Tag Archives: Education

Ernest L. Boyer on Martin Luther King Jr.’s Legacy

Read Dr. Ernest L. Boyer’s reflections on the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the civil rights leader whose memory was honored in the U.S. yesterday.
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Photo Friday: An “Educational Ministry” in the Midwest

A brief overview of the history of Jabbok Bible School, the short-lived Brethren in Christ bible school in the Midwest.
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AnaPieLeyans—Who in the World are the Brethren in Christ?

If you live in the Carlisle, Pa., area, consider attending tonight’s course on Brethren in Christ history and theology, taught by Dr. Terry Brensinger.
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Why Study Brethren in Christ History?

David E. Byer, a medical doctor with roots in the Brethren in Christ Church, reflects on his recent participation in a Brethren in Christ history seminar.
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Shaping Life and Work: Paul S. Boyer and the Brethren in Christ Church

American historian Paul S. Boyer reflects on his childhood in the Brethren in Christ Church and how it influenced his future vocation as a historian. Continue reading

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Ernest Boyer on Peace and Education

Ernest L. Boyer, Sr. — a son of the Brethren in Christ Church and an alumnus of Messiah College — shares his thoughts on the intersections of education and peace.
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Photo Friday: A “School of Brotherly Love”

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.
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