RCA Today shares stories of God's transforming work in the RCA, creating connections and inspiring and equipping people to further transform their churches and communities.
View stories from the Fall 2017 issue.
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Sometimes the best sermons are the ones you only think you heard.
South Branch Reformed Church’s youth group helps kids in need celebrate birthdays.
Here’s what you should know about the big decisions General Synod 2017 made at its annual meeting in June.
Bogart Memorial, already a multiethnic congregation, is working with RCA Church Multiplication to plant a Hispanic congregation within the church.
The Great Lakes Region welcomes its new executive.
With 22 churches spread over 60,000 square miles, Illinois Classis discovers a need for closer ties.
One delegate’s experience at the World Communion of Reformed Churches’ 2017 General Council.
When its first pastor left, River Rock Community Church had to figure a few things out—like whether they’d be able to stay open.
“Ridder is not a project, it’s a process,” says Michael Hardeman. “Leaders need to be transformed in order for the congregation to also transform.”
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The Regional Synod of Albany equips its churches to protect children from sexual assault and abuse.
How alpacas and a warm welcome helped shape a new church’s vision for ministry.
Friends to Friends Community Church makes a point to have as few barriers to worship as possible.
How the process of Faithwalking inspired a new approach to ministry.
Congregations participating in Ridder Church Renewal find the work of change challenging but worthwhile.
How “falling in love with lost people” resulted in unexpected transformation.
Assessing the health of established churches in the Classis of Delaware-Raritan strengthens their ministry.
Kinderhook Reformed Church provides baby clothing for low-income mothers who deliver at the local hospital.