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The new site helps Christians expand their imagination, take action, and deepen their love for Jesus.

Church pews with Bibles and hymnals

As more and more congregations seek renewal, the need for a navigation tool has become increasingly evident. That’s why the CRCNA and RCA are working together to equip churches for more effective ministry.

Robina Winbush presents at an ecumenical workshop at General Synod 2018.

Robina Winbush, director of ecumenical relations in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), died on March 12.

Felix-Theonugraha, 12th president of Western Seminary

Felix Theonugraha will start July 1, taking over from retiring president Tim Brown.

Vision 2020 group meeting

The team has been researching the implications of possible next steps for the RCA. They ask for authentic engagement and feedback on their work.

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Vision 2020 group

An update from the Vision 2020 Team's November meeting. This team is tasked with exploring three different options for the RCA's future.

The blessings of HIS Work Camp reach beyond the recipients of the week of service.

A Colorado church wanted to find a way to do mission more sustainably and meaningfully. So they partnered with a church in Guatemala to help kids.

A church plant in Rochester, Minnesota, is discovering and embracing the gifts of its community.

In the city of brotherly love, Liberti Center City shows the love of Jesus to the people who know it the least and need it the most.

A church plant in Arizona is living the gospel by receiving people seeking asylum and helping them get to places of resettlement.

Japanese Christians in New York City find a church that feels like home. Now they want to bring their faith back to their family and friends in Japan.

A Los Angeles church is preventing domestic violence by teaching its young men to treat women with respect and love.

A Hispanic congregation has taken root and is changing its southern California neighborhood. How? It wasn’t flashy programs—just simple invitations to dinner.

After diplomatic relations were reestablished between the U.S. and Cuba, 21 high schoolers were among the first RCA volunteers to serve the island nation.

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