Tag Archives: Anabaptist history

The Early Anabaptists and the Two Testaments

AIC 2016 | Session #1, Thursday, March 10
By: Bro. Edsel Burdge from Carlisle, PA

Strange Bedfellows – Part 2

AIC 2014 | Session #17, Saturday, February 15, 2014

Bro. Chester Weaver

The Russian Mennonite Story – Part 2

AIC 2014 | Session #14, Saturday, February 15, 2014

Bro. Chester Weaver

The Russian Mennonite Story – Part 1

AIC 2014 | Session #11, Saturday, February 15, 2014

Bro. Chester Weaver

Warning: An Honest Assessment

Session #14 on Sunday, October 28, 2012

Bro. Dean Taylor of Mountain Lake, MN

Some of the things I will be talking about tonight are not very flattering in our Anabaptist history. …..I would like to look at some of these things in history, and some of them in recent history like the 1950s and 60s; and then I would like for us, instead of patting ourselves on the back and saying “them”…, I would like for us to look at ourselves. Because it is my belief that we are repeating a lot of the same patterns.

An Anabaptist Concept of the Holy Spirit

Session #10 on Sunday, October 28, 2012

Bro. John D Martin of Chambersburg, PA

This is a very important subject because at various times in our history, people have grabbed a hold of concepts of God’s work in their life that have basically not turned out what they thought it was going to be.

Encountering the Living Christ Yesterday – Dean Taylor

Session #5 on Saturday, November 19, 2011

Bro. Dean Taylor of Epharta, PA

The essence of what I would like to look at today, is looking at yesterday’s saints and the essence of yesterday’s saints, and then challenging us today with that message and what really made them tick.

Martyr’s Mirror Engravings – Amos Hoover

Session #3 on Saturday, November 19, 2011

Bro. Amos Hoover of Ephrata, PA

We think of the blood of the martyrs as the seed of the church and the early sacrifices that some of our ancestors have made really do ring out loud. And then when we think of copper plates; maybe I should explain a little bit what it is…and also my experience in helping to find or rediscover some of the plates.