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Tag Archives: Memory
Today’s Photo Friday post explores the importance of memory — and the 115th anniversary of Messiah Village! Continue reading
Today’s Photo Friday installment celebrates the commitment to community evidenced by former members of the Dallas Center Brethren in Christ Church in Iowa.
An invitation for readers to share their stories about peacemaking initiatives at Messiah and Upland Colleges. Continue reading
An interview with former missionary Martha Lady offers insight into the way Brethren in Christ workers thought about those whom they served. 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
Some thoughts on the August 2010 issue of “Brethren in Christ History and Life.” Continue reading
Today’s Photo Friday turns our attention once again to a familiar theme: weddings. Continue reading
On the anniversary of his unexpected passing, we remember the significant contributions that Carlton O. Wittlinger made to the study of the Brethren in Christ Church. Continue reading
Not sure what these three things have in common? They were all part of an usual event held on the campus of Messiah Bible College in 1942. Continue reading