Heartland

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It’s not your standard leadership training program. In the words of Al Hassler, an elder at Rockhills Church (RCA) in San Antonio, Texas, it’s “organic.”

Native American leaders in the Heartland receive training to serve in churches through a partnership with the Christian Reformed Church in North America.

What better place to explore a biblical connection to identity than in the land where the Israelites wrestled with it? That’s what intergenerational mentoring pairs did this summer.

God brought Douglas Freeman to the right spot at the right time for ministry.

An intergenerational group from the Synod of the Heartland is traveling to Israel.  

Tom Smith, the Synod of the Heartland ministry coordinator, reflects on what it means to be fully alive.

The congregation of Trinity Reformed is learning how to read the Bible. It’s a simple step with far-reaching results.

Last July, about 350 middle school youth and adult leaders came together at William Jewell College in Liberty, Missouri, for Power Connection Work Camp. There they were equipped and sent to ministries throughout the Kansas City area.