My wondering started growing and growing until I just had to start asking questions and doing more research.
Aunt Betty left behind a legacy of faith and joy and music among other things when she passed away seven years ago. One of the things she left me in particular was a cabinet overflowing with kaleidoscopes.Login to View
On Sunday, September 27, a travel group from Grand Rapids, Michigan, visited Willoughby Christian Reformed Church (CRC) in Langley, British Columbia. This group of 40 people combines holidays with learning the history of various CRC congregations. After the service they attended a presentation about the history of the CRC in western Canada, particularly the Vancouver area. An abridged version follows.
Gufwan and Rice saw an aspect of polio that was not being addressed – support for its survivors.Login to View
Act justly, love tenderly, walk humbly. These words, headlined in a recent Jesuit interfaith workshop, succinctly describe the Christian principles of faith-based agencies in today’s relief and development sector. They are, perhaps, the most important principles for us to remember when working with diverse communities and partners in the developing world.Login to View
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