Children

Abandoned at birth, Lehlohonolo now knows what it means to be loved by a family.

Children as young as ten are becoming full members at Woestina Reformed.

Feeding, tutoring, and caring for children is a no-brainer for the Oshtemo Area Churches.

After 50 years, Cran-Hill Ranch looks different, but its mission has stayed the same.

When school is closed for teachers’ professional activity days, students come to First Reformed Church for a day of fun and learning.

At Fǎrǎ Limite Climbing Gym, Roma kids learn more than how to scale a wall. They learn confidence and life skills—and they discover a more hopeful future in Jesus.

Maplewood Reformed Church beefs up its mentoring program for neighborhood kids—in part because of the transformation the congregation experienced through the Ridder: Churches Learning Change process.

Reformed Church in Kinnelon was in despair over the damaged classroom—until the typically quiet church treasurer spoke up to offer an important reminder.

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

Ashley Stad works with youth as part of Athabasca Reformed Congregation’s ministry among the indigenous people of Calling Lake.