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Pesticides and Disease

Warm greetings. I would like to hear from anyone with an interest or knowledge about pesticide residues in food and their link with human diseases. I believe this is a major social justice issue and therefore requires the Christian Church to be involved, especially Reformed Christians. I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you.
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Immigration Dilemma

Around 250 Salvadorans leave the country every day. There are no exact numbers because migrating continues being something “clandestine, invisible” from the authorities. It doesn’t matter in what conditions youth live, they want to leave.

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Stories That We Tell...

One very practical way that many CRC churches have reached out to their neighbours is refugee sponsorship. On the Do Justice blog, Trang Thi, a refugee sponsored by a small rural church in northern Alberta, writes about the beautiful welcome she and her family received.

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Social Justice 201 (6 April 2013)

Hiya folks! Do you live in or around Grand Rapids? On 6 April, a Saturday, will be a great opportunity to learn more about how to be concretely involved in local social justice. More often than not, we think about social justice, or talk about social justice - well, now is time for action. This is a $10 conference (including lunch) entitled "Intro to Community Organizing" featuring Alexia Salvatierra and hosted by the Micah Center - a group known to accomplish results. By attending you will be able to network with other like-minded people and orgainizations, and you will learn a lot from one...
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Political Diversity

Are the Office of Social Justice, the Synod of the CRC, and other official organs of the CRCNA — whether intentionally or not — attempting to define Christianity in a way that excludes conservative political and economic views?

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