Reformed Faith & Life is an international radio broadcast ministry that focuses on bringing the Gospel of Christ from a Reformed perspective to listeners around the world.
We help to fund broadcasts of the gospel by radio, as well as the production of sound Reformed theological literature:
This Armenian ministry was founded in 1989 by the late Rev. Aaron Kayayan, a one time radio minister of the Back to God Hour. He sought a way to proclaim the gospel to his homeland of Armenia – the airways was an open door. Many solidly reformed theological books have been and continue to be translated into the Armenian language, as well as conferences held for pastors – there is a real hunger for the gospel.
The French-language broadcasts are produced in the Loire Valley region of France by Rev. Eric Kayayan (son of Aaron), a minister of the Reformed Churches of South Africa. Eric and his wife have relocated the base of this ministry to his homeland of France from his previous location in Pretoria, South Africa. The French-language broadcasts have continued to be created and sent over the airwave. As Eric further develops the ministry in France, he hopes to establish a small Reformed Faith and Life centre to produce our own video and audio recordings, as well as to hold small training seminars to equip European Christians active in various ministries.
Radio broadcasting continues to be a relatively inexpensive, and yet a very effective means to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ. Radio broadcasts can reach into areas where the Christian faith is outlawed. People who cannot read and write can still be evangelized by means of radio.
There are currently eight board members of RFL - Canada; seven belong to the United or Canadian Reformed churches in the Hamilton/Niagara area and one is a member of the URC in Lethbridge, Alberta. The work is overseen by the consistory of Zion United Reformed Church of Sheffield and the Board of RFL- Canada work closely with the Reformed Faith and Life board in the United States.
RFL-Canada is supported by donations from Reformed churches and individual donors. Donations are eligible for tax receipts.
We urge you to consider supporting the work of RFL-Canada by holding regular offerings in your worship services, and by promoting this work by distributing our newsletters to your members.