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Posted: February 14, 2022

In the beginning of his ministry, Jesus tells his early followers who are poor, who weep, and who experience hunger and thirst (for real food or for right relationship) that they are blessed.

 
Posted: February 11, 2022

Thank you for celebrating the OSJ’s offering Sunday with us this week.  Interim director Mark Stephenson offers his thoughts as we reflect together on

 
Posted: February 9, 2022

“You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hidden.  Nor do people light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on a stand, and it gives light to all in the house. - Matthew 5: 14-15

 
Posted: February 9, 2022

Dena Nicolai, chaplain and refugee support mobilizer with the Christian Reformed Churches of British Columbia, shares the simple starting place for much of her engagement with people who have been refugees: joining them for a cup of coff

 
Posted: February 7, 2022

Some years ago I worked as an Enrichment Leader at Youth at Heart, a non-profit serving youth in under-resourced communities in Tulsa.

 
Posted: February 4, 2022

Attention: some *minor* spoilers ahead!

 
Posted: February 2, 2022

In this episode, Kyle Meyaard-Schapp, vice president of the Evangelical Environmental Network (EEN) shares how he got involved in climate advocacy as a Christian - including the middle-school humor nickname for the lake near the town whe

 
Posted: February 2, 2022

“You are the salt of the earth, but if salt has lost its taste, how shall its saltiness be restored?"- Matthew 5:13 

 
Posted: January 31, 2022

How do we move the needle on climate action? According to Dr.

 
Posted: January 28, 2022

A United State Indigenous Churches policy was born in 1868 in a time when subjugation was the norm for native people. President Ulysses S.

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