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Tag Archives: Benevolence
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.
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. Continue reading
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. Continue reading