Welcome To BrethrenOnline.org!

In the 1820's, a small group of Christians met in an attempt to return to New Testament simplicity. They took as their guide, not the creeds and religious traditions of the denominations around them, but rather the Bible. Through many growing pains and some setbacks, their spiritual example is alive and growing today. These Christians have been called by many names - Plymouth Brethren being sometimes used. But their true allegiance remains the Lord Jesus Christ, and they seek happy fellowship with all Christian believers who love the Lord and seek to follow His word.

Last Updated February 19, 2007.

Updates

2007.02.19 - Curriculum

Added some free curriculum materials on the Homeschool page.


2007.02.09 - New Look

For a number of years I've been letting this site run itself, but now it's time for a new more polished look. I also hope to be more diligent about providing good and helpful content.


2007.02.09 - Homeschool

Homeschooling children is not a "Brethren" distinctive, but it's something I'm interested in. So I've included a section intended to encourage homeschooling and strong families.




About This Site

This website exists to remind Christians everywhere of the importance of following the New Testament pattern for the church. This is not to say "Brethren" churches are better than other churches, or that every "Brethren" church is a good and healthy example. But as Christians we must acknowledge that the Bible makes definitive statements about how the church is to function, what we are to do and how we are to be led. Obeying these principles is an important part in having a healthy and obedient local church.

Contact Us

This website is one of the better known among the "Brethren". As such I can't respond to all the email this website generates. If you would like to contact me, please click here, read the page that appears and then decide if you want to send me an email. Thanks for understanding.

Note: Christians may have disagreements among ourselves about some Christian practices but we are in agreement about the most important thing; salvation by grace through faith in Jesus Christ. If you do not have that personal faith in Christ, please click here for materials which will explain the way of salvation more fully.

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