The Reformed Church in the United States (RCUS) is a communion of Christian churches in the Reformed tradition. We stand on the great Reformation principles of salvation by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone, according to the Scriptures alone, to the glory of God alone.

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Update on the RCUS’ work in the Congo

Congo Update The planting of seed in the Congo got a bit of a late start because the tractor owner had other places to work before he could come back and disc up the soil in preparation for planting. In God’s Providence, this was a blessing because it hadn’t rained yet. Normally rains start in mid August. Treated corn, soy …

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Reader Responses

[Note: This is the most recent response I have received to the Editorial in the July-August, 2014 issue. – Editor] Why am I here, reading the Reformed Herald? Why am I a member of a Reformed church? The simple answer is because God had so predestined it. Having made known unto us (me) the mystery of his will, according to …

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Pastor Portraits: Rev. Phillip (Phil) Poe

I now realize that I have been around for awhile! I was born in August of 1947. My father, Paul Poe, had returned from WWII and married his high school crush, Margaret Oglesby. They took up farm life near Williamsville, IL, where four brothers and I grew up. I am the oldest son. Mom always wanted a daughter but it …

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Pastor Portraits: Rev. L. Dale Clark

The Lord began with me in 1955 knitting me in my mother’s womb. He saw my safe arrival into this world on March 5, 1956, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. My grandparents came to Canada from the United States to homestead, and I was the firstborn son of my parents. I grew up as any Canadian boy playing hockey and baseball …

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Pastor Portraits: Rev. Jon Blair

“Take care of my grandson, he’s going to be a preacher some day!” That startling statement was made by my grandmother over thirty years ago, when I introduced to her my bride to be. Insofar as I can recall, the thought of being a minister had never crossed my mind up to that point. Little did we know what the …

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