The Table

  • Pew or Canoe: The Unexpected Turn

    by Gary Burge In 2007, Chicago Tribune columnist Ross Werland raised a provocative rhetorical question in the title of an editorial: “A pew ...

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  • Called To Serve And Lead Well With Different Ethnicities

    by Denise Posie My desire to serve different ethnicities in affirming, supporting,and celebrating our identity, calling, and giftedness goe...

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  • Millennials Want A Church That Talks About These Three Things

    by Mary Hulst As a university pastor working with many young adults, I’ve heard a consistent message from rising generations in the Church: ...

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  • Women In Office: What Is the CRCNA Position, How Did We Get Here, & What Does It Mean?

    by John Cooper, Professor of Philosophical Theology Emeritus This article appears in the Summer 2021 edition of the Calvin Seminary Forum ...

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  • Partners in the Gospel: Joan Flikkema

    This article appears in the Summer 2021 edition of the Calvin Seminary Forum In the kingdom of God, there are secret agents—those working b...

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  • Following Step By Step

    Interview with Mary VandenBerg This article appears in the Summer 2021 edition of the Calvin Seminary Forum Mary VandenBerg is a Professor...

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  • The Impact of the Pandemic on Mothers --

    The impact of the global COVID-19 pandemic has hit mothers especially hard. We asked mothers in our community to share their experiences, vo...

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  • Songs of Redemption

    “The opportunity to be ministered to by our denomination’s pastors-in-training in such a holistic way, while feeling alienated from each oth...

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  • My Calling

    On the floor of Synod in 1996 a group of bright-eyed candidates was approved for the ministry of the Word in the CRCNA. That year, for the f...

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