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Guide people of all ages through this special time of preparation for Christmas.

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Support the understanding and practice of baptism.

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Engage the RCA’s church order, which provides a way for the people of the RCA to live and work together.

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Because children are not the future of the church, they are the church, we offer resources that support children on their journey of transformation by God’s Word and Spirit.

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Find old and new ways to connect people with the true reason for the season. 

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Deepen your understanding of the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper.

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Resources to help a consistory fulfill its pastoral and spiritual responsibilities as the governing body of a congregation.

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Engage with the RCA’s three creeds (Apostle’s, Nicene, and Athanasian) and four confessions (the Belgic Confession, the Belhar Confession, the Canons of Dort, and the Heidelberg Catechism).

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Learn more about the role of a deacon, which revolves around service, mercy, justice, compassion, and stewardship.

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Topical devotionals for consistory meetings or personal devotions.

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Discover ways to fully include people who have disabilities in the life of your congregation.

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Develop passionate disciples of Christ who live and love like Jesus and who teach others to do the same.

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Resources to celebrate the joy and hope of Christ’s resurrection.

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Learn about the role of elders, who ensure that each person in a congregation is nurtured through Scripture, worship, the sacraments, and prayer.

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Ideas for observing Epiphany in worship.

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Resources for those seeking to grow and deepen their faith.
 

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Resources currently available in Korean.

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Information and resources about various leadership roles in the church, including elders, deacons, and commissioned pastors.

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Resources for use at church and at home to help prepare hearts for Easter.

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Litanies and prayers for congregational use on a variety of occasions.

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Liturgies approved or commended by the General Synod for use in RCA congregations.

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Resources currently available in Mandarin.

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Explore resources for new church starts and parent churches.

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Liturgical resources for celebrating the season of Pentecost.

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Topical prayers for use in worship services, and answers to some common questions about prayer.

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Access resources about the Reformed Church in America's beliefs, governance, and more.

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RCA-related resources for congregational use, such as the RCA logo and crest, the Transformed and Transforming logo, and marriage, baptism, and membership certificates, as well as translated resources.

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Resources to help families and congregations celebrate well-known occasions like Advent and Lent as well as less-well-known days like Rural Life Sunday and World Community Day.

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Recursos que están disponibles en español. (Resources currently available in Spanish.)

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Learn how to be a faithful steward of God-given resources—time, talent, and treasure.

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Financial information for church treasurers and administrators.

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Resources to help equip and empower women to fully exercise their gifts in the life, ministry, mission, and offices of the church.

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Worship resources for congregations—litanies, liturgies, suggestions for observing holidays and special occasions, and more.

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We believe youth should be leaders in the church both today and tomorrow. Find ways to connect with youth in your congregation and community.

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