People

Stories of BIC people

Multiplying sites for life change

Multiplying sites for life change

One pastor reaches people around the world through his blog. Read more »

Equipping leaders for transformation

Equipping leaders for transformation

180 BIC leaders and spouses receive encouragement and training at Ministry Enrichment Retreat Read more »

Barbara Tedford

Barbara Tedford

by Dorcas Lady Good · She doesn’t attend a BIC church or come from a BIC home. But as a resident of Upland (Calif.) Manor, a BIC-sponsored retirement community, she is part of a diverse and growing network of people being reached by our shared ministries. Barbara Tedford will now take your questions. Read more »

Overcoming obstacles, fulfilling needs

by Dori (Steckbeck) Landis · How one turn-of-the-century single mom provided for her family and her community in the midst of the Great Depression Read more »

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Learning to be

by Dan & Julie Weatherford · In the hustle and bustle of Southern California, one couple is growing intentional about rejecting busyness and excess in order to make space for God Read more »

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The stove project

by Wayne Ridgeway · After losing his job, Wayne found it necessary to live more simply, which enabled him to cook up new ways to serve others. Read more »

The value of small

by E. Morris Sider · Experiencing the upsides of residing in close quarters Read more »

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In plenty or in want

by Perry Engle · I've determined that my commitment to a simple lifestyle has a lot more to do with the state of my heart than with the kind of car I’m driving. Read more »

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Bonnie Yoder

Bonnie Yoder

She grew up in a household that valued simplicity, but she never imagined that one day she would rely on the generosity of others to meet her and her family’s daily needs. Bonnie Yoder is ready for your questions. Read more »

The end of AIDS?

by Kristine N. Frey · A Brethren in Christ doctor in Macha, Zambia, envisions a future free of HIV/AIDS, and he thinks he and his colleagues have a way to make it happen. That’s because they’ve done it before—with malaria. Read more »

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