September 28, 2016
- Two things that North American believers might not put together are God’s saving grace and subwoofers. But in Haiti, they are like two sides of the same coin.
- Registration is now open to bicyclists and volunteers to participate on the Sea to Sea cross-continental bike tour that raises funds to help end extreme poverty worldwide.
- CRC leaders have released a statement calling pastors and others to speak out and to seek racial reconciliation in light of the recent killing of two black men by police officers in the U.S. and the killing of an Indigenous man in Canada.
- A new subcommittee of the Christian Reformed Church’s Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations Committee has been busy carrying out its synodical mandate to find ways to build bridges between the CRC and people of other religions.
- To help celebrate the 20th anniversary of women being ordained in the Christian Reformed Church, CRC News is presenting the stories of four women—Bailey Sarver, Laura de Jong, Cara DeHaan, and Sarah Schreiber—who talk about their various callings to ordained ministry.
- Two recent Calvin College graduates, who are reporting on the 2016 president election for major news organizations, came to Calvin to discuss the issue of fact-checking the candidates.
September 21, 2016
- In Uganda, Grace’s students gather around one of their peers and begin singing. But it’s not a joyful song, it’s one of taunting and shaming.
- Two years ago, it was impossible to imagine a community in Honduras where children could play outside after dinner, where families could enjoy an evening walk.
- Shortly after becoming a believer, Mr. Apit was banished from his home village in Indonesia.
- Steve Timmermans is inviting all of those who are involved in ministry in their local CRC congregations across the U.S. and Canada to consider attending Inspire 2017 next summer in Detroit, Mich.