Transformed & Transforming

Camp Fowler partners with an Uruguayan summer camp and learns again the importance of community.

Eddy Alemán is a pastor, a church planter, and a nurturer of leaders. He’s also the General Synod Council’s candidate for general secretary, a job with responsibilities that include casting vision for the denomination and overseeing implementation of its mission.

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

In artist Brian Narcomey’s depiction of Jesus’s final hours before crucifixion, Jesus wears a buffalo robe and streams of living water flow from his shoulder.

At a time when community meant everything to Roger and Michele Bird, they left their 3,000-square-foot home and are building a house a third the size. Go figure.

Kids of RCA missionaries open up about their childhoods, their feelings about inhabiting a third-culture space, and how they’ve seen God at work.

Christianity deeply influenced the traditional Japanese ritual, say RCA missionaries Nathan and Nozomi Brownell.

A weekly ministry in South Florida offers hospitality each Saturday to 75 to 100 persons without homes. But it also ministers to the volunteers who find that their own lives have changed as a result.

Reach the disconnected; grow the connected. These words have shaped the vision and mission of a multisite RCA church in Indiana.

The Albany Synod Fellowship Program supports recent seminary graduates as they transition into ministry by providing them with two years of housing, benefits, coaching, and a professional network.