The Winter issue of the Free Methodist Historical Society Newsletter focuses on FM history and family ties. The main feature, by Harry Bonney, tells the remarkable story of Wessington Springs College, which touched the lives of so many Free Methodists. You will enjoy it—and perhaps be inspired to share your own story with the larger […]
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The Summer 2014 issue of the Free Methodist Historical Society Newsletter is now available. This issue is a tribute to 61 years of Free Methodist Bible quizzing. Rev. Mike Hopper and Rev. Vaughn Robart share their personal involvement with quizzing. You won’t want to miss reading about the newest items donated to the Historical Center […]
The new issue of the Free Methodist Historical Society Newsletter is attached. You’ll enjoy the feature article “More Radical Than First Wave Feminism?” by Benjamin Wayman, comments from our new editor, Christy Mesaros-Winckles, a book review of John F. Hay Jr.’s new ebook and more. Feel free to share this with your friends and family. […]
The most recent issue of the Free Methodist Historical Society Newsletter is here- You may enjoy reading and responding to the article “Reinventing Connectionalism”. Note especially the fascinating article by Dr. Donald Joy about “Growing Up in the Dust Bowl”. Also the book review includes Rekindled: Rising from the Ashes of Burnout by Dr. Donald […]
The current issue of the Free Methodist Historical Society Newsletter features the following articles: “Singing Our Living History: Male Quartet Convention” “The Story of John Wesley Seminary Foundation” by Dr. Donald Demaray plus more! Click the link to read- MMHC_Summer-Fall2013_web
The Spring issue of the Historical Society’s Newsletter is here. Included are articles about the new renovations being made at the Marston Memorial Historical Center; Mother Martha Lee, a Free Methodist who ran a rescue mission in Omaha, Nebraska; and a book review of PK: A Preacher Kid Comes of Age During the Great Depression and […]
Winter 2013 Newsletter The Winter 2013 Free Methodist Historical Society Newsletter has arrived. Included within is information about the upcoming Quartet convention in May 2013, an article about free pews in a Catholic-Anglican church in England, and a report on the Historical Committee’s meeting in October.
Read about Free Methodism’s Growing Online Community, the Robb Historical Centre near Thamesford, Ontario, a review of Jason Vickers’ Minding the Good Ground: A Theology for Church Renewal and more. FMHS Newsletter Summer/Fall 2012
Free Methodist Historical Society Newsletter Spring 2012 In this issue you’ll have opportunity to read about our new digital librarian, and remember along with us the Free Methodist Male Quartets. G. Herbert Livingston’s Walking Through Life Together- A Livingston Family Memoirs is featured in the book review section. We are sure you […]
This edition of the Newsletter features news about the expansion of the Marston Memorial Historical Center, a story about Clara Wetherald by Christy Mesaros-Winckles, a book review by Howard Snyder and more. Use the links below to read the articles online, or download a PDF. Table of Contents Marston Historical Center Considers Options for Expanding […]
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- New Issue of FM Historical Society NewsletterThe Winter issue of the Free Methodist Historical Society Newsletter focuses on FM history and family ties. The main feature, by Harry Bonney, tells the remarkable story of Wessington Springs College, which touched the lives of so many Free Methodists. You will enjoy it—and perhaps be inspired to share your own story with the larger […]