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Posted: October 16, 2020

Many of us have found it instructive that John Calvin, the theological father for reformed Christians, in the 1559 version of his 

 
Posted: October 14, 2020

"I am close to death at the hands of my enemies; oh, give me back my life again, just as you promised me. Accept my grateful thanks and teach me your desires. My life hangs in the balance, but I will not gi

 
Posted: October 12, 2020

We as image-bearers of God have an unprecedented opportunity to re-engage with our community tables that have been set before us. Our tables need to be large enough to invite our neighbors to join us for food, laughter and conversation.

 
Posted: October 9, 2020

The Exodus Road is a nonprofit dedicated to strategically fighting human trafficking across the globe.

 
Posted: October 7, 2020

I hear the Savior say
Thy strength indeed is small
Child of weakness, watch and pray
Find in me thine all in all

- Jesus Paid It All (Newsboys)

 
Posted: October 5, 2020

In a world with a litany of societal injustices, it’s fair to ask why the Christian Reformed Church in North America (CRC) - through the help of the Office of Social Justice (OSJ) - focuses so much energy on supporting churches to unders

 
Posted: October 2, 2020

Ivanna Rodriguez is an international student at Calvin University.  She came to Calvin from Honduras and studied Economics and Data Science.  Throughout this interview you’ll hear how proposed legislation around international students al

 
Posted: September 30, 2020

I keep my eyes always on the Lord.  With him at my right hand, I will not be shaken. - Psalm 16:8

 
Posted: September 28, 2020

We are quickly approaching Orange Shirt Day on September 30th!  Orange Shirt Day was started to honour the history of children who were sent to residential schools and give

 
Posted: September 25, 2020

I have been a guest during the Annual Pueblo Feast days which include traditional dances, cultural activities, arts, crafts and Southwest feasts. One can smell the balsam and cedar wood burning as one enters a Pueblo household.

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