More than 200 participants gathered in Orlando, Florida, for the mission conference, where they heard dozens of stories from the mission field.
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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.
A process that starts with staff will also equip churches for thriving, both now and in the future.
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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.
There is beauty in the mess of communion—in the spilling of the wine and the breaking of the bread.
Three people reflect on their trip to Israel and Palestine.
Connecting with other Hispanic churches to revitalize ministry and identify mission opportunities has brought new life to La Senda del Amor.
Churches in Passaic Valley Classis have found a variety of ways to support refugees.
Wes Granberg-Michaelson reflects on how Patterson helped the RCA move closer to a multicultural future freed from racism.
Hidden beneath the city for more than 150 years, a burial ground for Harlem’s earliest black residents is rewriting New York history.
The Reformed Church in America celebrates the life of Ed Mulder, who served the RCA as general secretary from 1983 to 1994. Mulder passed away on May 1, 2018, at 89 years old.
In artist Brian Narcomey’s depiction of Jesus’s final hours before crucifixion, Jesus wears a buffalo robe and streams of living water flow from his shoulder.