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Posted: July 9, 2018

As we sat in the fireside room at A Rocha’s property, Sir Ghillean Prance, a small group of volunteers and I (a stay-at-home mom) we felt a sense of awe that this man, who had been knighted by the queen for his work as a botanist, was so down to e

Posted: July 6, 2018

“Praise God, I received my documents!”

Posted: June 29, 2018

I had the opportunity to study abroad this past semester in Amman, Jordan.

Posted: June 25, 2018
Review of Journeys to Justice (Novalis, 2018) by Joe Gunn
Posted: June 22, 2018

Looking for summer beach reads? Here's what some Christian Reformed justice staff are reading this summer. 

Posted: June 18, 2018

On April 10, Aung Ko, Nang, Jet and Joli boarded a plane in Malaysia. Catching three flights, this young family would fly half way around the world to flee poverty and danger to find safety in the United States.

Posted: June 15, 2018

When I signed up to attend Calvin College's Festival of Faith & Writing, I wasn’t sure what to expect.

Posted: June 11, 2018

The news from Israel and the Palestinian territories seldom sounds hopeful. More often than not, the more we learn about the many complex layers of the conflict, the more discouraged we can become about the prospects for the future.

Posted: June 4, 2018

As a black Christian with roots in the south and the Baptist church, I always knew that the Jewish people were important.

Posted: June 1, 2018

Israel is widely touted as the “only democracy in the Middle East.” Other Middle Eastern countries have governmental structures ranging from absolute dictatorship to one party systems where, although the population has the right to vote, only one