June 8, 2017

June 3, 2017

  • NEWS 1) Most of the Chibok girls released in May were prayed for by Church of the Brethren congregations 2) Nigeria Crisis Response shares updates on its relief work 3) Bethany Seminary and EYN form educational partnership 4) EYN general secretary is first to receive doctorate from Bossey Ecumenical Institute 5) Vigil against hate draws hundreds in Ambler UPCOMING EVENTS 6) Two ‘Crucible Webinars’ are offered this summer REFLECTIONS 7) Moderator’s Bible study for June focuses on the ‘chosen...
  • Sixty of the Chibok girls who were released in a prisoner swap in early May were among those who have been held in prayer by Church of the Brethren congregations since 2014. Each of those congregations has received a letter from the Church of the Brethren.
  • In this issue: Personnel notes, job openings, Listening Sessions in Northern Ohio District, Ministry Summer Service orientation begins, Children’s Disaster Services wraps up in Missouri, prayer requested for workcamp in Nepal, webinar organized by the Christian Peace Circle, Deacon Workshop presented at Chambersburg Church, “A Biblical Basis for Befriending Foreigners” offered at Bethany Seminary, and more news by, for, and about Brethren.
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