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How one Palestinian served as an agent of reconciliation

How an RCA pastor is bringing the police and community together.

Children as young as ten are becoming full members at Woestina Reformed.

Hidden beneath the city for more than 150 years, a burial ground for Harlem’s earliest black residents is rewriting New York history.

The women Patricia Johnson met reminded her of her own children. And that convinced her to get involved in the fight against human trafficking.

Joshua Scheid ponders God’s grace, which gave him the courage to raise a daughter and pastor a church—even in his greatest moments of self-doubt.

We talked to people who plan worship in RCA churches. Here’s what they told us about the role worship plays in the spiritual life of their churches.

Barbara Pimentel is defeating obstacles so elders, deacons, and laity can lead in her church and across the RCA.

Salama Warner used to keep up with the Kardashians; now she’s helping the church keep up with its youth.

It’s Wednesday night, and artist Michael Moss is at an easel. His pencil strokes bring life to the page—a fist, a muscled arm, a cape.