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On Saturday, June 10, delegates requested that the RCA discuss the future of the denomination “in light of our current state of contention and division.” The recommendation calls for the discussion

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“Our organizing around mission needs to be more focused around a who than a what,” said John Sherrill during a celebration of the impact of Transformed & Transforming, the RCA’s 15-year vision

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On Saturday, June 10, General Synod delegates voted to instruct the Commission on Church Order to propose constitutionally appropriate amendments to the Book of Church Order (BCO)

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Tellers tally the votes the old-fashioned way.

 

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On Saturday, June 10, General Synod approved recommendations that classes assign mentors to students under their care and that the GSC develop a list of women in church leadership roles who can men

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On Saturday, June 10, General Synod recognized 45 congregations as Missional Impact Partners for their financial support of the mission and ministry of the RCA.

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In the evening on Friday, June 9, Richard Mouw spoke to the synod about civil disagreement—why Reformed Christians struggle with it and why we really need to improve.

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In his report to the General Synod on Friday, June 9, president Dan Gillett reminded the RCA of its covenantal theology and urged the denomination to stay together.

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On Friday, June 9, synod delegates approved a recommendation to create a task force to review the RCA’s commitment to the Formula of Agreement.

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“We are living through the greatest coming to Christ in the history of Christianity today.”

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