Category Archives: culture

Engage 2016: A Multiethnic Gathering—Why You Should Be There

This summer from June 8-10 plan to attend “Engage 2016: A Multiethnic Gathering” hosted by the CRCNA and located on the campus of Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Read more . . . Engage 2016: A Multiethnic Gathering—Why You Should Be … Continue reading

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Why Diversity Matters . . . to Christians

I just read the following post by Chris Rice, Co-director of the Duke Divinity School Center for Reconciliation, on his blog, Reconcilers with Chris Rice,  about why diversity is, or at least it should be, important to those of us who … Continue reading

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The Real Message of Jesus

Christine Sine’s recent reflection on her Godspace blog deal with our perception of the “real world” as North American Christians as well as our–at least most evangelicals–understanding of the message of the gospel as more than just future oriented for individuals. … Continue reading

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