September – October 2023 | Reformed Herald

September – October 2023 | Reformed Herald

Our World Mission

News on our RCUS Foreign Ministries Diaconal Support Dear brothers and sisters, First and foremost, we want to thank you all for your generous gifts to God’s people around the world. Often, we are asking for funds but fail to thank God’s people. Because of your generosity, a Reformed College and Church were built in […]

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2023 Heidelberg Youth Camp

HYC is what most young people in the RCUS consider to be the highlight of their year, and HYC 2023 did not disappoint. With 136 campers attending this year, there was no lack of fun and excitement. This year also marked Matt and Heather Fickbohm’s 10th year as the dynamic duo in charge of HYC!

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If God is Sovereign, Why Pray?

Have you ever asked yourself, “If God is sovereign, if He knows all things, why pray?” This is a very common question. Very common. Usually it’s phrased, “If God already knows all things and knows what we need before we ask, why pray?” This is what our Lord said in the Sermon on the Mount

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Under the Shadow of the Almighty

He who dwells in the secret place of the Most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the LORD, ‘He is my refuge and my fortress; My God, in Him I will trust.’” (Psalm 91:1-2). Suffering, sickness, trials, tribulation, tears, and death are all part of this fallen world

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Living on the Edge

Living on the Edge

The Bible is many things, but people who read it seriously could not call it boring. Some chapters are repetitive or lists of names, but as a whole the Bible is quite dramatic. In the history it tells and the characters it portrays there’s a lot of excitement. But it also reveals the drama in

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