“In the RCA, we have been working for years to end racism, and this statement reflects our heart on this issue,” says Eddy Alemán, RCA general secretary.
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August 2019 has been a horrible month for injury and death by gun violence in the United States.
RCA Global Mission is celebrating the past—how it has transformed the world during the last 377 years—and is imagining God’s future for global mission.
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“That was the best worship service I’ve ever been to,” my 10-year-old daughter told me on the way home from church on September 14. I asked her why. “There was something for me to do through the whole service,” she replied.
That day we had held an intergenerational “Back to School Blessing” brunch and worship service at our church, Altamont Reformed Church in Altamont, New York. It was a special service that my family and I will never forget.
Everyone who attends Fultonville Reformed Church has committed himself or herself to the work of welcome. Our small church of approximately 15 active members began to take God’s call to hospitality very seriously. As these members enrich their community—the small, rural, upstate New York village of Fultonville—they also grow closer as the body of Christ.
In Malawi, malnutrition among children under age five, especially in rural communities, is a major cause of death. The Malawi Children's Feeding Program is working to change all that.
Third in our It's Time series, Denise Kingdom Grier shares her perspective on being a bridge.
A church with a long history of raising up leaders and sending missionaries is expressing that heritage of evangelism in a new way—by planting new churches.
In our series of listening to voices of African American, Hispanic, and Asian leaders in the RCA, Eddy Alemán shares his perspective.
Last month, general secretary Tom De Vries responded to recent grand jury decisions in Ferguson and New York, related to the deaths of African American men. Now, it is time to listen to these voices. First, we hear from Abram Hall.
I stepped out of the van and walked the dusty, dry path into the midst of the joyous, energetic singing of the children. I felt anticipation. I had visited here 18 months ago and was eager to see these children. I wondered if I would recognize any familiar faces.