“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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The faces of Camp Sunrise campers light up as greeters hand them brightly colored welcome bags filled with personal care products. The welcome bags and the greeters are from Franklin Reformed Church in Nutley, New Jersey.
A new Explore and Engage process is available for churches to use to learn about the new goal and
In 2010 my husband and I, both pastors, were discerning our next call in ministry. My father’s lung cancer had metastasized, which strengthened my conviction that I could not possibly move away; “I will serve you, God…but it has to be in Michigan.”
Residents at the Reformed Church Home (RCH), a senior care facility in Old Bridge, New Jersey, keep busy—they can participate in exercise programs, do arts and crafts, join a book club, attend classes through a learning program, and attend a variety of live music performances.
Outreach in Wyoming, Michigan, means dealing with poverty. A new mentoring program aims to help kids succeed in school. One year in, it’s seeing some promising results.
Welcome to verdant Bocas del Toro, one of the nine provinces of Panama. Commercialized and touristy in accessible areas, at its heart it’s rainforest—a nutrient-rich, diverse eco-supersystem.
Eighties music—it doesn’t exactly conjure up thoughts of a Lenten concert series, but United Reformed Church in Somerville, New Jersey, has a ministry of music that started in that decade. Back then, it consisted of lunch, a brief worship service, and a concert each Wednesday during Lent.
A pastor is now leading others through a discipleship process that was transformative in his own life.
It seemed like a modest thought: to Google “how to grow grapes from seeds.” WikiHow gave me 10 simple (or not so simple) steps: