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Giving from your IRA

For those 70 1/2 or older, there are special tax savings you should know about. As administrations have changed, and tax laws evolved, one benefit for seniors has stood the test of time. It’s the right to make a gift to a church ministry such as the RCUS Endowment Fund directly from your IRA, and

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Baptism at Peace Reformed Church

Joshua Alexander Larson, son of Deacon Jacob Larson and his wife Tatiana, was baptized at Peace Reformed Church (Garner, IA) on January 8, 2023. Ruling Elder John Larson, overseeing the baptism, is Joshua’s grandfather as is Rev. Chuck Muether, who administered the baptism.

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Growing the RCUS III

A Strategic Plan for The Reformed Church In 2019, the Synod created a Strategic Planning Special Committee to review our practices and to suggest ways in which the RCUS can use our limited resources to more faithfully advance the kingdom of God. Two years later, the committee presented its report. It said, in part; “Instead

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GPTS 2023
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GPTS Spring Theology Conference 2023

Register now to join us March 7–9, 2023, for what promises to be an excellent time of teaching, fellowship, and encouragement. This year’s slate of speakers includes professors, alumni, and friends of Greenville Seminary, with Dr. Joel Beeke, Dr. James Dolezal, Dr. Fred Sanders, and Pastor Decherd Stevens joining Dr. Scott Cook, Dr. Ryan M. McGraw,

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Giving Stock: the perfect year-end way to give

3 Benefits of Giving Stock Your generosity can extend the effectiveness and scope of the work of the Reformed Church. If you’re contemplating a year-end gift, consider giving appreciated stock to stretch the value and impact of your support. Not only will you further the important work of the church, but you will also benefit

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RCUS History

On this day, John Philip Boehm was born. Boehm came to American in 1720, and five years later was prevailed upon by the German Reformed settlers in Pennsylvania to become their pastor, though unordained.  In 1725, he wrote a constitution and organized three congregations that would become the present-day Reformed Church in the United States.

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Hope Haven

During this Thanksgiving season, Hope Haven is seeking to bring one more reason for their residents to be thankful. The organization is working to raise $1,000 to purchase a therapeutic swing to help those they serve. To learn more check out their Giving Tuesday Campaign here: https://www.hopehaven.org/blog/giving-tuesday-2022.

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