In challenging economic times, borrowing churches now have options to relieve loan payments.
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Eddy Alemán reflects on the words of Isaiah in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Plus tips for livestreaming your worship, setting up online giving, and more.
To end silence and stigma around mental illness in the church, RCA Disability Concerns is rolling out a pilot project.
How can churches best connect with their neighbors of other faiths? A joint RCA and CRCNA team is attempting to answer this question.
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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Tom Johnson has added a holiday side-project to his work in Niger as a development specialist.
Members of the RCA’s African American/Black Council respond to the recent tragedies in Ferguson and New York City.
A letter from the senior ministers of the Collegiate Churches of New York regarding grand jury decisions in Ferguson and Eric Garner.
After struggling to overcome post-traumatic stress in her own life, one missionary now makes it her life’s work to help others by leading a trauma-healing ministry.
The National Council of Churches (NCC) met this week in Ferguson, Missouri, where Michael Brown was shot and killed on August 9. A grand jury ruling is expected any day on whether to indict police officer Darren Wilson for the shooting. The NCC issued the statement below ahead of the ruling. Tom De Vries, the RCA’s general secretary, was one of several pastors who helped author this statement.
For Rachel Hashimoto, long-term volunteering in Japan was a great way to learn about the country and the culture there “without having to deal with taxes,” she jokes. But it was more than that, of course—it was a chance to quietly witness to others and share Christ’s love in a country where Christianity is a minority religion.
More and more, people want to volunteer in ways that build relationships with the people they ser
It was the seventh-costliest weather event in United States’ history, with damage estimates exceeding $15 billion and at least 56 deaths. 2011’s Hurricane Irene began as a well-defined tropical wave off western Africa’s coast and grew as it crossed the Atlantic Ocean, smacking into Puerto Rico before veering north.
It began as a journey of discovery in how to become more effective in leadership.