Use this video to introduce (or re-introduce!) the Centre for Public Dialogue to your congregation. The video features staff and members of our support committee reading Psalm 33:1-5 and 20-22, as well as highlights from the past year.
Christian Reformed Centre for Public Dialogue
The Christian Reformed Centre for Public Dialogue is a Christian Reformed ministry of conversation, learning, and action on God's call to justice and peace.
It's our goal to present a positive voice of faith in Canadian public life, and to live out the links of justice, hope, and reconciliation in advocacy and citizenship.
Contacting elected officials may be daunting, but sharing your well-informed opinion can make a real difference on the justice issues that you care about, and can bring about long-term changes to unjust systems.
While sexual exploitation of youth has been an ongoing issue for generations, there has been growing concern and need for better understanding in recent years. Check out this excellent resource.
God cares deeply about marginalized people and expects his people to do the same. This post includes a Bible study guide on Judges 19.
This report from Citizens for Public Justice highlights four main areas of concern: long wait times, long wait times for non-Syrian applications, allocations limits, and travel loans.
Welcoming refugee claimants at Canada’s borders is a faithful response to our Christian calling to love our neighbours from all around the world. Cut through the political spin and learn the facts about refugees and immigrants in Canada.
It's ready! Download your copy of the World Refugee Day toolkit today. How will your church celebrate and remember refugees this June (and beyond)?
Canada's federal budget was just released last week. Since budgets are moral documents, what does this budget have to say about the heart of our country?
The Christian Reformed Centre for Public Dialogue and the office of Canadian Ministries wish to bring the following letter from the Canadian Council of Christian Charities to your attention.
Oops, thanks for catching that, Anna!
Thanks Bea, that's helpful advice.