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These are the tasks of Brethren Press, tasks that are carried out through curriculum for all ages, hymnals, books, Bible study resources, Sunday bulletins and other church supplies, music and videos, and the Yearbook. All of these are available at our online store.
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News about Brethren Press
New resources include summer Guide for Biblical Studies, curriculum guide for ‘Seagoing Cowboy’
(May 14, 2016)
New resources from Brethren Press include a summer quarter of A Guide for Biblical Studies--the Bible study curriculum for adult Christian education--on the theme “Toward a New Creation,” and a new curriculum guide for the illustrated children’s book “The Seagoing Cowboy.”
Daggett hired as project director for Shine, following Stutzman retirement
(May 14, 2016)
Joan Daggett of Bridgewater, Va., has accepted the position of project director for Shine: Living in God’s Light, the children’s Sunday school curriculum produced by Brethren Press and MennoMedia.
Children’s book tells about seagoing cowboys who delivered livestock--and hope
(February 5, 2016)
Beginning in 1945, while Europe struggled with the desolation left by years of war, more than 7,000 men and boys traveled by ship on missions of mercy. They were seagoing cowboys--farmhands and folks from all walks of life: teachers, students, bankers, preachers, carpenters--who were recruited to care for the thousands of horses and heifers sent for reparations.