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.
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
John Holdeman. An explanation of how the true Church of God is discerned and known. He also writes of his call and work, and of the formation of the Church of God in Christ, Mennonite. Includes an index and a … Read More
(The Christian Home) Scriptural teaching on home life and the nurture of children. Written as an aid to parents who want to bring their children to mature life in favor with God and man. Topics covered are the home, the … Read More
Ben Giesbrecht. A book describing the lineage of the Church of God in Christ, Mennonite, from the time of Christ and the apostles to the present. Many quotations from other writers are used to establish the teachings, holy lives, and martyrdom of the believers … Read More