After Hurricane Irene decimated the area’s only playground, Schoharie Reformed built a new one.
We learned that how we show up defines each of us as a person and as a leader.
What does a bilingual summer camp program look like? At Camp Fowler, it was life-changing.
Despite some arguments to the contrary, short-term mission trips can be positive experiences for both visitors and hosts.
Our faith directs us to be champions for the voiceless, including the natural environment. Many Christians have adopted “green” habits as a result of their faith.
Life is hard—often very hard—for those living under military occupation with continuing land confiscations, restrictions on travel, arbitrary arrests and detention, and ongoing violence.
As one church seeks new methods of outreach, it discovers ways to help victims of human trafficking right in its own community.
Recently, Bethany Reformed Church of Albany had the opportunity to become involved with Family Promise to help care for our neighbors in the Capital Region—and the results have been nothing but transformative.
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.
A summer camp where children learn to sew and to cook? First Reformed Church of Wynantskill thinks it’s a great idea. Their campers create things to share with neighbors in need.