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Tag Archives: Appearance & Dress
Today’s Photo Friday observes the 45th anniversary of The Gospel Tide Radio Hour, an innovative, high-tech evangelistic endeavor launched by the then-plain Brethren in Christ in the 1940s.
Today’s Photo Friday installment highlights one journalist’s description of Ontario Bible School — and the plain-clothed Brethren in Christ young people who study there.
I wish I knew exactly what was happening in today’s Photo Friday installment!
Today’s Photo Friday installment showcases the church of my youth, the Carlisle (Pa.) Brethren in Christ congregation, as it prepared for expansion.
An announcement about my master’s thesis, “Born-Again Brethren: New Evangelicalism and the Cultural Transformation of a ‘Plain People,’” and an invitation to participate in my research.