Here are a few Brethren in Christ-related links that caught my attention over the past weeks!
A quote to make you think, courtesy of sixteenth-century Anabaptist leader Menno Simons.
A quote to inspire you, courtesy of eighteenth-century Christian theologian John Wesley.
A quote to make you think, courtesy of nineteenth-century Brethren in Christ churchman T. Avery Long.
Today’s Photo Friday installment showcases the Samuel Rogers Smith home in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania — the first campus of present-day Messiah College.
The retirement community, initially chartered as a home for older adults and children, marks “a major milestone” in its history.
A quote to brighten your morning, courtesy of twentieth-century Brethren in Christ church leader John E. Zercher.
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.
Today’s Photo Friday installment highlights the Jabbok Faith Orphanage and Missionary Training Home (later Jabbok Bible School), an institution run by the Brethren in Christ during the first half of the twentieth century.
A quote to brighten your morning, courtesy of Brethren in Christ missionary and pioneering woman church leader Sarah H. Bert.
Today’s Photo Friday installment focuses on the Mt. Carmel Faith Orphanage in Whiteside County, Illinois, one of the benevolent institutions established by the Brethren in Christ in the early years of the twentieth century.
Today’s Photo Friday installment celebrates the 38th birthday of Upland Manor, a Brethren in Christ retirement community in Southern California.
We wrap up (for now!) our series on “Women as Pastors” with a profile of Sarah H. Bert, who served at the denomination’s Chicago Mission for more than fifty years.
Good Friday’s installment of our Photo Friday feature showcases the Messiah Rescue and Benevolence Home, an institution launched by the church to reach “the needy, aged, feeble, and friendless.”