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Danielle Chun is the Justice Mobilizing and Advocacy Fellow for the CRC Office of Social Justice. 

Brian is the communications manager for the Christian Reformed Church's international media ministry—Back to God Ministries International. He has written for the CRC's mission agencies since 2013. He enjoys his work because he gets to keep up with a wide range of ministry activities from many parts of the world and communicate how God is working in the lives of people through those activities. 

Brian graduated from Trinity Christian College with degrees in communication and Spanish.

Emily Cole is a student studying social work and international development at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. She loved the experiences she had in Honduras and hopes to continue to hear stories from immigrants and work in promoting justice in the community where she lives.

Colin Conrad is a member of the CRCNA's Committee for Contact with the Government (CCG), the supporting committee of the Christian Reformed Centre for Public Dialogue, where he focuses on climate action and theology. He is also an Assistant Professor in Information Management at Dalhousie University and a member of All Nations Christian Reformed Church in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Berniz Constanza Terpstra works in a public school, coordinating services for students and families. Berniz graduated from Calvin College and lives with her husband Aaron in Grand Rapids. She attends Madison Square Church, loves her dog, and bakes amazing cupcakes.

Israel Cooper is a recent graduate of the University of Western Ontario and triathlete. Endurance sports are her thing, and she loves pushing her body to do new things in sport. The journey you go on in sport of triathlon and in each race has always captured her excitement. 

Sam Cooper has pastored the City of Mississauga, Ontario since 1994. He and the congregation of the Meadowvale CRC, passionate that the Gospel find expression in art, intercession, worship, care for the poor, prioritizing children, hospitality, relational reconciliation, and care for the Creation, are working with community leaders, local organizations and ministries, churches, and other faith groups for the peace and welfare of the city. 

Viviana is an advocate for the Office of Race Relations. She’s originally from Chile and moved to US in 1995. In her native country she was involved in church planting, leadership development, and teaching. She likes to spend time with her four grandchildren and having long conversations with her daughters. Writing, reading, and taking long walks with her golden retriever is her definition of a good time. She loves history, a passion that developed together with her brother when they used to spend their summer vacations at the library.

Sarah Crellin is community-minded mother, librarian, and writer who resides in Ingersoll, Ontario and believes in promoting local solutions to poverty and sustainability.

Mary Crickmore is West Africa Team Leader for World Renew. 

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