reframed within the Gospel perspective. ReFrame Media's eight unique ministry resources reach people of all ages in various stages of their faith journey. Whether you are meeting Jesus for the first time, looking for ways to grow in faith, or desiring to disciple others, these resources can meet your needs and those of your church, friends, and family.
Kids Corner is the English language children's media ministry of the The Back to God Hour. Geared for children age 6—12, the weekly half-hour radio program and web site teach in a contemporary way, the wisdom and the truth of God to the issues and challenges that affect a child's life. Through audio drama and web resources, children are not only entertained, but are helped to develop an interest in the Bible and in becoming followers of Jesus. Our Mission: To present the Christian message to kids and their families in an entertaining way that promotes biblical literacy and understanding of the gospel, and calls for a response of faith and obedience.
Ministry to Seafarer's (Montreal)
The Ministry to Seafarers (M2S) is dedicated to caring for the needs of seafarers visiting the port of Montreal. Their mission is to share Jesus’ love by being an advocate for seafarers, and providing them a safe, relaxing place that they can call their home away from home.