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Posted: January 23, 2017

The Internet has been abuzz lamenting some of the difficult events of 2016. But let’s take a moment to look in the rearview mirror and remember important strides forward that were made in 2016, before focusing on the hills ahead of us.

Posted: January 20, 2017

Every few days, I take a small metal pail full of vegetable scraps and fruit peels to a black compost bin in my backyard.

Posted: January 16, 2017

I am a dual citizen. I and others from my faith tradition hold dual citizenship.

Posted: January 13, 2017

When we meet someone for the first time, we often identify ourselves by our name and where we come from.

Posted: January 9, 2017

Remember the Justice and Faith Project? Surveyors called people and organized conversations in CRC congregations across Canada to learn what justice means to Canadian CRC folk and what they’d like to do about it.

Posted: January 5, 2017

Welcome to Ordinary Time! Ordinary Time is that vast stretch of the church year between January 6 (Epiphany) and Lent (and also between Pentecost and Advent).

Posted: January 3, 2017

“The Spirit of the Sovereign Lord is upon me, because he has anointed me to preach good news to the poor.

Posted: December 29, 2016

It’s been a great year for Do Justice. Thanks for reading and learning along with us, as we wrestled with faith with the Bible in one hand and the newspaper in the other (Karl Barth)!

Posted: December 19, 2016

I had never taken the time to reflect and ask myself, “I wonder how living in North America feels from the Indigenous perspective.” I was familiar with the history and many of the injustices.

Posted: December 16, 2016

In Matthew’s Gospel, the birth of Jesus is quickly followed by migration under perilous circumstances. Joseph is warned in a dream about a brutal policy soon to be implemented by the political regime in power.