What was it like to be a Brethren in Christ student at Messiah College during the turbulent 1960s? Mary (Walters) Ebersole shares her experiences in an interview conducted as part of the College’s centennial celebrations.
Today’s Photo Friday topic: Sunday school at the Valley Chapel Brethren in Christ Church in East Canton, Ohio.
Despite its massive growth and academic maturation during its first one hundred years, Messiah College has remained the same in some important ways. We document a few of those here.
Today’s Photo Friday installment follows up on a previous post to tell yet another tale of two presidents: one of Messiah College, and the other of the United States.
Today’s Photo Friday installment showcases a unique method of evangelism employed by the Sunday school students at one Brethren in Christ congregation in the 1950s.
Today’s Photo Friday installment captures a moment in time for one missionary-in-training, during a summertime tent evangelism campaign organized and executed by students at Messiah Bible School and Missionary Training Home.
It’s the 150th birthday of pioneer missionary H. Frances Davidson, so let’s party!
Explore Upland College’s past (and present) with this series of contemporary and historical photos.
A recent essay about the Port Colborne Brethren in Christ Church provides insight into the outreach potential of early twentieth century Brethren in Christ Sunday schools.