• July 18, 2018
    On a warm Wednesday afternoon in the heart of Edmonton, Alta., about 100 people walked for reconciliation. Members of Indigenous communities walked alongside non-Indigenous people from Canada Place to the Legislature Building, drawing people in as they went.
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  • July 18, 2018
    The Acts of Synod 2018 is now posted on the CRCNA website. In addition to the Acts, the CRCNA has uploaded a letter highlighting a number of synod’s actions for the attention of churches. This letter will also be sent separately to church councils.
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  • July 18, 2018
    Fueled by gang violence, North Philadelphia is probably the most dangerous neighborhood in the city. But through it all, since 2003, Taehoo Lee has lived in one of the row houses on Uber Street and ministered to the local people — drug dealers, homeless squatters, families, business people, and especially the children. And for 10 years he has held a month-long summer camp in July, bringing in children from Uber Street and beyond.
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  • July 18, 2018
    Galina lives in a poorly-funded retirement home in western Ukraine. Yet she’s found ways to be encouraged and to encourage others through her faith in Christ. As one of very few Christians in her 50-person home, Galina felt overjoyed when she heard that a group, the Russian outreach of Back to God Ministries International, was coming to share a Bible message and lead worship.
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  • July 18, 2018
    With more than 1.3 million hymns, 6,000 hymnals, and 700,000 users a month, Hymnary.org has grown from a small online collection of just 30 hymnals into the most expansive online hymn database in the world.
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  • July 18, 2018
    Peter Vander Meulen, former director of the CRC's Office of Social Justice, is helping to facilitate the Wukari peace process in Nigeria. This follows fighting between Christian and Muslim groups that killed hundreds of people and destroyed a large area of the town.
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