John Holdeman. A doctrinal exposition on Christian principles as taught in the Bible. These articles are richly permeated with Scripture quotations; truth is so clearly portrayed that it can be likened to looking into a mirror to differentiate between true and false teaching. An important … Read More
William Schroeder and Helmut T. Huebert. Contains 87 maps of the migration of Mennonites from Holland and the Low Countries to Russia, Poland, and the Ukraine; maps of the colonies in Russia; and the migrations following the world wars. Maps … Read More
George R. Brunk. The first three editions of this book appeared under the title Ready Scriptural Reasons. It covers 32 topics in question-and-answer form, such as becoming a Christian, ordinances, the devotional covering, marriage, nonconformity to the world, and more. 180 pages; paper; Sword and Trumpet.
Traces the history and lineage of the church from shortly after Pentecost until the present. Special emphasis is given to the growth and development of the Church of God in Christ, Mennonite. Illustrated, with maps and timelines. 136 pages; paper; Gospel Publishers.
Edited by J. C. Wenger. This volume contains all known writings of Menno Simons, including some not found in The Complete Works of Menno Simons. Translated by a language expert, with introductions by J. C. Wenger to each of Menno … Read More
A booklet containing concise explanations of 37 doctrines and principles of faith. Each article is substantiated with Scripture references. It is suitable for doctrine study and recommended to seekers of the truth, both at home and in missions. For more … Read More