Learn more about the Carland-Zion Brethren in Christ Church in Michigan, poetically described as “the little white church at the crossroads.”
One historic Brethren in Christ meetinghouse offers a living reminder of a tense period of conflict and controversy in the church.
Today’s Photo Friday highlights the origins of the first Brethren in Christ congregation in the Pacific Northwest.
Today’s Photo Friday installment considers some early images of the Chino Brethren in Christ Church, a 100-year-old congregation in Southern California’s Inland Empire region.
In September 2014, the Brethren in Christ Historical Society will publish a new book of Brethren in Christ biographies. This post — the second in a series — focuses on author Beth Mark and explores her writing about one of…read more
In September 2014, the Brethren in Christ Historical Society will publish a new book of Brethren in Christ biographies. This post — the first in a series — explores the subjects of the book and the importance of biography in…read more
Introducing a new project on Anabaptism: the Bearing Witness Stories Project
Read the earliest Brethren in Christ/River Brethren confessions of faith, available now through the Brethren in Christ Historical Library and Archives digital collections.
Today’s Photo Friday considers one of the best-known Anabaptist martyr stories: that of Dirk Willems, a 16th-century Dutch Mennonite who was executed after rescuing his captor and torturer from certain death.
Learn how one Pennsylvania pastor’s wife embraced Evangelicalism and — as a result — abandoned plain dress.