Leadership

Connecting with other Hispanic churches to revitalize ministry and identify mission opportunities has brought new life to La Senda del Amor.

A conversation with two emerging adults on faith, effective ministry, and being the token young person.

How a study group meeting in a pastor’s living room transformed into a new congregation deeply rooted in Reformed theology.

Cassie Lokker says empowering people with disabilities means inviting them not just into the church building but also into leadership roles.

We thought our marriage might be over. But through some very hard conversations and one long family camping trip, God showed us another way.

Eddy Alemán is a pastor, a church planter, and a nurturer of leaders. He’s also the General Synod Council’s candidate for general secretary, a job with responsibilities that include casting vision for the denomination and overseeing implementation of its mission.

Hidden beneath the city for more than 150 years, a burial ground for Harlem’s earliest black residents is rewriting New York history.

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.