An exposition of the doctrines of the Bible as believed and practiced by the Church of God in Christ, Mennonite. It clearly explains all the major tenets of our faith, and refers often to the Scriptures and other historical doctrinal … Read More
Cornelius J. Dyck. This third edition, revised in 1993, is a history of the descendants of the Anabaptists found in the Mennonite and Dutch groups. Introduces the reader to the developments from the sixteenth century to the present. This book … Read More
Abridgment by John Horsch; biography by Harold S. Bender. This is a reprint of the 1936 book, written for the 400-year observance of Menno Simons’ conversion from Catholicism. The first half is the biography; excerpts from his writings follow. 112 … Read More
A book written for ministers and deacons to encourage faithfulness in preaching the Word and in church housekeeping. Fifteen chapters cover pulpit manners, proving applicants for baptism, visiting the sick, the deacon’s work, and more. 132 pages; paper; Gospel Publishers.
Ben Giesbrecht. This history of the church is readable and comprehensive. It tells the story of the people who truly have sought to follow Christ and His teachings from the days of the early church to our time. The four … Read More
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
This booklet contains a transcript of the speakers’ comments at the special commemoration service held prior to the 2009 Annual Meeting. Valuable from both a historical and inspirational perspective, this booklet will be of interest to many. 32 pages; paper; … Read More