Ark Bible Chapel


Ark Bible Chapel
Ark Bible Chapel is listed in the Churches Mennonite category in Boyertown, Pennsylvania. Displayed below are the social networks for Ark Bible Chapel which include a Facebook page and a Google Plus page. The activity and popularity of Ark Bible Chapel on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 70.

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88 Woodchoppertown Rd
Boyertown, PA 19512
(610) 689-5862
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"In a 1708 letter urging organized support of the persecuted Swiss Anabaptists, Jan Freriksz from Deventer described the conditions that led Christian leaders to attack Anabaptist communities in Switzerland, threatening them with prison, deportation, and galley slavery. He writes that “as long as there are followers of hatred and as long as there is hatred, especially that which originates in pseudo-religion, there will be persecution: one time less, another time more.” Freriksz cited a proverb: “Theological hatred is satanic hatred.” The causes of persecution have not disappeared, nor have the needs of persecuted refugees that require the advocacy and generosity of the church."
Gerald J. Mast is Professor of Communication at Bluffton (Ohio) University. This piece originally appeared on his blog, Anabaptist Persuasion. On July 13, 1711, Christian Stutzman and Magdalena Stucki left their home in Bern, Switzerland to travel north down the Rhine River on a boat headed for the...

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ACC staff celebrating Merv's birth...season over lunch at Gracie's on West Main. Happy birthseason Merv!

“Mennonites should be the first to jump on something like the attempt to use nonviolence to achieve political objects of peace, of resisting occupation and violence, and resisting the kind of human rights violations that are taking place for the Palestinians,” he said.
Photo: Jonathan Kuttab speaks during a Gaza Webcast in 2014. Photo by Bud Korotzer/Creative Commons. For Jonathan Kuttab, a Palestinian Mennonite, peacemaking is more than a concept; it’s a way of life. As a human rights lawyer in Israel-Palestine and the United States, Kuttab knows the value of fin...

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Due to the overwhelming success of the Everence Pastoral Financial Assistance Program, Everence is announcing that its pastoral financial assistance grants for debt reduction and Mennonite Retirement Trust subsidies have been depleted. “It was an exciting and tremendously positive year, as we rolled...