For Christians, working to end poverty involves both a call to help those in need and a recognition that all people deserve to live fully and with dignity.
The 20th anniversary of the ordination of the first women into ministry in the Christian Reformed Church was met with silence instead of cake and a special liturgy at Synod 2016.Login to View
In June 2012, Christian Courier featured an interview with Rev. Dr. Wa Kitavi about a unique partnership between Christian Reformed World Missions (CRWM) and the Pentecostal Theological College (Uganda) – the establishment of a dairy farm linked to the school. The project was designed to equip future pastors not only with community development skills, but with the possibility of earning a living as farmers.
For the Christian, young or old, it is increasingly important to know just what that good is that God requires in governance and requires of his servants the politicians; political philosophy is necessary as well as a hermeneutic of justice-in-love. It will be incumbent on the boomers to vote not simply out of custom and routine, or unreflectively for policies rooted in economic self-interest. Nor is the Millennial demand for authenticity and humanity sufficient as the only criterion for good governance.
Rev. Susan McCaffrey reflects on her time spent serving with Mother Teresa over 20 years ago.Login to View
CRC Millennials seem to think differently on politics from CRC Baby Boomers. They've grown up in a different world: christiancourier.ca/news/entry/cha…Tweeted 7 hours ago