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Tag Archives: General Conference
Today’s Photo Friday showcases the “identity crisis” within the Brethren in Christ Church during the middle decades of the twentieth century.
Having failed to provide day-to-day coverage of General Conference 2010, I offer this photo-filled retrospective wrap-up. Continue reading
As General Conference 2010 convenes in Grantham, Pa., today’s Photo Friday installment highlights everybody’s favorite Conference event: Bible quizzing! Continue reading
Stay tuned to “the search for piety and obedience” for coverage of various history-related aspects of General Conference 2010. Continue reading
As General Conference 2010 gets underway in Grantham, Pa., later this week, we look back at previous gatherings of the Brethren in Christ Church with this photo retrospective. Continue reading
Today’s Photo Friday installment sketches the origins of the Brethren in Christ Church’s denominational radio broadcast, “Gems of Grace.” Continue reading
A story from the history of the Canadian Brethren in Christ Church highlights the power of our denominational name, and the potential divisiveness of changing it. Continue reading