Today’s Photo Friday depicts an understudied — yet vitally important — aspect of Brethren in Christ religious life in the 1960s and 1970s: the Church Growth movement.
My former student sharing her research on the history of the Brethren in Christ peace position yet again!
Answering a difficult question with Messiah College professor John Fea.
A new book on Billy Graham sheds light on a religious figure who decisively shaped American culture in the 20th century — as well as many religious communities, like the Brethren in Christ.
A quote to make you think, courtesy of 20th century Brethren in Christ theologian Luke L. Keefer Jr.
Today’s Photo Friday post offers a snapshot of an uncommon sight: megachurch-style worship at a gathering of Anabaptist-minded Christians from many denominations!
Today’s Photo Friday offers another preview of my forthcoming biography of Brethren in Christ theologian and church historian Luke L. Keefer Jr.
Make plans now to attend this year’s Brethren in Christ Study Conference, sponsored by the Sider Institute for Anabaptist, Pietist and Wesleyan Studies at Messiah College.
Danisa Ndlovu, the bishop of the Brethren in Christ Church in Zimbabwe, will retire from his post after serving three five-year terms.
Here’s a short introduction to Anabaptism, courtesy of Carlisle Brethren in Christ Church senior pastor Josh Crain.
A few Brethren in Christ-related links that caught my attention over the past weeks.
The event will feature the release of a new book of biographies of key Brethren in Christ leaders from the twentieth century.
That’s the question missiologist Daryl Climenhaga is trying to answer in a current research project. Follow his progress!
Today’s Photo Friday highlights the origins of the first Brethren in Christ congregation in the Pacific Northwest.
That’s the question to consider for the Brethren in Christ, whose musical style has transformed significantly in the last fifty years.