Weeding an onion patch, facing an armed witch doctor, traveling the road-less savannas of central Africa were events in the dramatic life of Estella Myers. Miss Myers was a remarkable woman – not only because of her unusual life and... [Read More]
Weeding an onion patch, facing an armed witch doctor, traveling the road-less savannas of central Africa were events in the dramatic life of Estella Myers. Miss Myers was a remarkable woman – not only because of her unusual life and her many achievements, but also because the incidents of her story remind us that God can work wonders through one unpretentious life.
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Ruth Snyder Ruth Snyder was born on Sept. 8, 1921 in Pennsylvania of Brethren background. She was a graduate of Ashland College and Grace Theological Seminary (M. Div.). Snyder was a missionary... More »
The men and women portrayed in this second volume of the Heroes Who Live On series have all made a lasting impression on the written and developmental history of the Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches. Featured in this volume are... [Read More]
What is the difference between an ordinance and a sacrament? In the minds of average Christians, they seem to be clear and well-defined. But when pressed to actually define the terms, it is not a task that is easily undertaken.... [Read More]
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