A roundup of the top news stories from General Synod 2019
Stay up-to-date with recent stories from RCA congregations, mission news, disaster responses, and much more.
What happened on the last day of synod
Resources from synod and resources related to decisions made at synod 2019
Phil Assink will serve as vice president of General Synod 2020
If two-thirds of classes approve, only a simple majority will be needed for any amendments that next year’s General Synod proposes in response to the Vision 2020 Team’s work.
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When I was given the opportunity to travel to Israel with the RCA, I came with big expectations.
Classis Illiana–Florida has formalized how it supports new church plants.
A leader is a person with a God-given capacity, and a God-given responsibility, who is influencing a specific group of God’s people toward God’s purposes for that group.
God doesn't just give a mission to the church, God calls the church to live their whole lives on mission. The Ridder process helps congregations to reorient themselves toward following that call.
The Regional Synod of the Heartland is serious about Transformed and Transforming. Each regional, congregational, classical, and church leader is being encouraged to consider how the Lord is leading them to implement T and T.
Twelve members from Reformed Church of Cortlandtown and their pastor, Amy Nyland, gave their time, energy, and gifts to serve with Habitat for Humanity in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, during Holy Week this year.
A dozen church leaders came together recently to share best practices. The topic? A pastor’s first call after graduating from seminary. They were laying the groundwork for a new Transformed and Transforming initiative to help ensure success for first-call pastors and the congregations that call them.
It began as a journey of discovery in how to become more effective in leadership.
Last year, I was just a small freshman with little to no influence. But our God likes to work through the lowly.