The Discipleship priority area of Transformed & Transforming, the RCA’s 15-year vision for ministry, has three new leaders, all of whom bring specific skills and gifts to their part-time positions that they started September 3.
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As the Vision 2020 Team, we met September 19–20, 2019, at the Cenacle Retreat Center in Chicago, Illinois. We did so with the awareness that many people are praying for our work and for our beloved denomination.
“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.
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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Eddy Alemán didn’t expect God to call him to serve as general secretary of a denomination with historic Dutch roots in North America.
Verlyn Boone led a congregation through transition—and then got to see change realized
What the early church has to teach us about multicultural ministry in a diverse world.
Members of Three Bridges Reformed got training so they can volunteer right after disaster strikes.
Churches need to entrust their young people with real leadership roles.
Christians ought to take food security seriously, says Karen Jackson. And that might mean taking political action.
Albany Synod’s mediation team helps churches and classes deal with disagreement.
Lawrence Haddad longed to worship with other Arab Americans—so he started a church.
God knows us—our best and worst sides—and does not forget us.