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Millennials Pursue Unity: The Full Range of Possibility

May 25, 2016

Rebecca Kates, former intern at The Colossian Forum, wrote a series of blog posts for us about millennials and how they see and pursue unity. Here’s part one, part two, part three, part four, and part five of the series. She recently graduated with a masters degree in Theological Studies at Calvin Theological Seminary, and we’re thrilled to share her […]










Millennials Pursue Unity: An Important Counter-Narrative

April 20, 2016

Rebecca Kates, former intern at The Colossian Forum, wrote a series of blog posts for us about millennials and how they see and pursue unity. Here’s part one of the series and part two. She recently graduated with a masters degree in Theological Studies at Calvin Theological Seminary, and we’re thrilled to share her insights with you. […]










Millennials Pursue Unity: It’s Not Just for Leaders

April 13, 2016

Rebecca Kates, former intern at The Colossian Forum, wrote a series of blog posts for us about millennials and how they see and pursue unity. Read part one of the series here. She recently graduated with a masters degree in Theological Studies at Calvin Theological Seminary, and we’re thrilled to share her insights with you. Look for […]










Millennials Pursue Unity: Why It’s So Rare

March 23, 2016

Rebecca Kates, former intern at The Colossian Forum, wrote a series of blog posts for us about millennials and how they see and pursue unity. She recently graduated with a masters degree in Theological Studies at Calvin Theological Seminary, and we’re thrilled to share her insights with you. Look for more in the coming weeks! After this […]










Listening–It’s More than Just Tolerance

March 16, 2016

TCF’s Rob Barrett recently kicked off the series How to Stay in Conversation with “the Other Side” at the Do Justice blog. The series aims to help how to communicate about contentious issues in ways that build up the body of Christ, and we were thrilled to contribute to this important conversation. Listening to Christian […]










Winter 2016 newsletter

March 9, 2016

Our winter 2016 newsletter is hot off the presses. Read about our Colossian Way pilots, dig deeper into why we dig into divisive issues, and some other updates about what’s going on in our fifth anniversary year. Want to receive our newsletter? Let us know and we’ll add you to the list.










Recommended Reads: An Introduction

February 24, 2016

As part of engaging our thoughtful audience in areas of cultural engagement, conflict resolution, and deeper discipleship, we’re starting a new series here on the blog called Recommended Reads. Each of our staff members will take turns sharing things that have piqued our interest. There are many varied interests represented on our team, and we’re […]










Hitting the Pause Button: Thinking Formatively About Technology

May 16, 2013

Hitting the Pause Button: Thinking Formatively About Technology Creation, Culture, and Technology: Asking the Right Questions Often when a Christian organization says it is concerned with “science,” everyone immediately assumes that this means the organization is concerned with the science of origins—debates about evolution and creation and so forth. And in many cases, that hasty […]










Article – Christian Learning in the Digital Age

November 15, 2012

Is there a connection between MacBooks and academic excellence? If so, is it a positive or a negative one? Or put more broadly, for a Christian university, does technology increase academic quality, or does it threaten…










Article – An Experience with Ecumenism

November 6, 2012

Article – An Experience with Ecumenism   By Dr. Matthew Lundberg November 6th, 2012 For the past five years I have served as the Christian Reformed Church’s representative on the Faith & Order Commission of the National Council of Churches, USA. This commission brings together theologians from across the spectrum of Christian traditions and denominations […]