Mission

God brought Douglas Freeman to the right spot at the right time for ministry.

Sandy Khabbazeh, a Syrian refugee, came to Ponds Reformed Church for a place to pray. She found a place to call home.

How the Congregational Vitality Pathway helped New Hope Community Church focus less on the number of people in the pews and more on their spiritual health.

Through the Children and Worship program, one boy in Japan led his mother to faith—and now she’s doing her part to spread the gospel.

Scott Zeilenga reflects that any gospel-minded person, with a few skills and a few tools, can be sent by the Lord to help with the needs of people nearby.

The GC2 Summit will discuss refugee resettlement, immigrant ministry, security concerns, and a Christian response. The event takes place January 20, 2016.

After more than 120 years of ministry, Brighton Reformed Church stopped to ask, “Why does our church exist?” The answer took them in an unexpected direction.

What does neighborhood ministry look like when you actually live next door? Heights of Hope is working to find out.

An Arizona couple recognized the value of spiritual renewal, and wanted to help others care for their spiritual lives. But following God’s call for this ministry took a lot of sacrifice—and a lot of faith.

RCA missionaries have played a key role in the incredible growth of the Presbyterian Church in Chiapas, Mexico, over the past 90 years. Today that church of about 800,000 believers is fully self-supporting and has started sending missionaries of its own. It’s the ideal model of RCA mission—working ourselves out of a job.