A while back I said the following in a comment:
I should stress that the commonalities between Dutch Reformed, Presbyterian, and Baptists of the Puritan or “Root and Branch Reformation” type far, far, outweigh the differences. The differences between say A’Brakel and Watson are so small as to be almost insignificant. That’s why on the Blog I’m comfortable quoting Baptists like Broadus and Spurgeon or Dutch Reformed like Bavinck. Many of our readers are URCNA, Reformed Baptist and so on, and my favorite conference of the year (the Banner of Truth Minister’s conference) has that central unifying theme of Puritan experimental Calvinism that brings all of these movements together. I dare say as an Old School Presbyterian I have FAR more in common with say a conservative from the URCNA than an Anglo-Catholic or Emerging “Presbyterian” from my own denomination.
and because of that I was highly encouraged to see that our Reformed brothers in the URCNA have started blogs dedicated to planting the continental equivalents of OSP churches. For instance Kevin Efflandt’s “Planting Confessional Churches” site . Along those lines I would also recommend URCNA Pastor Mike Brown’s recent article on rethinking the purpose of the “Cry Room.”
May their tribe increase!