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Rachel Boehm is a health care administrator and program leader with Nova Scotia's Addictions and Mental Health Program. With a background in communications and public relations, Rachel previously worked for many years in the non-profit sector tackling issues such as hunger and poverty. Rachel is a mother of four, an avid runner, and she loves outdoor life in Fall River, Nova Scotia -- in all of its beautiful seasons. She is the author of the children's book, "The Ways I Will Love You."

Jonathan Boone is a teacher at Bulkley Valley Christian School in Smithers, British Columbia. 

Kayla Boone is a Youth Ambassador of Reconciliation and attends The Kings University College in Edmonton, Alberta. 

Rev. Joel Boot served the CRCNA for three years as interim Executive Director. His term ended in June 2014 with a state of the church address at Synod in which he said, "In a broken world filled with broken people, the initial stance must be a broken heart, and not an argument about a broken law.”

Rev. Joyce Borger is an ordained pastor in the Christian Reformed Church serving as the director of Worship Ministries and senior editor of the print and online resource Reformed Worship, where you will often find resources around the theme of creation care.

Mary-Lee Bouma is a missionary in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia and serves as part-time executive director with Resist Exploitation Embrace Dignity ( 

Steve Bouma-Prediger is a Professor of Religion and Associate Dean for Teaching and Learning at Hope College in Holland, Michigan. 

Evelyn Bouwman is a semi-retired teacher who lives with her husband in Langley, BC. Although their three grown children live a distance away, visits with them and their growing families are always a delight. Evelyn is a long-time member of Willoughby CRC who is committed to serving in a variety of areas, especially those focused on justice.  As one of her volunteer interests she is part of an inter-church group that organizes the annual "Walk in the Spirit of Reconciliation" in Langley.  


Benjamin Bouwman is currently in his fourth year at Trinity Western University studying Education with hopes of becoming an elementary school teacher. Benjamin was born and raised in Langley, British Columbia, getting involved with youth and music ministry at Willoughby Christian Reformed Church as well as being part of a missions team to Fort Babine, an indigenous reserve near Smithers, BC, through Trinity Western. With a passion for music, people, and the Lord, Benjamin is on a mission to make others feel loved. 

Jessica Boy works and lives on the west coast of Canada. As a descendant of white settlers/immigrants and former missionary, she endeavours to live out reconciliation and anti-racism efforts in Canada in ways that open doors for more people to ask questions and live authentically in peace together. She currently works for Resonate Global Mission and is a member of the Canadian Anti-Racism and Intercultural Conciliation Advisory team for the CRCNA.