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Fall 2017 Newsletter

The Fall 2017 Newsletter was recently sent out. In it is an article describing the renovations being done to the Historical Center and the new resources that will be offered once they are completed. Included also is an article by Laura Chevalier about her recent trip to the Historical Center to conduct research for her […]

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Spring-Summer 2017 Newsletter

The Spring-Summer edition of the Free Methodist Historical Society Newsletter is now out. It contains an article by Paul Tippey about the importance of Holiness theology. It also has the first in a series of articles about Free Methodist history in relation to contemporary publications. The article is by Matthew Nelson Hill and is about […]

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Summer 2016 Historical Society Newsletter

The Summer edition of the Historical Society Newsletter is now out. You can read about the history of the Marston Memorial Historical Center and Free Methodism’s place in the abolitionist movement during the 19th Century. Also included is a review of Dr. Geordan Hammond’s book John Wesley in America: Restoring Primitive Christianity. This book discusses […]

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Spring 2016 Historical Society Newsletter

You can now read the Spring 2016 edition of the Historical Society’s newsletter. There is a very interesting article about the Pentecost Band Work written by Vivian Dake for The Free Methodist in 1885. You can read updates on the activities taking place at the Historical Center and you will definitely enjoy Dr. Paul Patton’s […]

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Fall/Winter 2016 Historical Society Newsletter

The Fall/Winter 2016 issue of the Historical Society Newsletter has arrived. This issue commemorates Henry and Franklin Ashcraft, two pioneers in spreading Free Methodism to the West Coast in the second half of the 19th Century. They were also important figures in the founding of Greenville College and Seattle Pacific University. The main article was […]

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Summer 2015 Historical Society Newsletter

Check out the latest Historical Society Newsletter. In celebration of General Conference 2015 the Free Methodist Historical Society Newsletter has gone “retro” with articles from The Earnest Christian. You’ll be challenged by B.T. Roberts’ articles on “Simplicity” and “Camp Meetings” as well as being encouraged by early church members. Read it here.

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Spring 2015 Historical Society Newsletter

Check out the Spring 2015 edition of the Free Methodist Historical Society Newsletter. Editor, Christy Mesaros Winckles starts with “A Focus on Spiritual Freedom”. The feature article by Gregory Coates is about Adelia Arnold “Radically Embracing Racial Equality” with the book review of The Radical Wesley: The Patterns and Practices of a Movement Maker by […]

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New Issue of FM Historical Society Newsletter

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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Summer 2014 Newsletter

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 […]

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Spring 2014 Newsletter

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. […]

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