Most readers know Ernest L. Boyer, Sr. as an educational pioneer, Messiah College supporter, and son of the Brethren in Christ Church. But did you also know that he briefly served as a missionary pastor in the 1950s?
Category: Photo Friday
Today’s Photo Friday excerpt focuses on Brethren in Christ Ronald J. Sider’s historic 1984 speech to Mennonite World Conference and his call to imagine an Anabaptist “alternative to the sword.”
Today’s Photo Friday takes a look at a pivotal moment in the history of Messiah College, a school started by the Brethren in Christ Church.
Today’s Photo Friday installment highlights a seminal event in Anabaptist history: a 1961 dialogue between Mennonite and Brethren in Christ leaders and Billy Graham.
Today’s Photo Friday recounts the early participation of the Brethren in Christ in Mennonite World Conference, a global fellowship of Anabaptist churches.
Today’s Photo Friday features one of the earliest images depicting Brethren in Christ cross-cultural missionary efforts — and some of the implicit Western cultural assumptions these pioneers carried with them in their work.
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.
The iconic landmark at the Grantham campus turns 40 this year.
Today’s Photo Friday features a lighthearted image from the educational ministry of Luke L. Keefer, Jr.
Today’s Photo Friday post focuses on the childhood of Luke Keefer Jr., a longtime Brethren in Christ church historian, theologian, and leader.
Learn more about Rachel Flowers, the first African American student to graduate from what is now Messiah College.
A brief overview of the history of Jabbok Bible School, the short-lived Brethren in Christ bible school in the Midwest.
Can anyone identify the Climenhaga family members depicted in this fascinating turn-of-the-century photo?
Today’s Photo Friday installment focuses on an important rite in the Brethren in Christ tradition: baptism.
Today’s Photo Friday installment features a memorable story from the history of the Carlisle Brethren in Christ Church.