The CRCNA has advocated on behalf of the Cuban Christian Reformed Church for over a decade to end the U.S.'s embargo of Cuba. Our denomination has a strong relationship with the Cuban CRC, which has continued to grow and flourish despite restrictions on civil society and religious freedom by the Castro Regime.
The CRCNA advocates to end the U.S.'s embargo of Cuba, because it hurts our ministry in that country. The U.S. government restricts the ability its citizens to fulfill the great commission of Matthew 28 by denying them the freedom to visit and give financial support to Cuban churches. The embargo also hurts the people of the Cuban CRC, and they have urged us to advocate for reform. Read on »
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