Selected articles and online-only features from the Church of the Brethren’s official magazine
It was just a basin and a towel. Or was it?
One hundred years ago, on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, a peace accord was signed in Paris to end World War I. Armistice Day signifies...
An interview with Dotti Seitz
In a few hours we might have nearly 80 children to care for! We got busy...
They come through a glass door. Some are holding the hand of a father, mother, an older sibling, unsure how to respond to the cheering of those inside this...
Her basketball team was chosen to represent the state of Indiana at the USA Special Olympics. What happened over the next 14 months was amazing.
As we passed the tubs of concrete along the bucket brigade, our Burundian colleagues began to sing
He’s 98 and managed to shave a minute off his time
Not allowed: oaths, picnics, secret societies, life insurance, sleigh bells...
You are invited to bring your deepest fears, your most profound questions, and even your outrageous, occasionally terrifying emotions
Name them. Nurture them
I watched my daughter being led away by a stranger
Christ has made another appearance among us
Every young girl or woman who hears the Spirit’s call to the set-apart ministry needs these things
A journey through three continents, many countries, and even an
island or two
The Church of the Brethren General Offices have been getting a lot of hometown love.
What might we find in the wilderness?
A good sermon moves us spiritually. A once-in-alifetime
sermon moves us across the country.
Images from the March for Our Lives in Washington, DC and Chicago.
Facebook knows what you searched for on the Internet, how long your phone conversations were, and what 10 albums changed your life. What about the Church...