Welcome to Do Justice! A number of you are new to this newsletter, so let's take a minute to get to know each other. Do Justice is a blog run by the CRC Office of Social Justice and the Christian Reformed Centre for Public Dialogue. The blog is shaped by a variety of voices examining and reflecting on justice issues with a Reformed accent. Learn more about Do Justice.

You'll be receiving this e-newsletter three times a week: on Mondays and Fridays you'll receive a blog post fresh off the press, and on Wednesdays you'll receive Justice Prayersa digest of 3-5 prayers addressing justice issues from around the world. 

Here are the latest posts on Do Justice and Justice Prayers...


A Letter from Ciudad Juarez

Published: Aug 16, 2019 03:00 am
Author: CRC Office of Social Justice

We received this letter from Pastor Samuel Lopez in Ciudad Juarez and Pastor Angel Lopez in West...

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Justice Prayers - August 14th

Published: Aug 14, 2019 03:00 am
Author: Christian Reformed Centre for Public Dialogue and Office of Social Justice

For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God...

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Climate Justice: Can you hear their voice?

Published: Aug 12, 2019 03:00 am
Author: David Flikkema

This article is the third installment of our climate justice series.  Read the other articles...

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La Terza Coffee: Blessing not Burden Blend

Published: Aug 09, 2019 03:00 am
Author: Kate Kooyman

Recently, a gal named Carly Pritchard sent OSJ the best kind of email. It was a creative kind of...

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Justice Prayers - August 7

Published: Aug 07, 2019 03:00 am
Author: CRC Office of Social Justice

We bring our prayers to Creator God, who both "takes up our pain and bears our suffering" and will...

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Agriculture is a Gamble: Stories from Uganda

Published: Aug 05, 2019 03:00 am
Author: Deanna Geelhoed

Part 2 of Sharing Stories: Mary Robinson, Climate Change and Us.  Find Chapter 2 in Robinson's...

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