Fall 2014

Twelve members from Reformed Church of Cortlandtown and their pastor, Amy Nyland, gave their time, energy, and gifts to serve with Habitat for Humanity in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, during Holy Week this year.

One night last winter, the predicted temperature was 13 degrees below zero. Three people who lived on the streets in College Point, New York, a neighborhood in Queens, had a major dilemma. 

There is so much that I can share about my experiences in Israel and Palestine. 

Classis Illiana–Florida has formalized how it supports new church plants.

In April, a newly-formed Chicagoland Kingdom Enterprise Zone (KEZ) served up a feast of information and inspiration to area ministers and church members.

The Regional Synod of the Heartland is serious about Transformed and Transforming. Each regional, congregational, classical, and church leader is being encouraged to consider how the Lord is leading them to implement T and T.

Sarah Van Rees and I just returned from a conference focused on family ministry. A key speaker spoke to us about doing church differently. 

Last year, I was just a small freshman with little to no influence. But our God likes to work through the lowly.

When I was given the opportunity to travel to Israel with the RCA, I came with big expectations.

A missionally focused discipleship approach called 3DM is helping Fellowship Reformed Church in Muskegon, Michigan, recapture a vision for outreach.