This conversation is difficult because of the way the discussion is publicly framed, locked into: “pro-life” vs. “pro-choice.”
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We will be at Inspire 2022, hosting workshops on creation care, immigration, diversity, justice and advocacy, and more. Join us!
Syd Hielema shares his journey through Hearts Exchanged so far.
On January 18, the Climate Witness Project hosted a virtual "climate huddle" on Dr. Katharine Hayhoe's new book, Saving Us: A Climate Scientist's Case for Hope and Healing in a Divided World.
“Let us realize that as we struggle for justice and freedom, we have cosmic companionship.”
These Inspire 2022 sessions are for anyone interested in restorative justice, with best practices for those interested in the fields of corrections, restorative justice, or ministry with victims and perpetrators of criminal acts.
What was COP26 all about and what comes next for Christians?
This Inspire 2022 session will focus on the necessary labor of white people to do the heavy lifting of doing racial justice and anti-white supremacy work.
Through interactive activities and discussions, participants in this Inspire 2022 session will learn about the scriptural roots of creation care.
Listening. It's an art.
I believe that being heard, listened to, and given an opportunity to share your voice is fundamental to being an image bearer of God.
Across the country, people of faith met with elected officials with specific legislative asks. Advocates were recently trained at a climate-based session!
In processing the tragic event in London, Ontario on June 6, it is important to focus on Muslim-Christian relations and lament with and pray for our Muslim friends and neighbors.
The church building and its associated grounds are the most visible part of the church in the community. How those grounds are maintained reflect the congregation's emphasis on creation stewardship.
The CRC justice ministries celebrate the volunteer work of Gary Mulder, a representative for the Office of Social Justice in Washington D.C. over the past twelve years.