Two months from today, we'll gather for Martin Luther King Day 2018 to consider the question: Where do we go from here, chaos or community? Join us in Grand Rapids at Millbrook CRC.
This workshop introduces the concept of Cultural Intelligence (CQ) with its four concrete skill areas: Knowledge, Motivation, Interpretation and Behavior.
During Hispanic Heritage Month, we are sharing stories about Hispanic leaders in this CRC! We'd love you to meet Pastor Edwin Olguin, a church planter with a passion to see the church truly become one body.
Church Between Borders is a 4 part interactive workshop that sparks thought and discussion for Christian groups interested in engaging immigration from a Biblical perspective. We'd love to connect with your church!
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The Belhar Confession is a gift from the church to the church. Learn about the history of this confession and find related resources below.
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?
The new-found courage by white-supremacists should force us to re-examine our naive assumptions about racism and how it is countered and contested.
In the ambiguity of the sin of racism, confession is good. Confession is important. And being willing to learn from the ambiguity helps build bridges that may not have been there before.
The CRC Office of Race Relations is now offering discussion guides for small groups on books and films that address the topics of race and faith. First up is Trevor Noah's memoir, Born a Crime.
Will your church be celebrating the multicultural church of Christ this All Nations Heritage Sunday? The order deadline for bulletin inserts and covers is July 25.
Check out the new Race Relations US-Midwest newsletter, a reflection on soul care from Viviana Cornejo.
Check out this selection from Race Relations' US-West newsletter for June, a reflection on Ephesians 2 with suggested questions for discussion.
The Blanket Exercise is a participatory 90-minute workshop that literally walks participants through the history of relationships between Indigenous peoples and other peoples in North America.
Use these litanies to engage the issue of racism in preaching and worship.
This Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, the Office of Race Relations is highlighting members of these communities who are part of the CRC. First up: Shiao Chong, editor of The Banner!
The Cultural Intelligence Building workshop focuses on concrete skills to improve our ability to act and react in positive ways across cultural lines.
Inspired by the YWCA's national Stand Against Racism campaign, Calvin College and The Office of Race Relations are hosting a worship service on Wednesday, April 19.
We've categorized the resources in this Canadian Aboriginal Ministries Committee toolkit by head, heart, and hands: the three parts of you that all need to be engaged for real learning to take place.
This March 25, join the Office of Race Relations and Congregations Organizing for Racial Reconciliation (CORR) for a day of learning with Peter Cha!
As people who seek to follow Jesus, we cannot ignore the racial realities in our relationships and communities. We want easy answers and quick fixes but that's not how God intends for us to live.
This informative book by Michelle Loyd-Paige and Eric Washington looks at African Americans and their culture and involvement in the Christian Reformed Church in North America.