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Sunday, January 17 is Sanctity of Human Life Sunday. The CRCNA encourages congregations to recognize the day's significance in ways that are sensitive and mindful of the impact abortion has on society, our churches, and members of our congregations. Find resources created by the Office of Social Justice linked on crcna.org/ChurchYear


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From Calvin University

Stob Lecture Colloquium - Calvin Theological Seminary invites you to the Stob Lecture Colloquium 2021 on Monday, January 18th at 4pm. This event will be live streamed and can be watched at vimeo.com/489568992. This year's featured guest is Jemar Tisby, author, speaker, and president of The Witness: A Black Christian Collective. The colloquium is an in-depth conversation on his text Color of Compromise, moderated by Denise Posie and Dave Beelen, Calvin Seminary's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Discipleship Coaches. For more information, visit calvinseminary.edu/events/public/stob-lecture-colloquium-2021

From Faith Formation Ministries

At-home Faith Formation Tip - The Practice of Engaging Scripture: N.T. Wright wrote, “Reading and studying Scripture [is] central to how we grow in the love of God.” This coming week, start each day by reading 1 Corinthians 13 and praying that God’s love will flow through you to others. (For more on faith practices from Faith Formation Ministries, visit crcna.org/FaithFormation/Practices.)

From Other

EduDeo Ministries: We’re Hiring! - Are you passionate about administration, details, and a job well done? EduDeo Ministries is seeking an Operations Director to oversee the organization’s operational work, making sure the whole team effectively plans and executes its ministry activities for maximum impact. Visit www.edudeo.com/careers for more information. Applications due February 8, 2021.
Reading While Black and Reformed - Please join us as Redeemer University celebrates its 2020 Emerging Public Intellectual, New York Times contributing opinion writer and Wheaton College professor Rev. Dr. Esau McCaulley, in conversation with Dr. Vince Bacote (Wheaton College), hosted by Redeemer's own Dr. Jessica Joustra, on Wednesday, January 27, 2021. This live event begins at 7pm, and can be watched at www.redeemer.ca/events/reading-while-black-and-reformed/

From ReFrame Ministries

GROUNDWORK: WORSHIP - What makes worship a spiritual discipline? Study 1 Chronicles 15:16-22, Hebrews 10:19-25, Ephesians 5:15-20, and Isaiah 6:1-7 with Groundwork to learn why our pattern of worship matters and how habitually engaging in thoughtful, intentional, and Trinitarian worship is profoundly formative for our faith and life. Listen now at GroundworkOnline.com and subscribe to Groundwork’s weekly emails for future episodes.
How Do I Pray? - Prayer doesn't have to be complicated. And there is no single right way to do it. “How Do I Pray?”, a free ebook from the ReFrame Ministries Prayer Team shows you six ways to reinvigorate your prayer life. It’s yours free at reframeministries.org/ways-to-pray
WHAT’S NEXT? - Check out the new kids' devotion at www.kidscorner.net. In the Old Testament story, Joseph was thrown into a pit, accused of a crime, went to jail and then survived a famine. Yet he trusted God through all the ups and downs. Listen now at kidscorner.net and subscribe to KC’s weekly emails for all the new content.

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