Synod 2019 declared kinism a heresy, but many in our denomination may still be left wondering: What exactly is kinism? Where did it come from? Is this something that our churches are actually dealing with?
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A few days ago my daughter sent me an essay written by Kyle Korver, Utah Jazz player and son of an RCA pastor. As I read it, I realized Korver was not asking me to engage in a debate with him. I realized he was inviting readers to glimpse his own heart.
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What are you doing to help move your heart from “here” to “there” in your own journey of responding to the dream of Martin Luther King Jr.?
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.
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Martin Luther King, Jr. day is not a “Black” holiday. It is a day to affirm the dignity of all people. It is a day to remember the example of King — a drum major for justice.
Racism is not part of God’s grand design. Human beings are the architects of racism. However, through Jesus Christ, God is reconciling us to Himself, and to each other, rebuilding what we destroyed.