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Should Christians Get Involved in Civil Government? Article 7

| April 10, 2024 | 0 Comments

Today we are publishing the seventh article supporting the historic faith position of Christians not becoming involved in civil government and in self-defense. Linked/attached you will find the next article in this series. A-Question-of-Power-Dan-Ziegler Attached Files A-Question-of-Power-Dan-Ziegler-1.pdf

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Should Christians Get Involved In Civil Government? Article 6

| April 3, 2024 | 0 Comments

Today we are publishing the sixth article supporting the historic faith position of Christians not becoming involved in civil government and in self-defense. Linked/attached you will find the next article in this series. Beware of Leaven by DT _____________________________________________ Mennonite Nazi Story has been compiled to be a resource book for those who desire to […]

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Should Christians Get Involved In Civil Government? Article 5

| March 27, 2024 | 0 Comments

Today we are publishing the fifth article supporting the historic faith position of Christians not becoming involved in civil government and in self-defense. Linked/attached you will find the next article in this series. Mennonite-Nazis-by-DT Attached Files Mennonite-Nazis-by-DT-1.pdf

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Should Christians Get Involved In Civil Government? Article 4

| March 20, 2024 | 0 Comments

Today we are publishing the fourth article supporting the historic faith position of Christians not becoming involved in civil government and in self-defense. Linked/attached you will find the next article in this series. “Heil Hitler” by Alvin Hoover Attached Files Heil-Hitler-by-AH-1.pdf

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Should Christians Get Involved in Civil Government? Article 3

| March 6, 2024 | 0 Comments

This is the third article that supports the historic faith position of Christians not becoming involved in civil government and in self-defense. Linked / Attached you will find the next article in this series. Attached Files Where-is-our-Citizenship-Ray-Miller.pdf

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Should Christians Get Involved in Civil Government? Article 2

| February 28, 2024 | 0 Comments

As was mentioned a couple weeks ago, in the coming months we plan to publish articles that support the historic faith position of Christians not becoming involved in civil government and in self-defense. Linked below / Attached you will find the next article in this series. “What Jesus Refused To Do” By Gary Miller Attached […]

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Anabaptist History Course 2024

| February 22, 2024 | 0 Comments

Are you interested in Anabaptist history? Here is an opportunity to learn more. During 2024, Edsel Burdge, Jr., will be teaching a ten-session course on the sixteenth and seventeenth century Believer-Baptizers (often referred to as Anabaptists). The classes will run once a month from February to November at Shippensburg Christian Fellowship. The format will be […]

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Should Christians Get Involved In Civil Government? Article 1

| February 14, 2024 | 0 Comments

Dear Subscribers, 2024 is an election year and, as usual, the pressure is on for Christians to go to the polls and vote. Historically, Anabaptists and similar groups have concluded that Christians should not be involved in civil politics. Recently an Amish minister was talking with one of our subscribers and he wept as he […]

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Afghanistan: The Story of a Broken People

| January 11, 2024 | 0 Comments

Attached/linked is an article by Mike Atnip highlighting parts of Afghanistan’s recent history. This nation, which has had war fought on its soil for most of the last 50 years, is filled with people in desperate need. We hope this article will spur you to prayer for this country suffering from years of political upheaval […]

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Rohingya Refugees and Sponsorship Opportunities

| December 30, 2023 | 0 Comments

In 2017, Plain News reported on a massive genocide that was occurring in Myanmar. The Myanmar military swept through Rohingya villages killing and destroying both people and property. Many villages were burned and approximately 800,000 Rohingya people fled Myanmar and headed to Bangladesh. Attached is an article by Mike Atnip from 2017 and an article […]

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