On the eve of the 2014 General Conference of the Brethren in Christ (U.S.) gathering in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, today’s Photo Friday showcases an image of the last General Conference held in Lancaster County.
Join the Brethren in Christ Historical Society as we ask, “Does History Matter?” on Facebook and Twitter throughout the Brethren in Christ’s 2014 General Conference.
A few Brethren in Christ-related links that caught my attention over the past weeks.
In September 2014, the Brethren in Christ Historical Society will publish a new book of Brethren in Christ biographies. This post — the third in a series — focuses on author Annaruth Osborne and explores her writing about one of…read more
Check out the spring 2014 issue of the Brethren in Christ Historical Society newsletter, now online!
Check out the fall 2013 issue of the Brethren in Christ Historical Society newsletter, now online!
What are your favorite articles in this most recent issue of the “Brethren in Christ History and Life” journal?
Today’s Photo Friday installment tells the story of Jacob T. Ginder, conservative Brethren in Christ church leader, and his response to major changes in the culture of the Brethren in Christ Church.
Today’s Photo Friday installment celebrates what I like to call a “remarkably unremarkable” General Conference: the 1911 gathering at the Highland church in southern Ohio.
Today’s Photo Friday showcases the “identity crisis” within the Brethren in Christ Church during the middle decades of the twentieth century.
As General Conference 2010 convenes in Grantham, Pa., today’s Photo Friday installment highlights everybody’s favorite Conference event: Bible quizzing!
Today’s Photo Friday installment sketches the origins of the Brethren in Christ Church’s denominational radio broadcast, “Gems of Grace.”
Our series on pioneering women leaders continues today with the story of Rhoda E. Lee, a charismatic Kansas woman with a passion for evangelism.