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.
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Kids of RCA missionaries open up about their childhoods, their feelings about inhabiting a third-culture space, and how they’ve seen God at work.
Christianity deeply influenced the traditional Japanese ritual, say RCA missionaries Nathan and Nozomi Brownell.
A weekly ministry in South Florida offers hospitality each Saturday to 75 to 100 persons without homes. But it also ministers to the volunteers who find that their own lives have changed as a result.
Reach the disconnected; grow the connected. These words have shaped the vision and mission of a multisite RCA church in Indiana.
The Albany Synod Fellowship Program supports recent seminary graduates as they transition into ministry by providing them with two years of housing, benefits, coaching, and a professional network.
Jacob’s Well interns are more than baristas. They’re helping Bellevue Reformed meet its neighbors.
Trying to meet the immediate needs of the millions of people affected by Hurricane Harvey was a daunting task, but three RCA churches in the immediate vicinity were up for the challenge.
Fujian Evangelical Church has a long history of mission. Its own roots date back to the 1840s in Xiamen, China.
Ashley Stad works with youth as part of Athabasca Reformed Congregation’s ministry among the indigenous people of Calling Lake.
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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.