The Albany Synod Fellowship Program supports recent seminary graduates as they transition into ministry by providing them with two years of housing, benefits, coaching, and a professional network.
Jacob’s Well interns are more than baristas. They’re helping Bellevue Reformed meet its neighbors.
It’s not about drama and decibels. Instead, a weeklong worship arts camp is awakening faith and changing the landscape of church leadership.
How an aging church got creative and in faith hired a Hispanic church planter
The Classis of the Americas focuses on developing fruitful Hispanic leaders and ministries.
If even one of the four pieces is missing, then the ministry may not be what God wants.
“Ridder is not a project, it’s a process,” says Michael Hardeman. “Leaders need to be transformed in order for the congregation to also transform.”
Joshua Scheid ponders God’s grace, which gave him the courage to raise a daughter and pastor a church—even in his greatest moments of self-doubt.
RCA Today interviews an American megachurch pastor and a Nepali church planter about global church planting and the differences between a parent church and a partner church.
What reading Tod Bolsinger’s Canoeing the Mountains showed Gail Hughes about leading the church in a changing culture.