Today’s Photo Friday installment considers some early images of the Chino Brethren in Christ Church, a 100-year-old congregation in Southern California’s Inland Empire region.
More about Dwight D. Eisenhower’s childhood in the River Brethren community of central Kansas.
Today’s Photo Friday installment celebrates the centennial anniversary of Westside Christian Community (formerly Beulah Chapel Brethren in Christ Church) in Springfield, Ohio.
Today’s Photo Friday installment unearths a relic for all those interested in Dwight D. Eisenhower’s connection to the Brethren in Christ Church: the slate roster used to record his attendance at Abilene Brethren in Christ Church’s 1904 Sunday school classes.
Today’s Photo Friday installment highlights an important event in the life of the Valley Chapel Church in North Canton, Ohio: the groundbreaking for a new Sunday school building.
In honor of my recent move to the City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection, here’s a photo post showing scenes from the Brethren in Christ Church’s long-standing Philadelphia Mission.
Today’s Photo Friday topic: Sunday school at the Valley Chapel Brethren in Christ Church in East Canton, Ohio.
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.
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 celebrates nineteenth-century church leader Asa Bears: not for his pioneering efforts to promote Sunday school among the Canadian church, but for his revolutionary push for biblical gender equality.
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.