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S.O.S. Amy's Story

Amy’s story can help us understand what it is like to experience abuse from a trusted church member, and then not to be believed when she tried to tell about it.

Safe Church
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Welcoming Refugees Photo Series

For over a half of a century the Christian Reformed Church has worked with and ministered among refugees. Read stories of CRC congregations and members welcoming, helping to resettle, and being blessed by refugees.

Biblical Justice
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My Journey With Schizophrenia

My main reason for writing about schizophrenia specifically, and mental illness in general, is to help those who may be suffering from it or who know someone who does, but don’t know how to help because of stigma.

Disability Concerns
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Beyond the Welcome Mat (Part 3)

The all-ages Coffee Break at First CRC in DeMotte, Indiana has a wonderful problem — their groups are too big! Group Leader, Jayne Bowers, shares some unique ideas that are part of their all-ages program. 

Coffee Break
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Depression is a Dark Poison

Depression is nearly impossible to describe. I was looking for a word or phrase that captured the heart of it, and I found it in an article by Dr. John Timmerman, “At the most unexpected moments it slips people its dark poison. One scarcely notices the initial sting.

Disability Concerns
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Our Third Son

This author's third (and first biological) son was born in December 1967. He was a lovable child like his two older brothers. In 1985, the year in which he turned eighteen, the Lord permitted this devastating brain illness (schizophrenia) to affect him almost all year in some way or other. In fact, the illness left none of them untouched.

Disability Concerns

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