How can churches best connect with their neighbors of other faiths? A joint RCA and CRCNA team is attempting to answer this question.
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More than 200 participants gathered in Orlando, Florida, for the mission conference, where they heard dozens of stories from the mission field.
The Vision 2020 Team met again January 23-24 to continue its work discerning the future of the RCA.
The denomination is encouraged to dedicate January 19 as a day of prayer and fasting to discern how to be a Christ-like presence in the midst of conflict and disaster.
The Board of Benefits Services (BOBS) of the RCA has been awarded a second grant to address financial struggles that can impair the ability of pastors to lead congregations effectively.
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Camp Fowler partners with an Uruguayan summer camp and learns again the importance of community.
One Church explores how six RCA members or churches approach one area of ministry. For this issue, and in anticipation of the 2018 General Synod’s celebration of women in ministry, RCA Today talked to six women who have been surprised by God’s call in their lives.
After 50 years, Cran-Hill Ranch looks different, but its mission has stayed the same.
Reformed Church in Kinnelon was in despair over the damaged classroom—until the typically quiet church treasurer spoke up to offer an important reminder.
Don Poest reflects on what it means to live a life of discipleship.
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.
More Heartland churches than ever are participating in Ridder: Churches Learning Change.
A new pilot program in the Far West Region is helping churches grow in the areas of discipleship, church health, and evangelism.