The new site helps Christians expand their imagination, take action, and deepen their love for Jesus.
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As more and more congregations seek renewal, the need for a navigation tool has become increasingly evident. That’s why the CRCNA and RCA are working together to equip churches for more effective ministry.
Robina Winbush, director of ecumenical relations in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), died on March 12.
Felix Theonugraha will start July 1, taking over from retiring president Tim Brown.
The team has been researching the implications of possible next steps for the RCA. They ask for authentic engagement and feedback on their work.
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Every time we gather, we realize that we in pastoral leadership truly need each other. We can’t do this ministry gig alone.
A missionally focused discipleship approach called 3DM is helping Fellowship Reformed Church in Muskegon, Michigan, recapture a vision for outreach.
The past year and a half I have been working with the youth of my church in various ways. I have been overly careful in everything I say and do in order to avoid being misleading or say the wrong thing. After all, one wrong word could ruin the rest of their lives, right?
In a troubled neighborhood along Van Ness Ave. in Fresno, California, gang activity, street crime, and drug abuse are commonplace.
And it’s along this stretch of roadway, which cuts through the heart of the city, where RCA commissioned pastor Raymond Moore and his wife, Tanya, do the work of ministry as leaders of Fresno House Church.
Ministry in Thailand faces huge challenges: crime is rampant, the culture is deeply Buddhist, and Christians are a tiny fraction of the population.
A faith-filled leader helps insure that God’s work continues among the Daasanech people.
I grew up in a Christian home, but to call myself a believing, faith-in-action Christian would be a stretch. My mom constantly told me that God had a purpose for my life, and I truly believed it up until age nine. I believed it so much that if you asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up, I would not have given you the typical firefighter or policeman answer. No, instead I wanted to be a pastor.
At age nine, my father died in a one-car accident and good-intentioned Christians told me things like "God has a plan" or "God must have needed your father more than you did."
These three short words describe a long, deep transformation under way at The Journey, an RCA chu