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Faithful Anti-Racism and the Christian Life
A conversation with Christina Edmondson and John D. Witvliet
Video | October 29, 2020
Stob Lecture Series Featuring Jemar Tisby
This session will be a conversation between Jemar Tisby, president of The Witness: A Black Christian Collective, and Denise Posie and David Beelen, Calvin Theological Seminary coaches for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Discipleship.
Video | October 28, 2020
Identity and Faithful Anti-Racism
A conversation with Christina Edmondson and John Witvliet
Audio | October 12, 2020
Faithful Anti-Racism Leadership Development Cohorts
The Calvin Institute of Christian Worship invites individuals and organizations to participate in an online, month-long, facilitator-led cohort in which participants reflect on their cultural context and develop context-specific ways of promoting cross-cultural learning and faithful anti-racism initiatives.
News Item | September 15, 2020
Anti-Racism in the Renewing of Christian Worship
May God give us grace and strength to resist lies, arrogance, injustice, racism, and oppression in all forms. In worship, we are called to confess sin, to lament brokenness, and to pray for the end of these travesties, even as we are called to preach and celebrate sacramentally the gospel of Jesus Christ—in which power is made perfect in weakness, in which each person and culture is cherished as God’s gift, in which our hope is based on the life, death, resurrection, and continuing ministry of our ascended Lord, Jesus Christ. We long for a seamless connection between faithful public worship and vital Christian witness in every sector of society and in every cultural context.
Resource Guide | June 01, 2020