In this January 2011 edition, you’ll hear about efforts to preserve create a digital archive of Brethren publications that date back to the mid 19th century. You’ll also hear music from a young worship pastor in Martinsburg, Pa., and an interview with an Indiana artist who is committed to giving one-fifth of what he earns so that people in Africa can have clean water.
Brethren Digital Archives
For more information, see Brethren Digital Archives.
Brethren Heritage Center is located at 428 Wolf Creek St., Suite No. H1, Brookville, OH 45309-1297, online at http://www.brethrenheritagecenter.org/, phone: 937-833-5222
Once completed, the Brethren Digital Archives will be available online at Internet Archive.
Beloved Son is used with permission of Jeremy Harkins.
Jeremy Harkins is the Director of Praise and Worship at the Grace Brethren Church, Martinsburg, Pa.
If you’d like a copy of Beloved Son, send Jeremy an email at the Martinsburg Grace Brethren Church.
Mud = Clean Water (Luke Wright and Mudlove Pottery)
A story about Luke and his desire to raise funds so people in the Central African Republic can have clean water appears in the Winter 2011 issue of FGBC World magazine.
Learn more about Integrated Community Development Ministries (ICDI).
News You Can Use
Ethnic Leaders’ Consultation, January 11-14, 2011, Tampa, Fla.
Fellowship Council, January 26-29, 2011, Simi Valley, Calif.
Southwest Focus Retreat, January 31-February 2, 2011, Lake Hughes, Calif.