Transformed & Transforming

When its first pastor left, River Rock Community Church had to figure a few things out—like whether they’d be able to stay open.

“Ridder is not a project, it’s a process,” says Michael Hardeman. “Leaders need to be transformed in order for the congregation to also transform.”

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.

Churches in the Synod of the Heartland are seeing exciting developments in Church Multiplication and Missional Mosaic. 

When students work together as a team, their leadership pays off. 

RCA Today interviews an American megachurch pastor and a Nepali church planter about global church planting and the differences between a parent church and a partner church.

What reading Tod Bolsinger’s Canoeing the Mountains showed Gail Hughes about leading the church in a changing culture.

What if outreach isn’t about trying to connect with a total stranger? Consider these daily practices for reaching others. 

Interim general secretary Don Poest wants to make your job easier, whatever your church context.

A multiracial church works to overcome biases and find unity.