Case Statement

The World Reformed Fellowship: A Brief Case Statement 


Why a World Reformed Fellowship? 

The mission of the World Reformed Fellowship is to promote understanding, cooperation and sharing of resources among our membership of evangelical and reformed Christians in the advancement of the Gospel.   

The vision of the WRF is simple - "That the strengths of some might become the strengths of all in the service of Jesus Christ" (see Paul's prayer in Ephesians 4: 11 - 13).

The Biblical and Confessional Foundation of the World Reformed Fellowship 

The WRF vision is to live out one of the clearly stated but often neglected themes of the great Reformed confessions of the church. The Westminster Confession of Faith (XXV, 2) affirms that there is "a visible universal church which consists of all those throughout the world that profess the true religion." The Belgic Confession (Article 27) emphasizes that "the one single catholic or universal church . . . is not confined, bound, or limited to a certain place or certain persons. But it is spread and dispersed throughout the entire world." 

While specific regional or national expressions of the universal church do, in many ways, embody characteristics of the Body of Christ, there are other characteristics of that Body which transcend those expressions. It is those other characteristics that the WRF seeks to set forth in its commitments and in its activities.

The Affirmations of the World Reformed Fellowship

  • The essence of the true religion (and of Reformed theology) is adoration and worship of the Triune God - Father, Son, and Holy Spirit
  • This Triune God is worthy of the praise and service of all of creation
  • Christians in many places and many denominations who share these first two commitments will find their worship and service of the Lord God enhanced by contact with others of like mind

The Formal Doctrinal Basis of the World Reformed Fellowship

  • We affirm the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments to be the God-breathed Word of God, without error in all that it affirms.
  • We stand in the mainstream of the historic Christian Faith in affirming the following catholic creeds of the Early Church: The Apostles Creed, the Nicene Creed, and the Chalcedonian Definition.
  • More specifically, every voting member of the WRF affirms one of the following historic expressions of the Reformed Faith: The Gallican Confession, The Belgic Confession, The Heidelberg Catechism, The Thirty-Nine Articles, The Second Helvetic Confession, The Canons of Dort, The Westminster Confession of Faith, the London Confession of 1689, or the Savoy Declaration.  

The Services of the World Reformed Fellowship

For those who share our affirmations and our doctrinal base, the World Reformed Fellowship seeks to provide:

  • A network for communication and sharing of ministry resources among such Christians
  • A forum for dialogue among such Christians on current issues
  • The opportunity for such Christians from one region of the world to share their unique spiritual and theological perspectives with such Christians from other regions of the world, all within the framework of the evangelical Reformed faith
  • Regular occasions, some for such Christians in specific regions of the world and some for such Christians world-wide, to come together for worship and dialogue and resource-sharing 

The Structure and the By-Laws of the World Reformed Fellowship 

The WRF holds General Assemblies at least once every four years. The most recent General Assembly met in Edinburgh, Scotland, in April of 2010. The next General Assembly will be held in Sao Paulo, Brazil, from March 23 through March 27, 2015. At General Assemblies, all WRF members vote on major policy issues and elect the members of the WRF Executive Committee. Also at General Assemblies, issues of importance for the evangelical Reformed church world-wide are addressed. 

 

THE WORLD REFORMED FELLOWSHIP

Bylaws
 


As Ratified by 3rd General Assembly
Edinburgh, Scotland
April 14, 2010 

and 

As Amended by the Board of Directors 
March 29 – 31, 2010
Bethesda, Maryland

and
 

As Further Amended by the Board of Directors
April 24 – 26, 2012
Sydney, Australia

and
 

As Further Amended by the Board of Directors
October 21 – 24, 2013
Potchefstroom, South Africa

PREAMBLE

With gratitude to God, the International Reformed Fellowship joined the World Fellowship of Reformed Churches in October 2000 which then changed the name to World Reformed Fellowship.  Both fellowships were formed in the early nineteen nineties to seek to promote the Reformed faith as a witness to the world of the Sovereignty of God in the redemption of his people through the Lord Jesus Christ.  This people of God, with diversified cultural and ethnic backgrounds, are one in Christ.  God has enabled us to express the unity of the church in the bonds of peace through cooperative agreements, having the same biblical, evangelical and missionary vision.  Thus, believing that these are but expressions of a well thought out Reformed perspective, we would invite other Reformed churches, agencies, institutions and individuals to join with us under the following principles. 

The World Reformed Fellowship makes the distinction of being a fellowship, not a council.  The World Reformed Fellowship recognizes that barriers of distance, culture and language often make it difficult for a church to develop and maintain binding ties with a church or churches of another country, which is essential to the conciliar model.  A fellowship provides the context in which churches, ministries and institutions may become acquainted with each other, and where their leaders may develop friendships and trusting relationships leading to closer, mutually beneficial cooperation.  Members of a fellowship are not obligated formally to be responsible for one another’s positions or actions, but in an atmosphere of free association, may lovingly influence each other toward greater consistency in biblical faith and witness. 


ARTICLE 1   NAME

The name of this organization shall be The World Reformed Fellowship, hereafter WRF. 


ARTICLE 2       AFFILIATION


The WRF shall function in association with the World Evangelical Alliance. 

 
ARTICLE 3       PURPOSE


The purpose of WRF shall be to promote Reformed partnerships worldwide, including in the following ways:


A.  to promote Reformed thinking and a Reformed world and life view, 


B.  to inform and encourage churches and people who embrace the Reformed faith,


C.  to provide a network for communication and the sharing of ministry resources, 


D.  to provide a forum for dialogue on current issues, 


E.  to offer direction to the evangelical Reformed community,
 

F. to promote evangelization in the Reformed tradition, and   


G.  to maintain, strengthen promote, and defend the sound doctrines and biblical and theological tenets that distinguish us as Reformed Christians.  


ARTICLE 4       DOCTRINAL BASIS

 

A.         We affirm the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments as the authoritative, God-breathed Word of God, without error in all that it affirms.

B.         We stand in the mainstream of the historic Christian Faith in affirming the following catholic creeds of the Early Church: The Apostle’s Creed, the Nicene Creed, and the Chalcedonian Definition. 

C.         More specifically, every voting member of the WRF affirms one of the following historic expressions of the Reformed Faith: The Gallican Confession, The Belgic Confession, The Heidelberg Catechism, The Thirty Nine Articles, The Second Helvetic Confession, The Canons of Dort, The Westminster Confession of Faith, the London Confession of 1689, the Savoy Declaration or the WRF Statement of Faith.* 

* Until a General Assembly of the WRF approves this change to the bylaws, all WRF membership applications which identify the WRF Statement of Faith as the only one which the candidate for membership affirms and which are approved will be clearly marked in WRF records and in communications to the new members as “provisional.”  If this change to the bylaws is not approved by the 2015 General Assembly, provisional members will be notified that they will need to identify a different one of our approved doctrinal statements or else have their provisional WRF membership terminated.  Provisional members will not be eligible to vote on this matter at the 2015 General Assembly.  


ARTICLE 5       MEMBERSHIP AND VOTING

A. Membership is comprised of those who apply for such membership and who meet the qualifications stated below (under this Section “A.” and the next Section “B.”).   The cost for such membership will be determined by the Board of Directors.  It is available to individuals, to organizations, to congregations, and to denominations.

1.  INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS:  Individuals must complete an individual membership form. 

All individual members are entitled to receive the regular e-newsletter, they are listed on the WRF website, and they are entitled to attend and vote at the General Assemblies of the organizations.

All individual members will be listed on the WRF website (unless they request not to be listed) and are entitled to attend and vote at the General Assemblies of the WRF.

Individual members are encouraged to contribute financially to the work of the WRF, to pray for the work of the WRF, and to share their personal ministry experiences with other WRF members for the benefit of those members.


2.  DENOMINATIONAL, CONGREGATIONAL, AND ORGANIZATIONAL MEMBERS:  To apply for membership as a denomination, a congregation, or an organization, an authorized individual within the organization must complete a group membership form.

Denominational, congregational, and organizational members are listed on the WRF website (unless they request not to be listed).  Their representatives  are entitled to attend and vote at the General Assemblies of the WRF and their contact persons  are urged to submit materials for possible posting on the WRF website.  Denominational members are especially urged to provide to the International Director full reports on actions taken at all of their official plenary meetings, with the understanding that these material may be posted on the WRF website for the information and edification of all WRF members around the world.

The contact persons for denominational, congregational, and organizational members  are expected to make certain that the International Director is kept informed of any significant changes to the information provided on the original application form.

Denominational, congregational, and organizational members are encouraged to contribute financially to the work of the WRF and to pray for the work of the WRF.

B.  All initial membership applications must be approved by the Board of Directors. This authority may be delegated to the International Director.  Appeals of the decisions of the International Director may be made to the Board of Directors.

C.  For purposes of voting on proposed changes to the purpose statement or the doctrinal basis of the WRF, the WRF shall have a bicameral system of governance:   (1) a body composed of individual members and of representatives from member congregations and member organizations and  (2)   a body composed of representatives from denominational members. 

In order for changes to the WRF purpose statement (Article 3), or the doctrinal basis of the WRF (Article 4), or to this article (Article 5)  to be approved, both of the above bodies must vote in the affirmative by a two thirds majority.  No proxy voting will be allowed.  Thus, an organization which is entitled to two votes must actually have two officially designated representatives present at the General Assembly at the time a vote is taken in order for those two votes to be cast.  No individual may vote more than once.  Thus, if a person is both an individual member of the WRF and an officially certified representative of a denominational or a congregational or an organizational member of the WRF,  that person may vote either as an individual or as a representative but not as both.

The decision regarding the category into which any applicant is placed is made by the Board and this decision may be delegated to the International Director of to a subcommittee of the Board.

             
D.   Denominations, congregations, and organizations shall be allowed representation for voting according to the following formulas:

1. The number of representatives of denominations and congregations that are allowed to vote shall be based on total number of ordained ministers (active or retired) listed in the official records of the denomination or the congregation. 

2. The number of representatives of an organization that are allowed to vote shall be based on total number of full-time employees listed in the official records of the organization.

3.  Denominations or congregations with 1000 or more ordained ministers shall be entitled to five votes.  Denominations or congregations with between 500 and 999 ordained ministers shall be entitled to four votes. Denominations or congregations with between 200 and 499 ordained ministers shall be entitled to three votes.  .  Denominations or congregations with between 50 and 199 ordained ministers shall be entitled to two votes.  Denominations or congregations with between 1 and 49 ordained ministers shall be entitled to one vote. 

4.  Organizations with 1000 or more full-time employees shall be entitled to five votes.  Organizations with between 500 and 999 full-time employees shall be entitled to four votes. Organizations with between 200 and 499  full-time employees shall be entitled to three votes.   Organizations with between 50 - 199 full-time employees shall be entitled to two votes.  Organizations with between 1 and 49 full-time employees shall be entitled to one vote. 

5.  The official representatives of denominations, congregations, and organizations must be identified in writing by an authorized officer of the specific denomination, congregation, or organization at least one month prior to the opening of a General Assembly.  It is the responsibility of each official representative of a denomination, a congregation, or an organization to provide to the satisfaction of the WRF Board their authority to be such a representative.  The communication identifying these representatives must be sent to the International Director of the WRF and must demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Board the number of votes to which the denomination, congregation, or organization is entitled.  The Secretary of the WRF Board will provide, at the beginning of the General Assembly, identifying materials for all official representatives.


ARTICLE 6   THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND THE REGIONAL BOARDS


There shall be a Board of Directors, regional boards, and an Advancement Advisory Board.

A.  The Board of Directors

1. Composition of the Board of Directors

The Board of Directors shall be comprised of no more than 35 members, elected by the General Assembly by a simple majority, upon the nomination of the retiring Board of Directors.  Following the General Assembly, the new Board of Directors shall meet and elect its officers, namely, a chairman, a vice chairman, a secretary and a treasurer.  The International Director shall be a non-voting ex-officio member of the Board of Directors but may not serve as one of the officers.  The Chairman of the Board of Directors and the International Director shall serve as ex-officio members of the regional boards, the Advancement Advisory Committee, and all other committees and commissions established by WRF. As such they should be notified in advance of all meetings of these boards and committees where official business will be conducted and either or both may attend such meetings.

2.  Responsibilities of the Board of Directors

The responsibilities of the Board of Directors include the following:

a.  Supervising the ongoing operations of World Reformed Fellowship.

b.  Selecting, evaluating, determining the job description and remuneration of and terminating the services of the International Director. 

c.  Approving the annual budget of the WRF.

d.  Developing policies and programs of the WRF and maintaining an up-to-date Manual of Operations and Policies

f.  Establishing the dates, venues and programs for all General Assemblies.  

g.  Enhancing communication, collaboration and cooperation among members of the WRF. 

h.  Addressing specific issues (such as doctrinal matters) which may be brought to the attention of the Board of Directors by any of the members of the WRF. 

i.  Appointing commissions and committees which it deems to be helpful in conducting the work of the Board of Directors and/or the WRF. All commissions, committees and boards shall act “for” the WRF Board of Directors only as authorized by the Board and shall report to the Board of Directors at least annually.

j.  Having authority to make changes to the bylaws of the WRF between General Assemblies (except Article 3 {The Purpose of the WRF}, Article 4 {The Doctrinal Basis of the WRF},  Article 5 {voting provisions at General Assemblies) and Article 6. A. 1. {Procedure for election of the Board of Directors}.

k.  Nominating individuals for election to the Board of Directors.  [See details under 9. C. below.]

3.   Meetings of the Board of Directors: 

The Board of Directors shall meet at least annually.


a.  A quorum for meetings of the Board of Directors shall be a majority of the members present and voting.  This shall apply whether the meetings are in person or by electronic conference connection. 


b.  Meetings of the Board of Directors may be called by the Chairman of the Board of Directors, by the International Director, or by the written request of at least five of its members.  A minimum of 30 days notice shall be required for meetings of the Board of Directors. 


c.  Board of Directors members who fail to attend two meetings without excuse may be removed.  Between General Assemblies, the Board of Directors may replace members as necessary, taking into account regional distribution.


B.  The regional boards 

1.  The composition of the regional boards

The WRF encourages and supports the development of regional WRF Boards around the world.  Any Board member may bring to the Board a proposal for the development of a regional board in a specific area of the world.  Any such proposal must include the names of the individuals who would serve on such a regional board and those individuals must already be either individual members of the WRF or members of denominations, congregations, or organizations which are members of the WRF.  The membership on and the work of all regional boards will be reviewed by the WRF Board at each of its annual meetings. 

The Chair of the Board of Directors and the International Director of the WRF are ex-officio members of all regional boards and will be invited to attend all meetings of the regional boards.

2.  The responsibilities of the regional boards. 

a.  Planning and implementing ministry and fellowship opportunities for members  within their own regions.

b.  Soliciting both individual and group members for the WRF within their various regions.

c.  Urging financial and prayer support for the WRF from within their various regions.   

d. Bringing to the WRF Board of Directors an understanding of developments and opportunities for ministry and fellowship in their various regions. 

e.  Bringing to the local areas an understanding of developments and opportunities for ministry in other regions. 

f.  Identifying ministry needs in their region with which other regions might provide assistance.

g.  Recruiting members for their own boards, with no more than two individuals on any board from the same local church or ministry.

h.   Recommending to the Board of Directors (serving as the Nominating Committee) members of the regional boards to be considered to serve on the WRF Board of Directors.  

C.  The Advancement Advisory Board

1.  The composition of the Advancement Advisory Board

The International Director shall bring to each meeting of the Board of Directors a proposal for individuals to serve on the Advancement Advisory Board for the following year.  Each person proposed for the Advancement Advisory Board must be either an individual member of the WRF or a member of a denominations, a congregation, or an organization which is a member of the WRF.   The Chair of the Board of Directors and the International Director of the WRF are ex-officio members of the Advancement Advisory Board and will be invited to attend all meetings of the Advancement Advisory Board.  All members of the WRF Board of Directors are expected to assist the Advancement Advisory Board in its work.  

2.  The responsibilities of the the Advancement Advisory Board

a.  Raising funds to support the work of the WRF.

b.  Advising both the WRF Board of Directors and the regional boards with regard to the kinds of activities, consistent with the WRF’s purposes, which are most likely to attract funding.

c.  Advising both the WRF Board of Directors and the regional boards with regard to the best ways to promote the work of the WRF (on the website, through the e-newsletter, through press releases, etc.).

d.  Recommending to the WRF Board of Directors individuals who might be considered for membership on the Advancement Advisory Board. 

e.  Recommending to the Board of Directors (serving as the Nominating Committee) members from the Advancement Advisory Council to be considered to serve on the WRF Board of Directors.  

 

ARTICLE 7        THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE


The WRF Board of Directors shall appoint an Executive Committee to carry out the responsibilities of the WRF between meetings

A.  Composition of the Executive Committee

The Executive Committee shall be composed of the officers, namely, the Chairman, the Vice Chairman, the Secretary, the Treasurer, and not more than five more directors chosen by the Board of Directors, plus the International Director and the Chief Financial Officer (CFO).    

B.  Responsibilities of the Executive Committee

1.  The Executive Committee shall be responsible to carry out the responsibilities of the Board of Directors in the interim between meetings of the Board of Directors. The Executive Committee may take any actions which the Board of Directors may take except revising the bylaws of the WRF and hiring or firing the International Director or the Associate International Director.


2.  In order to aid the International Director in his tasks, the Executive Committee shall:

a.  act as advisors to the International Director,

b.  offer preliminary approval of the International Director’s actions, where such approval would be advisable, pending the next meeting of the Executive Committee, 

c.  act as a personnel committee to review and evaluate the work of the International Director, and make recommendations regarding the International Director’s remuneration to the Board of Directors, and

d.  aid the process of communication and understanding among WRF members. 

3.  The Executive Committee shall appoint an Audit Committee on recommendation from the CFO to audit the financial records of the WRF.

C.  Meetings of the Executive Committee. The Executive Committee shall meet not more than six times per year.  A quorum shall be no less than three members.

  

ARTICLE 8          THE INTERNATIONAL DIRECTOR

A.  The International Director carries out the decisions of the Board of Directors, assists the regional boards, recruits and seeks to motivate the Advancement Advisory Board, raises funds for and promotes the work of the WRF, and provides logistical support for General Assemblies.

B.  The International Director will also bring to the Board of Directors, the regional boards, and the Advancement Advisory Board any proposals which he believes will enhance the ministry of the WRF.

C.  The International Director is the voice of the WRF.

D.  The International Director is an ex officio member of the Board of Directors and reports to that Board.  He shall serve as an ex-officio member of all regional boards and of the Advancement Advisory Board. (See Articles 6. B. 1. and 6. C. 1.).    

E.  The International Director shall be elected and may be replaced by the Board of Directors (see Article 6. A.,2., b.).  His term shall normally continue until the closing of the next General Assembly.  In the event of his death or resignation between meetings of the Board, the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors shall be empowered to appoint an Interim International Director who shall hold the position until the next meeting of the Board of Directors, at which time,  the Interim appointment shall either be ratified or changed by the Board.


ARTICLE 9       GENERAL ASSEMBLIES

A.   A General Assembly of the WRF shall ordinarily meet at least once every 4 years.  The General Assembly of WRF shall be called by the Board of Directors with a 6 month written notice.  A special meeting of the General Assembly may be called with a 3 month written notice.  Since the World Evangelical Alliance meets approximately every 6 years, the Board of Directors shall plan to schedule the meetings of WRF to coincide with that of WEA when possible.

B.   The matters to be voted on by the General Assembly will include the following:

1.  The election of the Board of Directors.

2.  The Purpose Statement of the WRF (Article 3), in bicameral session.

3.  The Doctrinal Basis of the WRF (Article 4), in bicameral session.

4.  Any proposed changes to Articles 3., 4., 5., (in bicameral session) and 6. A. 1 (in plenary session) of the bylaws.

5.  Reception and approval of the audited financial accounts of the WRF.

C.  Parliamentary Rules for General Assemblies, Board, Commissions and Committees:

1.  Majority votes of members present are the ultimate rule with the following exceptions:  Changes to the Purpose Statement of the WRF (Article 3 above) and to the Doctrinal Basis of the WRF (Article 4. above) must be approved by a two thirds majority of both bodies described in Article 5. D. above.

2.  The Chairman of the Board of Directors leads and rules in regard to questions about process/procedure; but a procedural decision by the Chairman may be challenged by any member present and can be overruled by a majority vote of the members present.

3.  Any member present may request a private ballot vote on any decision and a private ballot vote shall be made upon the request of any member present. 

D.  Nominations and Election Procedures:

1.  The Board of Directors serving as the Nominating Committee, shall ask the Executive Committee to prepare a list of nominees to be elected at the General Assembly to serve on the Board of Directors of WRF.  They shall take into consideration the evaluations of current members of the Board of Directors and the overall value and involvement of all potential members.

2.   The  Board shall seek nominations from the membership of WRF, which should include a brief statement of the candidate, the consent of the nominee and willingness to serve if elected.  Such candidates must be individual members of the WRF.  The slate shall be presented and approved by the Board of Directors acting as the Nominating Committee which then shall be distributed to the membership at large at least one month prior to the General Assembly. 

 3.  Additional nominations may be made by WRF members.  Any such additional nominations must be submitted in writing (by either e-mail or hard copy) and must be received by the International Director or the Chairman of the Board no later than one week prior to the date on which the General Assembly is scheduled to begin.  Such nominations must be placed in opposition to a specific nominee on the slate presented by the Board of Directors.  Such nominations must  include a brief statement regarding the nominee, their consent to be nominated, and their statement of willingness to serve if elected.   All such candidates must be individual members of the WRF even though they may also be members of a denomination, a congregation, or an organization which is a WRF member.    

4.  The time for the election shall be the during the second business session of the Assembly.  Only those members present on the floor of the Assembly shall be eligible to vote.  The voting procedures may be conducted either by voice vote or by use of ballots.  


ARTICLE 10      BOARD OF TRUSTEES

The Board of Directors shall serve as the Board of Trustees of WRF.



ARTICLE 11       DISSOLUTION 

No trustee shall possess any property right in or to property of the corporation.  In the event the corporation holds any property upon its dissolution or winding up, after paying or adequately providing for the debts and obligations of the corporation, the trustees shall distribute all remaining property to an existing evangelical and Reformed fellowship which is a qualified 501(c)(3) organization in the United States of America.  In no event shall any earning or other property of the corporation be distributed to or inure to the benefit of any trustee, former trustee, or officer of the corporation, private individual, either directly or indirectly.  


ARTICLE 12       AMENDMENT OR SUSPENSION OF BYLAWS

These bylaws may be amended or suspended by a majority vote of the Board of Directors with the following exceptions:  A.  the purpose statement of the organization (Article 3) and the doctrinal basis of the organization (Article 4)  may be suspended or changed only by a two-thirds vote by both of the WRF bicameral bodies at a meeting of a General Assembly; B. membership and voting regulations (Article 5) may be suspended or changed only by a majority vote by both of the WRF bicameral bodies at a meeting of a General Assembly; and C.  The procedure for election of members of the Board of Directors (Article 6. A. 1.) may be suspended or changed only by a simple majority vote of a General Assembly in a plenary session.

 

Much of the work of the WRF is carried out by its three Commissions and its six Regional Boards.

  • The Commission on Theological Education is chaired by Dr. Ric Cannada, Chancellor and CEO of Refrormed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Florida, and by Dr. Davi Gomes, President of Andrew Jumper Theological Seminary in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The responsibility of this Commission is to identify theological education resources among WRF members and to develop channels of communication and cooperation among WRF members so that those resources can be shared and the cause of evangelical Reformed theological education advanced around the world. 
  • The Commission on Theology is chaired by Dr. Andrew McGowan, Principal of the Highland Theological College in Dingwall, Scotland. The primary responsibility of this Commission is to develop a consistently Reformed and thoroughly evangelical Statement of Faith for the 21st century which will remain absolutely faithful to Scripture and to the theological traditions affirmed in the confessional documents listed under "The Formal Doctrinal Basis of the World Reformed Fellowship" while, at the same time, bringing those central theological truths to bear directly on such modern issues as secularism, poverty, globalization, the challenge of Islam and other non-Christian religious traditions, and various forms of abuse in the contemporary world. This Statement of Faith will be presented for consideration to the 2010 WRF General Assembly. 
  • The Commission on Missions and Evangelism is chaired by Dr. Rob Norris, Senior Pastor of Fourth Presbyterian Church in Bethesda, Maryland, and by Dr. Tito Lajara, Executive Director of Evangelism Explosion for Latin America.. This Commission is working to develop a strong and effective network of evangelical Reformed missionaries and evangelists around the world. Initially, this network will be web-based and the WRF is building an entirely new and password-protected website which will allow such missionaries and evangelists to train and assist and encourage one another in the work of spreading the Gospel worldwide. 

The Regional Boards of the World Reformed Fellowship