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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A Michigan church partnered with area public high schools to empower students in the fight against injustice. Along the way, they also learned a bit about what it means to be a family.
Transforming Hawaiian Gardens meant changing a generation. So that’s what Barry and Terryl Bruce set out to do.
In the West Bank, an arts camp offers kids the chance for joy—and, just maybe, peace.
It wasn’t until Ann Bilbrew came to Riverdale that she saw a vision for her ministry.
Through the Children and Worship program, one boy in Japan led his mother to faith—and now she’s doing her part to spread the gospel.
In April, a special council of 74 RCA members will gather in Chicago. Their mandate is to seek the guidance of the Holy Spirit to discern “a constitutional pathway forward for the Reformed Church in America to address the questions of human sexuality as it relates to ordination and marriage.”
Oakland, California, is a city divided. Oakland City Church (RCA) is working to change that.
A weekend of fellowship and spiritual women makes a difference for women in the Mid-Atlantics.
In north central New Jersey, one RCA congregation is making a big difference through the simple act of prayer—in many forms.
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