Fall Membership Drive

There’s a lot going on at the search for piety and obedience, and we want you to get involved! Here are a few ways you can do that:

  • Subscribe (using the form at the top of the right-hand column) to receive e-mail updates about new posts. (After signing up, you should get a confirmation e-mail acknowledging your subscription.)
  • Join the search for piety and obedience Facebook fan page by clicking on the Facebook icon on the right-hand column.
  • Take part in our weekly Photo Friday feature by sending in a photograph (or two, or three) of some aspect of Brethren in Christ life.
  • Consider contributing to the blog. If you’re researching some aspect of Brethren in Christ history or reading a history-related book that you’d like to review, let me know and we’ll try to get your work on the blog!
  • What are your favorite books by or about the Brethren in Christ? Share them by contributing to our “Three BIC Books…” feature. Write me an e-mail or leave a comment to let me know your interested.

As always, thanks for reading the search for piety and obedience! Here’s to a great fall reading and learning together.

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About Devin Manzullo-Thomas

Father to Lucas. Husband to Katie. Prof and administrator at Messiah College. PhD student at Temple University. Member of Grantham BIC.
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One Response to Fall Membership Drive

  1. Devin,

    As you may guess I’m “up” for all of it! I’ve checked off the first two items.

    Would you have interest in pictures from the Christian Scholar Series at Elizabethtown Brethren in Christ, http://www.etownbic.org/christianscholar? How about a report on some of the speakers hosted by Elizabethtown College’s Young Center for Anabaptist and Pietist Studies, http://www.etown.edu/YoungCenter.aspx?topic=Events.*

    I can write a “three books post” by year end. Please pass along a deadline. I’ll encourage some others to contribute 😉

    In Christ, Tom

    *Note: Last night I heard Katherine Carté Engel present on “German Pietists in a British Atlantic World.” Lord willing, I’ll hear Donald Kraybill share “Amish Spirituality: Patient Faith in a Perilous World” (November 16). I could combine an “event report” with a “book review” (or do a 2 part post) as I have Engle’s and Kraybill’s new books on my “to read shelf.” Would love to have others from the Brethren in Christ informed about/participating in some of these stimulating lectures.

    BTW, I had opportunity to chat with Katherine for an extended time. We discussed “God in America,” why many radical communities fade after the first generation (e.g., Christian Colleges, Ephrata Cloister, Moravians), and my family’s Moravian roots. I’d recommend you make a connection with her. I think that you’d find her insights/research of great interest.

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