The Office of Social Justice of the Christian Reformed Church is hiring! If you are interested in faith, policy, and social justice apply for the one-year, full-time Mobilizing Advocacy Fellowship. The deadline to apply is March 19.
This sermon was preached by Rev. Curtis Korver at Alberni Valley CRC on February 11, 2018 as part of marking Justice and Hope Sunday.
This Lent, we challenge you to engage thoughtfully and prayerfully in advocacy for your neighbors, particularly neighbors who are living in poverty because of various unjust systems.
Every article in this declaration comes from a time when a right has been violated or outright denied to Indigenous peoples. What is our call as Christians as we bear witness to such profound brokenness?
Some tools and resources for congregations to live out a ministry of reconciliation with our Indigenous neighbours.
In the midst of the growing international tension, followers of Jesus should act as peacemakers. But how can Christians go about making peace in a nuclear age?
At the same time that countries around the world are building fences and implementing laws to keep “the other” out, we are creating new programs to meet the needs of the increasing numbers of migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers.
In Cambodia and Myanmar I have seen firsthand how government corruption, especially related to deals to extract valuable natural resources, falls hardest on the poorest and most vulnerable communities.
Immigrants today are a blessing to our congregations, communities, families, economy, and country. This resource shares ten ideas for showing hospitality and experiencing the blessings immigrants bring.
Seeking justice is a spiritual discipline — a tangible way for us to express our faith by obeying the commands to love God and to love our neighbor as ourselves. This resource shares 10 tips for North Americans who want to follow Christ in seeking justice today.
Looking for a way to begin your church's Lenten reflections this February? Join CRC congregations across Canada in reflecting together on the interplay between calling out for justice and trusting that our God is making all things new.
January 21 is Sanctity of Human Life Sunday, and the CRC Office of Social Justice has created worship resources for your church to honor the day.
This Giving Tuesday, Americans and Canadians have the chance to have their gifts matched to help refugees.
January 21 is Sanctity of Human Life Sunday, and the CRC Office of Social Justice has created bulletin inserts for your church to honor the day. Order today!
This Advent, World Renew and the Office of Social Justice invite you, through our email devotions, to reflect on the incarnation of Christ — its meaning then and its meaning now. Go to crcna.org/advent to sign up today!
Likely your mind is focused on Advent, but Lent will follow soon afterwards. You can order a bulletin insert for the first Sunday of Lent (February 18) now, which includes a Lent Advocacy Challenge for your congregation.
On Sunday, December 10, CRC members and congregations will join together to remember the blessing of the "stranger" throughout scripture and give thanks for our immigrant and refugees neighbors. Will you join us?
About a year ago, as Venezuela was beginning to deteriorate into violent chaos, I prayed for God to expand my borders. A short time later, he brought refugees Alejandro and Sandra into my life.
It is time to relearn that thrust which began in the Reformation. No longer is a priest the key intermediary between a believer and God, but a believer can access God based upon their own personal faith.
This is the second post in our Justice and the Reformed Confessions series. Subscribe to make sure you don't miss a post.
We’re marking the 500th anniversary of the Reformation this month by listening carefully to our Reformed confessions.
On February 18, 2018, the Centre for Public Dialogue invites you to mark Justice and Hope Sunday and reflect together on one way to love and seek justice with your neighbours — advocacy.
On September 27, 2016, our worshipping community turned on 44 rooftop solar panels and began producing our own electricity for the Campus Chapel.