An update from the Vision 2020 Team's November meeting. This team is tasked with exploring three different options for the RCA's future.
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While the timeline for Hurricane Michael was fast, the damage assessment and rebuilding process will take months, even years.
RCA chaplain Derek Vande Slunt shares his first-hand experiences of the days surrounding Hurricane Florence’s landfall.
Cultivate has announced its 2019 volunteer sites, including a new site in Chicago.
“She was a great encourager—that’s one of her greatest legacies.”
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The group will examine three possible scenarios for the denomination’s future and make a recommendation to General Synod 2020
Synod celebrates Allan Janssen's retirement from New Brunswick Theological Seminary
The two denominations will also hold several joint sessions
At Fǎrǎ Limite Climbing Gym, Roma kids learn more than how to scale a wall. They learn confidence and life skills—and they discover a more hopeful future in Jesus.
Three people reflect on their trip to Israel and Palestine.
Reformed Church in Kinnelon was in despair over the damaged classroom—until the typically quiet church treasurer spoke up to offer an important reminder.
Connecting with other Hispanic churches to revitalize ministry and identify mission opportunities has brought new life to La Senda del Amor.
Don Poest reflects on what it means to live a life of discipleship.
One Church explores how six RCA members or churches approach one area of ministry. For this issue, and in anticipation of the 2018 General Synod’s celebration of women in ministry, RCA Today talked to six women who have been surprised by God’s call in their lives.
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