What's in the first issue?
- read about new churches
- learn how ministry share really works
- find out about new workgroups that will help local churches
- hear the voice of a church planter who learned some hard lessons
- understand more about the CRCA Special Appeal Collection on (or about) August 19
How to engage with CRCA Catalyst
Source: David Groenenboom (edited)
- This is an electronic publication. while there is still an ‘issue’ every quarter it will only be printed off for people without internet access. Typically, this will happen at the local church level. If you know someone without email who’d like a copy, you can always print one off for them.
- You will interact with CRCA Catalyst differently. There is a live blog and comments are always open. You can comment on the issue as a whole, or you can comment on each article as it is published. Anyone can make a comment, and anyone can comment on someone else’s comment
- There is a FaceBook community. People who are FaceBook users can interact here as well. They can ‘like’ articles, leave comments, and share posts. Make the most of these facilities, and build the discussion.
- There is also a Twitter feed @CRCACatalyst This is helpful for those who use Twitter. It also provides a great way for Twitter users to contribute and/or share Catalyst posts with others.
- There is a Blog. This is where the new issues are released, where separate articles are uploaded, where comments are made by readers. Comments are the equivalent of ‘Letters to the Editor’. The good thing is that people can comment on other people’s comments.
Make sure you make the most of this useful new resource!