RCA Today: Fall 2015

RCA Today shares God's transforming work in the RCA, creating connections and equipping and inspiring people to further transform their churches and communities.

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From this issue:

Learning to Lead, Locally

When Ryan Bajema started working as director of youth ministries at First Reformed Church in Lynden, Washington, he never imagined he’d one day become the senior pastor.

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Building a Pastor

Irreconcilable differences? Hardly! The RCA and CRC cooperate many times along Derek Noorman’s path to ministry.

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Giving Thanks

Third Reformed Church in Pella, Iowa, blesses God for many gifts.

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Learning Together to Lead Children

The Synod of the Heartland pilots a new Children and Family Ministry Leadership Collaborative. The collaborative equips children’s directors to lead effectively.

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From the General Secretary: Daring to Lead

All it takes is one defining moment for a young leader to grow and guide the next generation of the church.

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“Abundantly Far More”

This year, HIS Work Camp came with extra challenges. But those challenges showed students and staff that God works beyond what they can imagine.

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Regional Synod of Canada news items

Read updates from the Regional Synod of Canada.

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Waking Up in Iraq

An invitation to visit to Iraq made Ron Opmeer nervous. He prepared himself for the worst. But once he arrived, he was amazed.

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My Voice: Encountering God along the Amazon

Six months on the Amazon River gave Nicole VacaGuzman new appreciation for God and God’s people.

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When All’s Said and Done

As John Kapteyn nears his retirement as the executive secretary of the Regional Synod of Canada, he reflects on his work, his calling as a minister, and his life as a follower of Christ.

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