Tag Archives: worldview

Communities That Fail/Thrive

Session #12 on Sunday, October 28, 2012

Bro. Chester Weaver of LaGrange, IN

What I have to share…. is not so much doctrinal teaching, but a story; various stories. …I will attempt to showcase, in a big picture way, various communities that have both failed in some cases and thrived in other cases. And I’m not going to limit myself just to the Anabaptist story.

The Ukrainian “Amish” & Their Worldview – Ed Kline

Session #9 on Saturday, March 13, 2010

Bro. Ed Kline of Berlin, OH

I’ll tell you a story. It’s the story of a group of believers that were discovered in southern Ukraine the last couple years. I’d like to speak about their beliefs and what we might learn from them, but in order to do that I need to tell you a little bit about their past.

Toward a Conservative Anabaptist Worldview – Ed Kline

Session #3 on Saturday, March 13, 2010

Bro. Edward Kline of Berlin, OH

A worldview is our philosophy of life. The underlying mentality, the underlying thinking, that determines how we live, that determines how we respond to life’s situations. It determines our thinking; it determines our direction.