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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.
The reality is, it is much too simple to click “I am over 18” to enter a pornographic website.
So, as part of our efforts to serve you, dear citizen, here are some things we at the Christian Reformed Centre for Public Dialogue, with our grassroots CRC and RCA committee members from across the country, are thinking about and watching as Parliament opens for the season.
We've assembled fresh content to help you and your church learn about human trafficking in Canada and respond.
Please consider using this prayer for the suffering church in Egypt on November 5 or 12, the International Day(s) of Prayer for the Persecuted Church.
Pornography is part of a global injustice and abuse of women and children and is not simply an issue of a man’s personal struggles with temptation.
These two resources offer studies to help young people grow in their journey of faith formation. Both resources provide strong Biblical teaching, in-depth questions, and activities for practical application.
Will your church remember the persecuted Church in Egypt in your worship service on Nov. 5 or 12, the International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church? Free bulletin inserts are available.
One of the frustrations expressed at Synod 2017 was that calls for the church to serve the poor and the oppressed and to advocate for justice are too often expressed without reference to the church’s gospel mission.
The recent "Nashville Statement" is profoundly damaging to our Christian witness, and theologically wrong in it's elevation of human sexuality to an issue of salvation.
In making a decision about taking a trip to Israel/Palestine, in addition to the natural questions about costs and dates, there are several questions that should be answered before making a decision regarding which trip to choose.
Try to think of a single Bible verse that says our words and deeds toward issues of justice should be governed by our emotions.
There is no doubt racism is wrong. The question for those of us in the Christian Reformed Church living above the Mason-Dixon line is, how do we face this wrong without keeping records?
In choosing to take a trip to Israel/Palestine, persons need to reflect carefully on what type of tour they wish to join. Read about the different types of tours that we have come across in our years of leading groups on pilgrimages there.
Not only can we learn from the history of the land and its peoples, but the present conflict also presents an opportunity to learn about God’s justice and peace from people who are seeking it with diligence and grace.
What does Jesus’ command mean for us as we extend care for people in our neighbourhoods, communities, and churches?
This is the sixth sermon of a six message series written by Pastor Jack Van de Hoef based on the book Live Just.ly by World Renew and Micah Challenge.
The King’s University became involved with Khadr’s case after his lawyer presented at a King’s conference. Students and professors became involved in initiatives such as prayer groups, correspondence, rallies, and tutoring.
This is the fifth sermon of a six message series written by Pastor Jack Van de Hoef based on the book Live Just.ly by World Renew and Micah Challenge.
This is the fourth sermon of a six message series written by Pastor Jack Van de Hoef based on the book Live Just.ly by World Renew and Micah Challenge.
The Canadian Aboriginal Ministry Committee of the Christian Reformed Church invites you to pray along with us for missing and murdered indigenous women.
This is the third sermon of a six message series written by Pastor Jack Van de Hoef based on the book Live Just.ly by World Renew and Micah Challenge.