March 26, 2015
- World Renew has joined other relief and development organizations in responding to Cyclone Pam, which killed 12 people and left thousands of people homeless on the island nation of Vanuatu.
- The Christian Reformed Church’s Office of Social Justice led a group of 20 pastors and others to the Arizona- Mexico border from March 9-12 to expose them to issues of immigration that people on both sides of border are facing.
March 25, 2015
- For the past several months, Carol Pot has been leaving her Smithville, Ontario home several times a week and heading to the local YMCA.
- The Christian Reformed Church Synod 2014 was meeting in Pella, Iowa when it learned that a dispute had broken out in the town of Wukari, Nigeria, over a phone recharge card that left more than 100 people dead and destroyed hundreds of buildings.
- The Calvin Studies Society is offering a colloquium to be held from April 9-11 at Calvin Theological Seminary for those interested in learning more about John Calvin and the Reformed tradition.
March 24, 2015
- When he first learned of the movie Selma, Rev. Eric Sarwar thought the film may be about a woman by that name, given that Selma (Salma) is a popular name of girls in Pakistan, where he serves as an ordained pastor in the Presbyterian Church of Pakistan.
March 23, 2015
- I am 17 years old and I experienced incredible suffering from a medical condition in which the topmost layer of my skin just peeled off on a regular basis. This exposed my inner skin to infections and constant pain.
March 20, 2015
- Musicians, critics, theologians and listeners from a variety of backgrounds will convene March 26-28 on the Calvin College campus for the biennial Festival of Faith and Music.
- The Christian Reformed Church and Calvin College have been recognized by the Partnership for a Racism-Free Community for efforts to create racism-free work environments.
March 19, 2015
- It is urgent that the U.S. stop the practice of using unmanned drones, some operated from 6,000 miles away, to attack targets "as a means of ending the use of terror," writes Peter Vander Meulen in a guest editorial published this week in the Holland Sentinel newspaper in Holland, Mich.