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Update on the Omaha Mission Work

In our last update, I mentioned that Omaha Reformed was experiencing a new thing. Instead of having new members and families come and stay, as we had the first five years of our mission, we had several families either move closer to family, retire, or get assigned to different duty stations. Our numbers were and to a degree are diminished. However, over the last year and a half, we are encouraged that the Lord has brought us a number of individuals and two families. Some of these are already members, while others are still in the process of joining This past Sunday one of these families, Benjamin and Shellie Pratt, by the public profession of faith joined the member- ship of Omaha Reformed Church. We took 4 months going through The Basics of Christianity and the Reformed Faith. During the service, we received them as members and they could join in celebrating the sacrament of the Lord’s Supper. Afterward, we enjoyed a soup-themed fellowship meal at which we welcomed Isaiah Forba back from a three-month deployment. It was a joyful day.

Vermillion Church News

Confirmation was held at Providence Reformed Church, Vermillion, SD on December 11, 20. We rejoice to have the confirmation of Dreaka and Cora Haverhals.

Synod 2024

The 278th meeting of Synod was held at Zion Reformed Church in Menno, South Dakota.

Church News: Ordination

On June 2, Rev. Matthew Dawn was ordained and installed at Peace Reformed Church (Garner, Iowa). Rev. David Dawn gave the charge to the ministerial candidate, Rev. James

Foi & Vie Reformees: March 2024

Dear friends,  A month ago our camp for young adults on the topic Glorify God in your Body took place in the South of France. It brought together

Worship

Christ gave His life in my place on the Cross. I owe Him my whole life in gratitude. We are told that we are to present our “bodies

Introducing the RPCNA

The Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America was organized in Philadelphia in 1798. It has a long history. Nonetheless, understanding the denomination today still requires understanding its roots

Christians for Armenia

Making progress in our translation of the Old Testament  Dear friends,  We are preparing to send the Pentateuch (Genesis to Deuteronomy) to our printer in Yerevan for a

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