Always Reforming or Unrecognizable?

By Susan Hetrick I was thinking this week about what it means to be “Reformed, and Always Reforming.” For some reason, a joke popped into my head: A middle aged woman has a heart attack and is taken to the hospital. While on the operating table she has a near death experience. During that experience […]


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Yesterday, Facebook telegraphed the news that the Reformed Church in America is creeping forward in its long process of embracing women’s spiritual gifts. By the approval of a majority of local classis, the elimination of the “Conscience Clause” will come before General Synod for final approval. This provision has allowed those opposing women’s ordination to […]

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