Spring 2016

Keith Clapp really deepened his faith in the last year. The catalyst? A survey he took online. “It’s changed my life completely,” he says.

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Our faith directs us to be champions for the voiceless, including the natural environment. Many Christians have adopted “green” habits as a result of their faith.

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Life is hard—often very hard—for those living under military occupation with continuing land confiscations, restrictions on travel, arbitrary arrests and detention, and ongoing violence.

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When Kanoko came to United States for college, she thought there was no way she would become a Christian.

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For over 45 years, staff have been welcoming summer campers to Camp Shalom. That tradition continues today in the farm regions of Cambridge, Ontario. 

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Every time I cross between Canada and the United States, a border guard glares at me and barks the requisite inquiry. Usually the answer is “no,” but this time I hesitate.

 

General secretary Tom De Vries looks to Jesus for a biblical definition of discipleship. 

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The task of members at Bethany Reformed Church is to “simply be kind to people in the name of Jesus, and report back—to encourage each other with what we’ve done.”

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Church leaders gathered to challenge their own—and each other’s—assumptions about race and culture. 

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Joaquin Ramos found himself in prison 22 years ago after committing manslaughter.

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