To Our Core

Reflecting on the central values of the BIC Church

Called to suffer and not to fight

by Harriet Bicksler · Recognizing that God created each person in His image, we reject violence in all its forms. But we also reject the conclusion that peacemaking is passive. Read more »

Reading God’s restoration plan

by Alan Robinson · Read more »

Turning toward abundance

by Rebekah Burch Basinger · Read more »

A higher commitment

by Ronald J. Sider · If we’re going to be Christians in politics, Jesus must be Lord—not instant effectiveness, not what the world thinks is right. Read more »

Witnessing begins where we stand

by Craig E. Sider · Witnessing begins at home, but moves continually outward to all nations. Read more »

Salvation and the restaurant

by Lynn Thrush · The Brethren in Christ Church, along with many other churches, is in these days describing salvation more broadly than as primarily an assent to the question “Will you receive Jesus Christ into your life so that you can go to heaven?” Read more »

Following Jesus

by Harvey Sider · As we live in the Spirit and cultivate communication with the Lord, we can rest assured that our every step will be directed by God. To be genuine disciples, we must give wholehearted obedience to Jesus Christ. Read more »