Transformed & Transforming

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

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

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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.

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Meredith Drive Reformed is using cultural agility to bridge generation gaps. Here’s what they’ve learned so far.

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The Regional Synod of Albany gathered to celebrate ministry among its congregations.

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Louis Lotz sees the grace of God in little moments and unexpected places.

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Churches in Passaic Valley Classis have found a variety of ways to support refugees.

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Through small groups, First Church helps its members increase their faith in Jesus and their boldness to share about God’s work in their lives.

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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.

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

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