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On Thursday, June 8, General Synod declared Chad Pierce a General Synod professor.
On Thursday, June 8, one day short of 41 years after he was ordained in the RCA, New Brunswick Th
Over the next week, leaders from across the RCA are meeting at Hope College in Holland, Michigan, for General Synod 2017. The first session begins Thursday afternoon, June 8.
The RCA’s executive board, the General Synod Council (GSC), has appointed Don Poest as interim general secretary of the Reformed Church in America.
What we can learn from Jesus’ encounter with the woman caught in adultery
The Regional Synod of Albany equips its churches to protect children from sexual assault and abuse.
As Holly O’Brien and her 11-year-old son Lance discovered, a mission trip can impact you at any age. And its effects last beyond the trip itself.
Their daughter was barely a year old when God asked them to become refugee foster parents to a teenager from Eritrea.
How the process of Faithwalking inspired a new approach to ministry.
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