Posted on: 10/20/06:
CCEF (Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation) has added a special conference rate of $165 for partners, friends and anyone who has registered for the RBA Newsletter. The Annual CCEF conference will be held at the Valley Forge Convention Center in King of Prussia, PA on November 9-12, 2006. The conference focus is Hope for Broken Relationships. Carl Ellis of Project Joseph will be one of the featured speakers. Please click here to register and for any additional details. Also don't forget to please subscribe to the RBA newsletter, if you haven't yet (on the homepage).
Posted on: 08/26/06:
Websites are one of the most critical aspects of any entity. Even though many churches are hesitant or intimidated by the idea of owning and operating a website, this vital aspect of communication will continue to remain strategic for any organization. With this realization, RBA is pleased to announce that we have joined in alliance with MosDeft in order to better meet the needs of the expanding Reformed community, especially churches.
MosDeft is an international, digital multimedia, web-developing company as well as a strategic ministry consulting firm that delivers powerful Internet solutions and creative ideas for the World Wide Web. It is also a high performing Black Reformed owned firm. You can also view MosDeft’s active portfolio here.
If you or someone you know would be interested in having a website designed for their church, business or personal use and would like to take advantage of this competitive and economical service, please email us at email@example.com with MosDeft in the subject. Include a business or personal name, contact number, email, and brief description of the need. Thanks!
Posted on: 04/18/06:
Reformed Blacks of America (RBA) is pleased to announce the launch of the Reformed Theological Seminary African-American Student Recruitment Initiative. This initiative at Reformed Theological Seminary-Orlando (RTS) will provide significant scholarship funding for qualified Reformed African-Americans interested in pursuing a Masters of Divinity as a participant in the African American Imagination and Theology Project. Through prayer and discussion, RTS-Orlando has expressed not only a desire, but also a definite commitment of necessary funds in order to secure such an opportunity for some scholarship applicants.
The foremost purpose of this initiative is to establish a relationship between RTS and Reformed Black churches through the recruitment and education of the students of those congregations. But the initiative is focused also on locating any qualified Reformed African-Americans interested in obtained a Masters of Divinity at a reformed institution.
RBA is currently contacting interested individuals and churches and will soon engage a limited number of churches across the country through travel to respective cities and personal visitation.
If you or someone you know is interested in finding out more about this initiative, please email us at info@ReformedBlacksOfAmerica.org. Please include the subject heading: RTS African-American Initiative. Also, please include the name and contact information (email and phone number) of the interested church(es) and/or individual(s).