Comment magazine, currently edited by Calvin’s James K. A. Smith (don’t miss his blog, Fors Clavigera), recently posted an excellent online article by Calvin alum Graham Scharf about the Believe 2 Become and Gatherings of Hope Initiatives. The article is titled “Renewing Social Architecture by Building Bridges” and characterizes B2B as a unique approach in today’s Christian philanthropic community.
Three years into these initiatives, CSR continues to provide research and evaluation support services for both Initiatives; for Believe 2 Become, we “ride shotgun” for the Community Research Institute at Grand Valley State University, while the Gatherings of Hope work is led by Calvin Sociology’s Mark Mulder.
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