Janssen, a General Synod professor emeritus, passed away due to complications from COVID-19.
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In response to the financial need of churches, the denomination has made assessment adjustments. And, in the U.S., opportunities for relief are also available through the CARES Act.
Two RCA commissions call the church to act in response to prejudices and acts of racism brought forth by COVID-19.
In challenging economic times, borrowing churches now have options to relieve loan payments.
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.
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A change in pastors can be a difficult transition for churches. That’s why Scott Lokers equips transition ministers in the Great Lakes Region.
A Disability Concerns conference focused on how older adults can meaningfully engage in the life of the church.
Daniel Teerman argues for less definition between sacred and secular as pastors explore multiple vocations.
Brett Dood argues for new expectations—for the good of the church and for the people outside the church.
After her husband abused her, Darla Olson knew she needed more than medical care. So she bravely opened up about the experience and sought healing for her spirit, too.
RCA chaplain Derek Vande Slunt shares his first-hand experiences of the days surrounding Hurricane Florence’s landfall.
While the timeline for Hurricane Michael was fast, the damage assessment and rebuilding process will take months, even years.
Cultivate has announced its 2019 volunteer sites, including a new site in Chicago.
When a Supreme Court ruling changed housing requirements for people with disabilities, one residential facility and its chaplain ensured that everyone had a home—and a church—to call their own.