Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches

The Fellowship of Grace Brethren Churches is a theologically conservative fellowship of Brethren churches descended from the Schwarzenau Brethren movement of Alexander Mack of Germany.

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Fellowship Of Grace Brethren Churches - Beliefs
... articles, adopted in 1969, are presented by the fellowship as their statement of faith on the following issues - the Bible, God, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit, Man ... The Grace Brethren at one time were considered to be more Calvinistic than the Ashland Brethren, but there is a growing cooperation emerging in recent years between the Grace and Ashland groups ... Grace Brethren International Missions, CE National, Brethren Missionary Herald Company and Women of Grace USA are ministries formed by the FGBC to help fulfill their mission of making Jesus known ...

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