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Given the recent visit of Pope Francis to the United States, ecumenical associates from the RCA and other denominations have issued a statement that reflects on what this visit means in our collective search for the unity of the church.

Over the past several weeks, the RCA has supported mission partners and co-workers as they work with refugees across Europe and the Middle East. Carolyn Otterness, who serves with her husband in partnership with the Reformed Church in Hungary, has seen the fruit of this support.

Until recently, Korean-language speakers had no options for RCA ministry training in their native language. Now the MFCA offers a new path to ministry for Korean-speaking students

Pastor John Muñiz believes leadership should be shared. That’s why Second Reformed Church in Jersey City opens its pulpit to preachers within the congregation, encourages higher education, and even offers theological classes.

Faith Church in Indiana is growing. To keep up, it has developed the Leadership Training Residency to train new leaders for ministry.

This year, HIS Work Camp came with extra challenges. But those challenges showed students and staff that God works beyond what they can imagine.

West-Coast church planter Keith Allen felt called to Providence, Rhode Island, the “least Bible-minded” city in the U.S. His biggest challenge was not knowing the culture.

None of the five young pastors in one New York clergy cohort grew up there. But they’ve all come to love serving on the East Coast.

All it takes is one defining moment for a young leader to grow and guide the next generation of the church.

Hospital chaplain Liz Niehoff works in an organ transplant unit. She says her work is anything but easy—but also beautiful, life-giving, and miraculous.

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