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Articles by Nathan Groenewold

Nathan Groenewold

Nathan Groenewold is the Chimes co-religion editor for the 2013-14 school year.

CRC appoints first non-ordained executive director

Dr. Steven Timmermans, former executive associate to the president at Calvin College, has been nominated as executive di...

Begbie on Post-Protestant Stress Disorder: recovering a sense of mystery in worship

Have you heard of PPSD (Post-Protestant Stress Disorder)? Do you struggle with it? Symptoms might include, but are not l...

Leaders from across the world gather for worship on campus

The 27th annual Symposium on Worship welcomed over 1,600 church leaders to campus this past weekend. Leaders came seekin...

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Students refocus the Christmas season on Advent

It’s crunch time. Finals are less than a week away, and that term paper due two days ago has not yet hit the printer. ...

Photo courtesy Joshua Hocson
More than 25 Calvin students affected by catastrophic typhoon in Philippines

The Nov. 8 typhoon in the Philippines, which resulted in more than 3,600 deaths and displaced two million people, has hi...

Photo by Anna Delph.
Listen First: Introduction to LGBT Feature

Almost two months ago, our editor in chief Ryan Struyk approached us with what seemed a simple idea: publish a feature t...

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Nearly 2,000 enjoy Light in the Night on Halloween at KE

What do you get when you cross 11 decorated apartments, well over 300 hours of work and 22,000 pieces of candy? A whole ...

Photo courtesy Bekah Coggin.
CRC student numbers down; Pentecostal, Catholic and Protestant Reformed on the rise

Don’t know your five points of Calvinism? Do you question common grace? You may be in good company. Calvin research ha...

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Shawnee Park CRC integrates Calvin students into leadership

Four years ago, Shawnee Park Christian Reformed Church did not have a single college student involved in its ministries....

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Students respond to Pakistan bombings with hope

A string of bombings last week in the war-torn city of Peshawar, Pakistan, hit close to home for Calvin students with st...