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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CEDF Project

By Mr. Jerry DeYoung We would like to start with a report received from Rev. Kabongo in September of this year. After reporting on the work of their synod meeting, he reported on the Congo Economic Development Fund as follows: As time went, some of the projects supported by the RCUS through Providence Congregation in Lodi died out. Most of …

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The Involvement of the Entire Trinity in our Prayers

It has been said that when the Lord was pleased to convert us by His sovereign grace, He brought us into the circle of the Trinity, in terms of communication. He, as our Triune God, communicates with us through His Word and we communicate with Him through our words, that is, through prayer. Our ability to hear our Triune God …

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The Structure of Prayer

Our Model Our Lord Jesus Christ, in response to the request from His disciples to teach them to pray, gave us a wonderful gift that has been traditionally referred to as the Lord’s Prayer (Luke 11:1–4). It is both a model prayer (“after this manner”—Matthew 6:13) and an example (“say”—Luke 11:2–4). Through this prayer, He gave us biblical principles as …

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Portraits: Rev. Travis Grassmid

My grandfather, Joe Grassmid, first arrived on the shores of the United States in 1913 at the age of twelve. The entire family, two parents and nine children (Joe being the youngest), were leaving Friesland (part of the Netherlands), having secured transport aboard the Titanic; just before departure, however, one of the girls became very sick, and they were forced …

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Portraits: Rev. J. P. Mosley

Rev. J. P. Mosley Jr. was born to Joseph Paul Mosley, Sr. and Patricia Mosley on September 29, 1984, in Nashville, TN. Although born and raised in Nashville, Rev. Mosley had a broad cultural experience due to people who move to Nashville in order to make it big in the music industry. He also experienced many different Christian church traditions, …

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