A quote to make you think, courtesy of twentieth-century Brethren in Christ church leader Owen H. Alderfer.
A few words and a photo on the early Brethren in Christ mission work in Cuba.
Today’s Photo Friday observes the 45th anniversary of The Gospel Tide Radio Hour, an innovative, high-tech evangelistic endeavor launched by the then-plain Brethren in Christ in the 1940s.
Today’s Photo Friday installment celebrates the centennial anniversary of Westside Christian Community (formerly Beulah Chapel Brethren in Christ Church) in Springfield, Ohio.
Today’s Photo Friday highlights the work of Benjamin Mirandi, an early native leader of the Brethren in Christ Church in India.
Bert Sherk, a Canadian bishop and popular evangelist in the early twentieth century, is the subject of today’s Photo Friday installment.
Today’s Photo Friday celebrates the Brethren in Christ involvement in city missions with a focus on the Life Line Gospel Mission, an urban mission station established in San Francisco, California, a century ago.
Church historian E. Morris Sider describes a mid-century meeting of Brethren in Christ leaders that served as “a catalyst for change” in the conservative fellowship.
In honor of my recent move to the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection, here’s a photo post showing scenes from the Brethren in Christ Church’s long-standing Philadelphia Mission.
Today’s Photo Friday installment shows a day in the life of Dr. Alvan Thuma, the first medical missionary sent out under the auspices of Brethren in Christ World Missions.