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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Portraits: Rev. George Horner

The historic cities of Geneva and Zurich, Switzerland, where the great reformers Calvin and Zwingli respectively ministered the gospel, were within 100 miles of where George ( the English version of his given name Jurg) lived the first twelve years of his life. But it would be some twenty years after his family emigrated to the USA before he came …

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Portraits: Rev. Steve Altman

I was born on December 24, 1972, in Toledo, Ohio. I was not raised in a Christian home, but by the grace of God, in October of 1993, my in-laws took my wife and me with them to a Christian conference being held in Indianapolis only one week after we were married. While there, I went to hear the testimony …

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Heidelberg—450: Prolegomena – With Reference To The Catechism

Zacharias Ursinus [The following is taken from the Special Prolegomena to Ursinus’s Commentary on the Heidelberg Catechism. In this article we are given some of the basics of catechizing in general and Ursinus’s teaching on the structure and purpose of the Heidelberg Catechism. Having been written in 1563, we are, this year, celebrating the 450th Anniversary of this instructional creed …

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Healed in the Name of Jesus Christ

Acts 3:1–10             Sometimes we have taught our children a little ditty which almost word for word mimics the words that we have before us: Peter and John went to pray, They met a lame man on the way. He asked for alms and held out his palms. And this is what Peter did say: …

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Comfort for the Struggling, Downcast Christian

Rev. Scott Henry To the struggling, downcast Christian, let me begin this article by saying that you are not alone; all Christians struggle in this life—to one degree or another—against particular, besetting sins, trials, temptations, disappointments, tribulation, sickness, and ordinary problems of daily life. In Psalm 34:19 we read the following words: “Many are the afflictions of the righteous, but …

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