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Members of the 2020 Vision Group will research and identify strategies and consequences for three possible scenarios for the future of the RCA: staying together, radical reconstituting and reorganization, and grace-filled separation.
General Synod 2018 directed the general secretary of the RCA to write a letter to the president of the United States “condemning the separation of immigrant children from their families and strongl
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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.
At a time when community meant everything to Roger and Michele Bird, they left their 3,000-square-foot home and are building a house a third the size. Go figure.
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